Engineers for a new era


The 21st century is marked by rapid changes and frequent global crises. To successfully meet these challenges, modern engineers require a different kind of skillset.

In addition to a firm grasp of science and engineering, this new breed of engineer must possess critical thinking, effective communication, and advanced problem-solving skills – as well as the ability to adapt to ever-changing realities. They must be meticulous yet open-minded, focused yet flexible, creative yet well-informed on industry trends and needs.

Future engineers must recognize their role as agents of change, innovators who can harness their knowledge and skill to better their own society and humanity at large. This is a role that requires responsibility, professional ethics, and social engagement.

Afeka: The Springboard for Tomorrow’s Engineers

In training engineers for this new era, Afeka College maintains several key foundations:

  • Providing students with a meaningful learning experience that challenges, enriches, and motivates them, by imparting advanced knowledge using contemporary teaching methods.
  • Building a professional community with opportunities to explore and innovate engineering solutions. Organizing industry conferences and events as platforms for interdisciplinary engagement among communities, and for the further development of human capital in engineering.
  • Driving the development of the key skills required of modern engineers, such as effective communication, interdisciplinary collaboration, real-world problem-solving, critical and creative thinking, and self-learning.
  • Educating engineers conscious of their greater role: to develop technologies, products, and solutions that will make a positive impact on society and humanity.
  • Fostering a research culture focused on applied research, by uniquely combining a faculty that includes industry veterans in their field with cutting-edge laboratories, advanced technological infrastructures, and a robust business support structure.
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