Associate diploma in Jewelry Art

Faculty: The Technical Community College

About the program: This program follows the Integrative Education system, providing students with a comprehensive learning experience that includes both university-based education and practical training in collaboration with private sector partners. The curriculum covers a range of topics, starting with fundamental manual drafting techniques and advancing to more sophisticated skills, incorporating both manual and computerized design practices using software like Rhino and others. Graduates of this program will have the opportunity to enter the workforce, either as employees in drafting, design, and gold production companies and workshops, or by establishing their own businesses.

It's important to note that the development of this Art of Manual Drafting Diploma through Integrative Education aligns with the government's 2017 decision to prioritize this educational approach. Integrative education combines theoretical learning with real-world application, both on-campus and within industry settings, facilitating a seamless transition for graduates into the workforce.

Type: Associate Diploma

High School branches that can be enrolled in the program: All branches

Minimum acceptance rate (high school GPA): 50 %

Number of hours: 66

Duration of study: Two years

Fields of work: The graduate can establish a jewelry workshop and produce crafts and jewelry for sale. And can work as an employee in one of the numerous jewelry workshops and/or factories spread across Hebron, Bethlehem, and Ramallah governorates.


Tuition fees:

- Registration fees for the regular semester: 250 NIS

- Registration fee for the summer semester: 125 NIS

- Service fees for the regular semester: 140 NIS

- Service fees for the summer semester: 70 NIS

- Credit hour fee: 165 NIS

- One-time graduation fee: 110 NIS


The academic plan of the program: