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City Notes: Technion launches program to promote higher education among outstanding Arab students

The program will encourage Arab students to pursue graduate and postgraduate studies, and aid integration into the Israeli labor market.

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Haifa’s Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has launched a program to encourage top Arab students to pursue higher education, in light of a notable decrease in the number of students from the Arab sector dropping out of their studies.



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