Glass and Ceramic Art

Faculty: The Technical Community College

About the program: The program introduces students to the art of designing and crafting various products, including ceramics and glassware. Students receive hands-on training in manual clay shaping, pottery wheel techniques, porcelain coloring and glazing through various methods. They also learn glass melting, interlocking, and shaping techniques using electric furnaces. Graduates of the program will be well-prepared to enter the job market, either working for porcelain and glass companies, workshops, or pursuing a career as a vocational subject teacher in schools. They may also choose to establish their own businesses in this field.

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: 74

Duration of study: Two years

Fields of work: Upon graduation, individuals have the option to establish their own porcelain and/or glass workshops, creating and selling their crafted pieces and antiques. Alternatively, they can seek employment as employees in established porcelain workshops and factories. Moreover, graduates can pursue a career as art education professors in schools, imparting their expertise in the field to future generations.


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: