Netanya Academic College

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Netanya Academic College
Netanya Academic College logo.png
Type Private college
Established 1994
Students 4,000
Location Netanya, Israel
Website Official website

Netanya Academic College (Hebrew: האקדמית נתניה‎, HaAkademit Netanya) is a private college based in Netanya, Israel. Established in 1994 by a team from Bar-Ilan University, it has an enrolment of around 4,000 undergraduate students. It is was founded by Zvi Arad, who served as its president for 24 years.


The college was established in 1994 by Zvi Arad at the request of the mayors of Netanya, Yoel Elroi and Zvi Poleg.[1] A partner in the initiation and establishment of the college was Miriam Feirberg, who at that time served as head of the Education Department of Netanya. Today the college is an accredited institute of higher education that grant first and second academic degrees in a variety of fields.

The college offers Bachelor's and Master's degrees in several subjects, focusing on law, business administration, finance and computer science.

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  1. ^ "Professor Zvi Arad passes away". Israel National News. Retrieved 19 February 2018. 

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