TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – As part of his ongoing trade mission in Israel, Governor Rick Scott recognized the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding yesterday between Florida Atlantic University and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. This agreement will expand scholarly partnerships, support collaborative research projects, and offer unique academic opportunities to medical students, medical residents, graduate students, and post-doctoral students in both Florida and Israel. To view the agreement, click HERE.

Governor Scott said, “Florida is proud to be home to world class education institutions and by continuing to build on relationships with our international education partners, we are ensuring that Florida’s students have even more opportunities to succeed in the classroom and beyond. I look forward to seeing the continued educational accomplishments between Florida Atlantic University and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.”

Governor Scott is currently leading a delegation of nearly 70 Florida business and education leaders on a trade mission in Israel to continue to build on Florida and Israel’s strong relationship. Florida’s economic development and trading partnership with Israel exceeds $286 million a year.




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