Courses are offered in fields of engineering and science, entrepreneurship and innovation, medicine and humanities. Courses are given at the second, third and fourth year undergraduate levels. Some include off-site activities as well as business and indus
- Haifa, Israel
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Academic Year, Spring Semester, Winter Semester
- Program Description:
- The Study Abroad program offered through Technion International is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world. The program offers a challenging and intensive course load that can be tailored to meet each student’s specific interests as well as ensuring their ability to meet specific prerequisites or course requirements for their home universities or prospective graduate or advanced studies.
Courses are offered in fields of engineering and science, entrepreneurship and innovation, medicine and humanities. Courses are given at the second, third and fourth year undergraduate levels. Some include off-site activities as well as business and industry site visits. Choose 1 or 2 semesters: Winter Semester: October-February Spring Semester: March-July Full-time students typically take around 15 - 20 credits per semester. One academic lecture hour (50 minutes) equals 1 credit point. Each semester is comprised of 14 weeks of teaching, followed by a 3 week exam period. Students with sufficient language proficiency may choose to take regular Technion courses taught in Hebrew. Please note that the maximum study load for visiting international students cannot exceed 4 technical Technion courses and 2 general Technion courses (in Hebrew) during one semester; experience has shown that taking classes in Hebrew poses special challenges to international students, even if the students have some background in Hebrew. This general rule does not apply to international semester programs. Technion International, together with the Department of Humanities & Arts offers a beginner’s conversational Hebrew language course for international visitors. The course is offered each semester and is open to all students and visitors to the Technion. Technion International provides a comprehensive orientation day designed to familiarize students with the campus and surrounding neighborhoods, and to provide a general guide to student life in Israel. Orientation presents you with such “survival tips” as acquiring a student card, email account and internet access code, opening an Israeli bank account, getting a cellphone, and getting around the sprawling Technion campus and your dormitory.
Technion offers an academically rigorous and engaging curriculum with English language courses in a variety of subjects. Technion's internationally recognized and respected reputation ensures that credits earned will significantly enhance students' academic and professional CVs. At the same time, students will benefit personally from an exciting study abroad environment and a chance to explore Israel and meet peers from around the globe.
- Setting Description:
- The Technion’s beautiful 300-acre campus is located in Haifa, Israel's dynamic northern port city. It sits on the slopes of Mt. Carmel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Students are housed in private rooms in modern five-person apartments shared with Israeli and international peers. Technion provides student guides and facilitators, and organizes a wide range of social events, extracurricular activities, sport facilities and cultural events, as well as trips and tours throughout Israel. Technion also provides students with individual tutors, extra classes and academic guidance counseling as needed. Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is Israel’s premier center of science, technology and applied research. Ranked among the top 50 technology universities in the world, Technion is home to 18 faculties, and over 60 advanced research centers and institutes, and a distinguished faculty of over 600, including three Nobel laureates. Technion graduates have brought the unique skills and pe
- Tuition and Fees: * Registration fee (Non-Refundable): USD 50 * Ulpan Hebrew course (optional): USD 1,200 * Tuition: USD 7,500 (Winter Semester) ; USD 9,000 (Spring Semester) * Health Insurance & Estimated Living Expenses: USD 4,000 per semester * On-campus housing: starting at USD 380 per month *Prices are subject to change due to fluctuations in market prices and currency exchange rates. *Please note that tuition fees do not cover applicants’ airfare to and from Israel. Admission Requi
Additional Program Information
- Scholarships Description:
- Merit based Scholarships
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