Shenkar College of Engineering, Design & Art (SHENKAR)

Shenkar College of Engineering, Design & Art ( was founded in 1970.
At the moment 2,665 student are enrolled in our Bachelors and Masters program.

We pride ourselves on our interdisciplinary approach combining the worlds of Design, Engineering and Multidisciplinary Art, offering our students excellent and career orientated education while promoting values of excellence and creativity.
Located near lively Tel-Aviv, Shenkar offers its students a unique international learning experience.

The Azrieli Faculty of Design
is one of the leading design faculties in the world and offers studies towards a Bachelor of Design degree (B.Des) in six different fields: Fashion, Industrial, Interior building and Environment, Jewelry, Textile and Visual Communication. In addition, we offer the Azrieli Graduate program in Design (M.Des) in the fields of Fashion, Textile, Jewelry and Accessories.

The Pernick Faculty of Engineering is a center for the promotion of research and works closely with the industry. The Faculty offers studies towards a graduate degree (M.Sc) I Plastics Engineering and Bachelor of Engineering degrees (B. Sc) in 5 different fields: Plastics, Software, Chemical, Electronics and Industrial Engineering & Management.

The Multidisciplinary Art department offers studies towards a bachelor of Fine Arts degree (B.F.A) and includes drawing, sculpture, photography, video art, computer art, sketching, printing, art installation and environmental sculpture and encourages collaboration between the disciplines.

In the Tempus IRIS project Shenkar is an active participant. In light of the Internationalization strategy prepared with the help of the project, Shenkar has decided to set up an International Office. This newly formed international office in Shenkar is in charge of managing the international academic cooperation as well as building the administrative infrastructure for our internationalization efforts. This allowed us to be able to participate in the Erasmus Mundus EMAIL III program as well as starting the implementation of the Bologna Process in our institution.

We are looking forward to continue to participate in the opportunities brought to us in the scope of the Tempus IRIS project.