An analysis of graduates’ employability published by Times Higher Education (THE) has ranked graduates of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as the 67th most employable in the world. The ranking also positions Hebrew University graduates as the most employable students graduating in Israel.
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On 13 September 2016, a delegation from Luxembourg, led by Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, was received by the Rector of Hebrew University, Prof. Asher Cohen. An agreement for joint collaboration was signed by Rector Cohen and University of Luxembourg President Rainer Klump. This is the first agreement the University of Luxembourg has signed with an Israeli university.