“We educate students in the spirit of our motto, ‘Liberty and Responsibility.’ This means to endow the alumnus with the tools to do all that he desires without surrendering to limitations or waiting for the authorities to do it for him – but to do so in a way that clearly demonstrates responsibility for his surroundings and the willingness to act within them.”

IDC Herzliya

The Jerusalem Report: IDC founder Uriel Reichman receives award for contribution to education

The Jerusalem Report: IDC founder Uriel Reichman receives award for contribution to education

December 4, 2018

“The desire was to have our school be a meeting place for Diaspora Jewish students and Israelis”.Read More

Prof. Reichman in a special interview in honor of the 2017/18 academic year (Hebrew)

November 5, 2017

 

Prof. Reichman in an interview with Dan Margalit on the secrets of success of IDC Herzliya (Hebrew)

Prof. Reichman in an interview with Dan Margalit on the secrets of success of IDC Herzliya (Hebrew)

November 5, 2017

Speech at the RRIS opening ceremony – the 20th anniversary of IDC Herzliya

October 10, 2013

You are joining the IDC in its 20th year. This place was established for you. We wanted to establish a university which will prepare the younger generation to become the future leadership of Israel. We were the first in Israel to establish an interdisciplinary university.

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The Jerusalem Post: It's all in the plans

The Jerusalem Post: It’s all in the plans

November 6, 2007

“The vision of the IDC, as it is defined formally, is to develop an interdisciplinary university on a world-class level that will best serve the State of Israel and the Jewish people. This isn’t an accepted formulation, adding national service and the Jewish people into the definition. It sounds small and nationalistic, while academia is supposed to be, so to speak, above the nation. But I don’t think there’s a paradox here. This is our Zionism and pioneering”.Read More