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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), led by President Daniel Chamovitz, is one of Israel’s leading institutions of higher educational learning. A recognised national and global leader in many fields, actively encouraging multi-disciplinary collaborations with government and industry, and nurturing entrepreneurship and innovation in all its forms. Since 2019, BGU has consistently been included in PitchBook’s top half rankings of 100 undergraduate programmes globally that produce the most VC-backed entrepreneurs.
Ingrained in the DNA of BGU is a strong social conscience. Over a third of students volunteer in one of the world’s most developed community action programmes.
Ben-Gurion University Foundation supports and promotes BGU.
(0)20 7486 7394
British Friends of Bar-Ilan University
(0)20 7724 3777
British Friends of Haifa University
(0)20 8458 9999
Ezer Mizion (British Friends of)
(0)20 7292 2060
Friends of the Israel Cancer Association
(0)20 8455 9579
Rishon Multiple Sclerosis Aid Group
020 7112 4848
020 7495 6824
Technion UK (formerly the British Technion Society)
Tel Aviv University Trust (TAU Trust) supports Tel Aviv University (TAU), Israel’s most prestigious and comprehensive institution of higher learning. TAU represents Israel at its best- dynamic, innovative, and forward-looking. With some 30,000 students, TAU offers 128 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities, and arts together with Israel’s biggest and most influential medical teaching and research complex. The University’s senior faculty, 1,000 strong, conducts over 3,500 projects annually, at 400 laboratories.
TAU is recognised internationally for creating an innovation and entrepreneurship culture on campus that has spawned a great deal of inventions, start-ups, and economic and social development in Israel. TAU ranks an impressive 7th in the world for producing graduates that found successful VC-backed companies (Pitchbook 2022).
Weizmann UK supports and raises awareness of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. It is one
of the world’s highest ranking multidisciplinary scientific research institutes. Its dedicated scientists
are working on over 1000 projects ranging from Alzheimer’s to astrophysics, from cancer to computer
science, from nutrition to nanotechology.
They are following their curiosity to make discoveries that aim
to solve humanity’s greatest challenges. Our role at Weizmann UK is to fundraise to support the
Institute’s invaluable work and communicate its scientific breakthroughs. We promote collaboration
between the Institute and UK Universities and we encourage sixth-form students to take part in the
Institute’s educational programmes. We host events to fundraise for and show-case the extraordinary
work of the Weizmann Institute.