Israel Institute of Technology Background
The Technion- Israel Institute of Technology is a public research university in Haifa, Israel. It was founded in 1912 and it’s the oldest university in the country. The Technion is ranked the best university in Israel and in the whole of the Middle East in the Shanghai Ranking.
Israel Institute of Technology Programs Courses and Schools
The University has 19 academic departments, 60 research centers and 12 affiliated teaching hospitals. The university offers degrees in science, engineering, architecture, medicine, industrial management and education. Since its inception, it has awarded more than 100,000 degrees and the graduates from this institute are cited for providing the skills and education behind the creation and protection of the State of Israel.
Israel Institute of Technology Campuses
The main campus of the Israel Institute of Technology has 100 buildings and it has two additional campuses. Its original building in midtown Haifa houses the Israel National Museum of Science, Technology and Space. There’s an Olympic-size swimming pool in the main campus and there are other recreational facilities such as gymnastics, squash and tennis. Films and live performances by leading Israeli artists take place on campus regularly.
Israel Institute of Technology Achievements
In 2015, the Shanghai Academic Ranking rated the Technion as 77th in its list of the top 100 universities in the world. In 2013, the Technion was the only school outside of the United States to make it into the top 10 on a new Bloomberg Rankings list of schools whose graduates are CEOs of top U.S. tech companies.
Israel Institute of Technology USP
After- school and summer courses are offered by Technion for young people on various subjects including introductory electronics and computer programming to aerospace, architecture, biology, chemistry and physics. Two examples are Scitech and the Math Summer Camp, devoted to number theory.
Technion recently set up and orchestrated the Israeli chapter of ‘Engineers Without Borders’, which among other projects, installed a network of biogas systems in rural Nepal providing sustainable energy and improved sanitation.
Israel Institute of Technology Notable Alumni
Notable alumni of the institute includes Shai Agassi – IT entrepreneur, former Executive Board member of SAP AG and founder of Better Place, Saul Amarel – pioneer in Artificial intelligence. Ella Amitay Sadovsky – artist and Itzhak Bentov – inventor and author.
Israel Institute of Technology Programs
Average Academic Score
Bachelors: ILS 55,830
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Registration for the Fall Semester (starting in October) opens in the middle of January and closes at the end of March.
Registration for the Spring Semester (starting in March) opens in November and closes at the end of January
Israel Institute of Technology Rankings