Higher Education Forum: Session No. 51: Access to Higher Education in Arab Society

Session No. 51: Access to Higher Education in Arab Society

24.05.2021 - 2nd out of 4th

Chairman and moderator: Prof. Rami Haj-Ali

Key issues in the field of higher education in Arab society - in each issue there will be a round of speakers as well as a discussion with the participation of all members of the panel. Questions from the audience will be received after each discussion.


Dr. Vered Ariel-Nahai, CEO BaShaarProf.
Shimon Yankelewitz. Chairman of the Higher Education Forum, BaShaar

Opening Session: 

Prof. Rami Haj-Ali, BaShaar and Tel-Aviv University.

Key topics:
The meeting was held immediately after the "Guardians of the Walls" war and the Riots across the country so the first part of the conference was devoted to discussing the situation on campuses in light of the riots.

• Higher education and Arab society - data and statistics
• Barriers to admission - matriculation-psychometric, language, preparatory courses, awareness of higher education in general and professionalism in particular
• Barriers and successes, difficulties and challenges, dropout - institutional and other perspectives
• Different models of access to higher education in Arab society.
• The impact of higher education on Arab society
• Institutions of higher education as an employer of graduates (administrative and junior faculty), researchers, lecturers and lecturers

Panel members:

Agadir Abu Zarka, Director, Givat Haviva Campus, Open University
Prof. Mahmud Ghanayim, president of sakhnin academy.
Prof. Mona Khoury-Kassabri,The Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University
Shuaa Masarwa Mansour, mayor of Taibeh
Prof. Youssef Masharawi, Department of Physical Therapy, Tel-Aviv University.
Prof. Nir Kedar, Sapir Collage
Merav Shaviv, Samuel Neaman Institute


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