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Welcome to The Hebrew University The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, founded in 1918 and opened officially in 1925, is Israel’s premier university as well as it's leading research institution. The Hebrew University is ranked internationally among the 100 leading universities in the world and first among Israeli universities. The recognition the Hebrew University has attained confirms its reputation for excellence and its leading role in the scientific community. It stresses e… [+] xcellence and offers a wide array of study opportunities in the humanities, social sciences, exact sciences, and medicine. The university encourages multi-disciplinary activities in Israel and overseas and serves as a bridge between academic research and its social and industrial applications. The Hebrew University has set as its goals the training of public, scientific, educational and professional leadership; the preservation of and research into Jewish, cultural, spiritual and intellectual traditions; and the expansion of the boundaries of knowledge for the benefit of all humanity. FACTS: Founded in: 1918 Opened in: 1925 6 campuses 7 faculties 14 schools 23,000 students 1,000 senior faculty members More than 7,000 patents registered 8 Nobel Prize winners 1 Fields Medal winner in mathematics Among its founders: Albert Einstein, Martin Buber, Chaim Nahman Bialik, Chaim Weizmann Excellence The Hebrew University strives for excellence, an integral element in its academic life. Its outstanding scholars have achieved impressive breakthroughs in a variety of disciplines, and it is among the very top winners of the European Research Council's competitive grants to young researchers. One-third of all competitive research grants awarded in Israel are won by Hebrew University scholars. University academicians publish frequently in prestigious scientific journals, and their research has garnered outstanding awards in Israel and worldwide, including the Nobel Prize, the Fields Medal and the Israel Prize. Most PhD holders in Israel earned their degrees at the Hebrew University, and our alumni hold key positions in academia, public service and the business sector. Life on campus In Jerusalem, one of the most beautiful of cities in the world, the university maintains three campuses: the Mount Scopus campus for the humanities and social sciences; the Edmond J. Safra Campus for exact sciences; and the Ein Karem Campus for medical sciences. Its other campuses are the Rehovot faculty for agriculture, food, veterinary medicine and environmental sciences; the veterinary hospital in Beit Dagan; and the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat. The university boasts three sports facilities which are among the most advanced in the country, 11 libraries, 5 computer centers, 6,000 dormitory beds, and dozens of student activity groups focusing on politics, society, the environment and more. International involvement The Hebrew University is ranked internationally among the 100 leading universities in the world. Its student body numbers 23,000 students from Israel and 65 other countries. It is actively engaged in international cooperation for research and teaching. It has signed 150 agreements for joint projects with other universities and 25 agreements for student exchanges with 14 countries. Its faculty members include young scholars who have returned to Israel from advanced studies at leading institutions of higher education throughout the world. The Hebrew University has been a leader in bringing about changes in the world community in agriculture, environmental quality and public health. Students from developing countries have carried out advanced studies at the Hebrew University and returned to their home countries in order to apply the knowledge they gained and to improve the level of services provided to their compatriots. The university’s Rothberg International School offers programs for overseas students. Among its alumni are actress Natalie Portman, journalist Thomas Friedman, and former US ambassadors to Israel Martin Indyk and Daniel Kurtzer. Patents and innovations The Yissum Research Development Company of the Hebrew University is 15th in the world in the number of patents registered. Yissum is responsible for marketing the technology and scientific know-how generated by Hebrew University researchers and students. To date it has registered over 7,000 patents for 2,023 inventions, more than 600 of these patents have been commercialized, and products manufactured on the basis of the patents are sold at over $2 billion a year. Yissum’s portfolio boasts 72 companies established on the background of inventions developed by Hebrew University researchers. Particularly outstanding developments include the drugs Exelon used to treat Alzheimer’s patients and Doxil for use in ovarian cancer; a cherry tomato variety with a particularly long and excellent shelf life; and Mobileye, a “computer-vision” vehicle collision warning and driver safety system.All photos by Daniel Hanoch.
