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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, consistently ranked among the world’s top science and technology research universities, is Israel’s first university. 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. Beginning with 17 students, Technion has been Israel’s primary source of technological manpower and the nation’s largest comprehensive academic center for advanced science and technology education, as well as applied research. In addition, Technion is one of only a handful of technology institutes in the world with an affiliated medical school.

Technion has 18 academic departments in engineering, natural sciences, medicine and architecture, as well as 60 research centers. Students may choose from some 50 undergraduate and 82 graduate academic programs. There are currently close to 14,000 students at the Technion (~9,300 BSc, ~2,800 MSc, ~1,000 PhD, and ~ 660 MD). To date, Technion has awarded around 100,000 degrees. Technion graduates have brought the unique skills and penchant for innovation which helped conceive and consolidate the modern State of Israel – commonly acknowledged to be the “Start-up Nation.”


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