Holon Institute of Technology is a new strategic Israeli partner of SUM

Holon Institute of Technology is a new strategic Israeli partner of SUM

04.03.2022 11:14:22

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04.03.2022 11:14:22

The Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) in Tel Aviv is a new strategic partner of the University of Mostar. The Rector of SUM, Prof Zoran Tomić, PhD, and the President of the Institute, Prof Eduard Yakubov, PhD, signed the agreement in the presence of representatives of the University and the Institute.

It is a public university among the top ten in Israel with a focus on science and technology, design and visual arts, and offers a variety of numerous interdisciplinary programmes. In addition to promoting excellence in teaching and academic entrepreneurship, the task of HIT's research administration is promoting and managing excellence in basic and applied research in Israel and abroad, funded by national and multinational funds. Also, they collaborate with the industry. The University will collaborate with HIT on the knowledge transfer in cyber technologies.

HIT is known for its impressive record of winning prestigious research scholarships in the fields of science, engineering, technology management, design, teaching technologies and digitalization of healthcare. The Holon Institute of Technology educates 30% of all engineers in Israel.

Information technology and the digital transformation of society are among the strategic goals of the University of Mostar. Agreements with the Holon Institute of Technology in Tel Aviv and the Azrieli College of Engineering in Jerusalem are strategic steps towards the goal - positioning the University as a centre of digital transformation not only in Bosnia and Herzegovina but beyond.

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