1218: The year of the founding of the university in Salamanca 1940: It is the year of the restoration of the studies of Theology, Canon Law and Philosophy at the UPSA 70,000More than 70,000 students have passed through our classrooms and are incorporated into employment or institutions Study In the UPSA you will find spaces that invite study and group work Libraries More than 300,000 volumes, 700 reading seats and access to electronic books and journals Innovation Students,… [+] teachers and companies develop projects with a future at the University Club of Innovation Faculty Our commitment to teaching is first Service vocation Humanism and commitment to service are part of our way of being Research Our teachers are PhDs and most are accredited by quality agencies University City A perfect city to grow, full of life thanks to its 30,000 students World Heritage The historic center is recognized as a World Heritage Site. An accessible and welcoming city A magical city Those who have been here know it. Salamanca 'enhechiza will return to it'. Presentación The site chosen and solar by Queen Margaret of Austria in what was called the hill of San Isidro in the seventeenth century, today Pontifical University of Salamanca is a gigantic structure more than seven thousand square meters. Already, a symbolic and emblematic building in Salamanca urban structure. Imposing stone mole where the beauty of its thinness and its towers not let go unnoticed to the thoughtful and searching eyes Unamuno dedicating his semblanza the now famous ode "high soto of towers". All one beautiful story to count and see, which takes its inventive start with the trace of the royal architect, Juan Gomez de Mora and following its design, in 1617, it takes place the laying of the foundation stone, Have your sad and dramatic conclusion with the expulsion of the Society of Jesus on April 2, 1767. One hundred fifty years of construction, Avatars and discouragements, pawn forward, expectations and corrections. But at the end, a magnificent building where the aesthetic reading of already defined and finished assembly are allowed to read the stylistic fingerprints marked by the taste and the "air" brought by the times: A calm and herreriano postmanierismo, an advanced baroque, finally, the last rococo aesthetic niceties. In summary, architectural ensemble in its viewing makes us look for his placid our highly streamlined and geometric order; please here the case of the face shown us on the street Company, where frontalidad the Casa de las Conchas, embracing the stone reredos and its belfry of the facade, they rise up towers Quinones, hermanándose in dialogical rhythm with the cathedral. Its structure architectural still always surprising sight of all visitor who enters into space and set its cloister, the Baroque intercolumnado enormous expressive force and plastic; cloister unparalleled in the passing of the hours of the day, contact manetiano light, it changes the complexion and color of your stoneskin. There are many jewels that embraces its structure. First, your churchWhere in his precious altarpiece-Eucharist, plotted in contrarreformista scholar iconographic program, excel sculptures by Juan Rodriguez and Juan Peti; then both cruise with aisles, a whole speech retablística variant, occupying center stage in one Jesus scourged of Luis Salvador Carmona, One of the most beautiful and impressive passionate works the last Spanish Baroque. And next to the Church in the main cloister, the Vita Ignatti, Unique iconographic program 28 canvases on the life of the founder of the Society of JesusExecuted by Sebastian Conca and his workshop; magnificent display in turn the great painter of the eighteenth-century Neapolitan school. But if we speak of canvases, without a doubt one of the untold jewels that houses and jealously guards the heritage of the University they are the two canvases student workshop Rubens, Matthis Musson, paintings by Abraham and Melchizedek and The Clemency of Scipio. In short, a whole heritage tour you will see and show, from the attractive collection of Royal Portraits, through the unrivaled stucco and plasterwork of the great hall, to delve into the amazing staircase of honor, feted of vitores, eucharistic and Marian paintings passages. And in this patrimonial count, yes we note two recent findings that have quietly harbored our university spaces. We spoke first of two paintings by Ricardo Balaca, a student at the Madrid school of Federico Madrazo and secondly a unique and beautiful piano French tail mid-nineteenth century copy which, given their high value, both for contemplation as for hearing, It is in the single room Pedraz. José Palm Sunday Director historical and artistic heritage of the UPSA.