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About Excellenteam in Academia

The Excellenteam in Academia model is based on the successful Excellenteam bootcamp curriculum. This model was designed for academic institutions as a practical component in computer science degrees. It was designed for select students in their final year of studies in order to prepare them for entry into the high-tech workforce.


The program was developed in collaboration with senior development executives from Mobileye, Google, Lightricks, Ex Libris, 40Nuggets, and JPMorgan and with academic institutions.

Over 150 partners including – Nvidia, Dell, IBM, Zerto, Crossriver Bank, Cymotive, 200Apps, Innovid, Seebo, KPMG, Noogata, IAI, Via, Facebook, Amdocs, KLA, Kramer, Nisha, Keepers, Synamedia, Moveo, Elbit, Zerto, Nice, Cybereason, Sentinalone, IBM, Amazon, Orcam, One, Medtronic, Moovit, Bank Leumi, Bank Hapoalim, Intel, Odettect, Salesforce, Booking, and Moveo.

Target audience

Outstanding ultra-Orthodox and Arab computer science students from academic institutions.


Integrate skilled computer science graduates into core development positions in the high-tech industry.

Practical experience

Throughout the training process, participants develop practical projects with partner companies, thus deepening their technological experience in complex developments.

Soft skills training

The program also includes an element of improving soft skills through recruitment preparation workshops, mock interviews, resume writing, personal mentoring, and more.


Programming Environment








CS Overview

Projects (Personal & Teams)

Success Stories

“The Excellenteam in Academia program is an amazing opportunity given to me and with its help I found my first job in high-tech, a good job with a high salary. The program provides both knowledge and practical training at a high level and close accompaniment and response throughout the job search. It’s exciting to see a lot of investment in us juniors.”

Eti Walis,
Software Developer at Check Point

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