Oranim Academic College

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Oranim Academic College
The Oranim college library and arts complex
The Oranim college library and arts complex
Oranim Academic College is located in Israel
Oranim Academic College
Oranim Academic College
Coordinates: 32°46′15.17″N 35°8′12.01″E / 32.7708806°N 35.1366694°E / 32.7708806; 35.1366694Coordinates: 32°46′15.17″N 35°8′12.01″E / 32.7708806°N 35.1366694°E / 32.7708806; 35.1366694
District Haifa
Council Zevulun
Founded 1951
Population (2015)[1] 177
Website www.oranim.ac.il

Oranim (Hebrew: אֳרָנִים‎ or אורנים‎, lit. Pines) is a teacher training college in northern Israel. The college was founded in 1951 by the United Kibbutz Movement and the site had a population of 177 in 2015.[1] It was named after the small forest of pine trees in the area. It trains kindergarten, elementary and upper school teachers and offers BA, BSc, BEd and MEd qualifications.

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  1. ^ a b "List of localities, in Alphabetical order" (PDF). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 16 October 2016. 

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