On Tuesday, the Jerusalem School of Arts and Design (JSAD) announced that it was adding more than 800 new certificates in the form of online certificates.
The certificate program was launched in May 2017, and the new certificates will be issued to all undergraduate students in the school, starting in the fall semester.
The new certificate program is intended to allow students from around the world to experience the program in their home country and give them the opportunity to develop their skills and knowledge.
The certificates will come with a three-month stipend and include courses, workshops, tutorials, and a digital portfolio.
The certificates will also be available for free for use by students in their first year of study.
The school says that it will work with accredited online certificate programs to offer more certificates, which it says will be distributed to more than 3,000 students, of whom around 100 are currently enrolled.
The move comes after the school received a call from an unnamed company, asking for help to prepare the new program.
“We need to do something.
We’re not the only one that needs help,” said Shimon Kherson, head of the art department at the school.”
The number of students that come to the school are so big, and this is an excellent way to help them.”
The new program, which is the brainchild of Kherons son, also includes online courses and online tutoring.
The new program also offers a certificate that students can use to study abroad, or even as a student at a foreign university.