Education Portal City of Ramat-Gan
page content page contentSkip page content

Top 10 Reasons why to make Aliyah to Ramat Gan

  1. Ramat Gan is the center of everything - the city borders Tel Aviv, Givatayim, Bnei Brak, Givat Shmuel, and Kiryat Ono and contains easy access to the other cities via busses as well as the Savidor train station, providing fast access to the North and South of the country.  Soon to come is the subway, which will run from Petach Tikva, through Ramat Gan, all the way to Ben Gurion airport.
  2. The Ramat Gan Olim Department offers a variety of services for new immigrants and for returning citizens to allow optimal acclimatization to Israel -  assistance with bureaucratic office processes, understanding rights, employment consultations, workshops, events, integration into the Israeli education system and more!
  3. There are over 20,000 Olim living in Ramat- Gan, which is roughly 15% of the total population!
  4. Initially known as Ir Ganim, the Garden City, Ramat-Gan is the greenest city in Israel, with its 25% green area. Bordering the city to the north are the Yarkon River and Yarkon Park, while to the south the open spaces of the Ramat-Gan National Park and the Safari.
  5. In Ramat-Gan you can find 5 higher education institutions -Bar-Ilan University, the second largest University in Israel, Shenkar School of Engineering, Design, and Art, ranked fifth in the world thanks to its trailblazing thinking, Ramat Gan College, the College of Law and Business, and Beit Zvi School of the Performing Arts
  6. Home to Sheba - Tel Hashomer Hospital, the most comprehensive medical center in the Middle East, renowned for its compassionate care and leading-edge medicine. It is also a major medical-scientific research powerhouse that collaborates internationally with the bio-tech and pharmaceutical industries to develop new drugs, treatments and technologies, and a foremost global center for medical education. The medical center contains six facilities: a vast medical research complex, medical education academic campus, acute care hospital, children's hospital, women's hospital, and the country's main rehabilitation hospital
  7. The Ganim in the Armonim region of Ramat Gan was awarded the Education Prize from the Ministry of Education, academic year 2016-2017. The region's kindergartens function on the theme of "This Kindergarten is Me", creating and developing learning tracks based on each child's strengths while keeping to the Ministry of Education specifications. For example, when one of the teachers was getting married, the children assisted with the making of her dress therefore learning measurements, mathematics, fine motor and more.
  8. Annually, over 1500 Olim students received extra support from the Ramat Gan Olim department via tutors, our learning centers, and Hebrew teachers that we send to schools to provide extra Hebrew lessons.
  9. Ramat Gan's education system is ranked in the top 10 based on the Meitzav National Exams (measures of school efficiency and growth).
  10. Ramat-Gan has a number of prestigious museums exhibiting Russian and Far Eastern, Jewish, Japanese, and Chinese art. Apart from the museums, choirs, theaters and orchestras, the city has extensive outdoor sculpture gardens scattered throughout.
Accessible website
Jump to page content