ASO Students currently come from nine countries — Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Eritrea, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, and Sudan-Darfur.
These men and women, ages 18 and higher, singles and those with families study fulltime for three years to earn a bachelor’s degree at one of seven colleges — Academic College of Netanya, Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yafo, College of Law and Business in Ramat-Gan, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Sapir Academic College in Ashkelon, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. To earn a master’s degree, they study more than a year.
Students specialize in a range of areas — Biology, Business Administration, Business Economics, Business Finance, Communications, Government, Government and Economics, Government and Sustainability, Law and Political Science and Communication.
In 2017, 26 students are undergraduates and one is a graduate student. We plan to increase the number of undergraduates in 2018.
To date, four alumni have graduated with bachelor’s degrees, and two with master’s degrees.