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Welcome to ‘Campus’: How does one study here?

Watch the video here on the right and learn how to create your own account. You already have one? You are invited to press the green button and register for this short training course. In just a few minutes you will be able to enjoy dozens of courses available at ‘Campus’.

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Duration: 6 minutes
Price: Free

Course Description

In just 6 minutes of viewing time and a short trial run, you will be able to navigate and use the Campus and enrich your knowledge through our diverse selection of courses with ease.

What You Will Learn


Frequently Asked Questions
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Is it true that the courses are offered free-of-charge?+

Yes. We are excited to say that the courses are indeed open, free-of-charge, and enable learning from anywhere, at any time and at your own pace, with the very best lecturers. After all, one of the goals of the project is to increase access to professional and academic education for the general public.

Where and when do the courses take place?+

All of the courses on ‘Campus’ are digital and are studied from your personal computer. So you are able to learn from anywhere, at anytime, and at a pace that suits you. Note that in some of the courses the content is revealed slowly, gradually (a new chapter every week). Details about this subject and the exact dates can be found in the environment of the course itself, after you have registered.

In which languages are you able to study on ‘Campus’?+

The learning system enables you to study in Hebrew, Arabic and English. To select the interface language, click the language menu which appears on the top bar. Note that even within the courses themselves, you will have the ability of selecting the language of the subtitles.

How does one register to the site?+

It’s really easy! Click the 'Register' tab and fill out a short form. Pay attention to the following:
"Full name" – Here you fill in your first name and your last name. It is important to remember that this name will appear on the certificates you receive at the end of the courses.
"User Name" – This will be your nickname as it will appear in the learning environment. The username must be in English; it may not contain any special characters or spaces.
"E-mail address" – Make sure that the address you enter is an active one and that you have access to it. This is so that the faculty of the course will be able to communicate with you, and also so that you can receive occasional notifications about additional courses that may be of interest to you.
"Password" – Choose a password with which you will log in to the site.

And another important point: As soon as you have completed the form an email will be sent to you that serves to activate your account. If you don’t find the email, look for it in SPAM (junk mail), maybe it's there . . .

Can I change my password?+

Of course! Look for your user name at the top of the page, click on it and a menu will open. Select "Account" and then click the "Reset Your Password" tab. Check your mailbox. A mail for resetting the password will already be waiting for you there.

Oops ... I forgot the password. What shall I do?+

Nothing to get stressed about. On the login page, under the ‘Password’ menu there is a link "Forgot your password?" Clicking on it will allow you to reset your password. If you have not managed to do this, contact the ‘Campus’ support team

What are the technical requirements for using ‘Campus’?+

Using the learning system is very simple and requires only a stable connection to the Internet, speakers or headphones in good condition, and an updated browser. It is recommended to use Chrome or Firefox, rather than Explorer.

Is it possible to study from cellular phones?+

The ‘Campus’ application is currently being developed by both IOS and by Android. In the meantime you are welcome to study through the Internet browser on your mobile phone. Note, however, that not all learning components are fully supported on a mobile phone, so in order to get the optimal learning experience we recommend that you use your computer.

I saw that the date of the course has already begun. Can I join now?+

Certainly. That's what's great here. The ‘Campus’ digital learning platform allows you to learn at the time, the place and at the pace you decide on. So even if the course has already started, you are always welcome to join. Nevertheless, pay attention to the fact that some courses have an end date. In this case you will receive an update from the faculty of the course.

Where do I see the courses that I have registered for?+

Click on the ‘User Name’ at the top of the page and select ‘Control Panel’ from the menu. You can now see the list of courses that you have registered for.

Are you planning to upload an additional catalog of courses at a later date?+

Certainly! Already during the coming year we are expecting to upload more than one hundred additional courses in a variety of subjects and professions. Do you have an idea or requirement for a course on a particular subject? We would appreciate it if you would share this with us by email –

Where can I track my progress in the course?+

Click on the ‘Progress’ (!) tab which is located in the upper section of the course environment itself, and continue to progress at your own pace. (Note that there are some courses that do not include an assessment or score and, therefore, they do not contain a ‘Progress’ tab)

Do I need any prior knowledge in order to take a course?+

Most of the courses at ‘Campus’ do not require prior knowledge. In any event, this information appears on the ‘About’ page of each of the courses.

Where can I get general information about the course? (Such as the curriculum, how the grades are determined, dates, etc.)+

Great question. Look for the 'Home' tab within the course environment.

Do ‘Campus’ courses entitle you to academic credits?+

Students who are registered with the institute (‘regular’ students) are entitled to credits, subject to taking the examination at the academic institute itself. With regard to external students, each academic institute has its own policy on this subject. The information can be found in the ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ (FAQ) tab within the course, or by contacting the faculty of the course personally.

I am a teacher and I have found a fascinating course in the catalog that would suit my class. Am I able to teach this?+

There are a variety of courses on ‘Campus’ that are taught – with the approval of the Ministry of Education – in middle schools and high schools, and even entitle you to receive dual credits (grades and alternative assessments in schools and academic credits). For further information please contact

I am an instructor and am interested in studying one of the courses in various learning centers and workshops. Can I do that?+

We promote ‘Blended Learning’, which combines digital learning and face-to-face sessions, and is proven to have very great potential. For more information contact us by e-mail:

Is it possible to contact a lecturer or a tutor of a particular course?+

The various course teams will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Information on this subject can be found within the course environment.