Technion - Israel Institute of Technology is Israel's premier center of science-technology education and applied research. Ranked among the top science and technology universities in the world, Technion is home to more than 13,000 students, 19 fac...
It was definitely worthwhile, and a real learning experience for me! I've become much more independent and have learned to be more aggressive when it comes to asking for things (this is typical of Israeli character).
- Barnard College
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Learned a lot about politics and culture in Israel. Met a lot of friendly and interesting people. Had a lot of fun adventures.
- MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology is Israel's premier center of science-technology education and applied research. Ranked among the top science and technology universities in the world, Technion is home to more than 13,000 students, 19 faculties, 40 research institutes and a distinguished faculty of 550 including three Nobel Prize winners. Technion’s semester programs in English are open to undergraduate and graduate students from all over the world.
Spring Semester: English language courses are offered in Engineering, Science, Business and Entrepreneurship. A select number of Humanities courses are also available. Additionally, students may enroll in an optional ulpan, an intense Hebrew language immersion course.
Program Details: Full-time students typically take around 16 credits per semester. One academic lecture hour (50 minutes) equals 1 credit point. Courses are given at the third and fourth year undergraduate level. Some involve off-site activities and visits to Israeli industry. Trips, Activities and Student Life Students live in dorms on Technion’s beautiful and dynamic Haifa campus. Technion provides a wide range of sports facilities, social programs, lectures and trips to enrich students’ study abroad experience. All students attend a special Orientation Period to help them get acquainted with their peers, Technion and student life and living essentials in Israel. Admissions Students with a GPA of 80/3.0 and above are invited to apply. Please see our website for more information. Tuition and Fees Registration fee: $50
Ulpan Hebrew course (optional): $1,200
Semester tuition: $6,000
Housing: $310 per month
Medical insurance & Other fees: $450 per semester