If you are planning on studying Engineering after school then look no further than the Technion. Technion is consistently ranked among the world’s top 50 universities and is one of the leading institutes of science and engineering in Israel and the world. Technion International offers students from countries around the world an opportunity to join Technion academic programs which are taught entirely in English.
The Study Abroad program at Technion International is open to Undergraduate and Graduate students. Taught entirely in English, the program offers a challenging and stimulating course load, as well as social activities and trips that help students understand the innovative nature of Israel. Courses are also offered in fields of Engineering and science, entrepreneurship and innovation, architecture and product design, humanities and more. The Study abroad program is offered in Winter and Spring.
Undergraduate Academic Programs:
· BSc in Civil Engineering: This four year degree program at the Technion prepares students for careers in the private, public and government sectors in areas such as infrastructure and general construction, water resource management, wastewater treatment, water treatment and pollution, control, air and soil pollution and remediation, and solid waste disposal.
· BSc in Mechanical Engineering: Technion’s prestigious degree is presented entirely in English at Technion’s Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. The Faculty is internationally recognised for its leadership in research, education and innovation, with graduates now holding key positions in high-tech, government and defence industries.
Since its founding in 1912, the institute has educated generations of engineers, architects, and scientists who have played a key role in laying the State of Israel’s infrastructure and establishing its crucial high-tech industries.
It is no secret that Technion Graduates Drive Israel’s High-Tech Economy: Technion graduates make up the majority of Israeli-educated scientists and engineers, constituting more than 70% of the country’s founders and managers of high-tech industries. Technion graduates founded and/or lead two-thirds of Israeli companies on NASDAQ