The Summer School in Engineering & Science is an opportunity for outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate students from all over the world to enhance their academic profiles with a rigorous and challenging academic experience at Israel’s university and premier center for science, technology, and applied research. Students may enroll in one advanced course chosen from a variety of engineering and science fields, in addition to one academic course on Israeli culture. These advanced courses are taught by Technion’s top-level faculty in English at cutting-edge facilities.
Apply now: https://regint.technion.ac.il/
The program is open to senior undergraduate students (approaching Senior year), graduate students (MSc/Ph.D.), and recent graduates. Outstanding sophomore undergraduates students may apply but should be aware that the program is highly competitive and requires a strong background in the chosen course, for this reason, senior applicants may be given precedence.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive 4-5 Technion academic credits. 2-3 credits for the main selected course and 2 credits for Israeli culture course. students will receive Technion academic transcripts.
All students will reside at Technion Senate dormitories.
Technion is Israel’s premier institute for science, technology, and applied research. The university has trained most of the country’s top engineers and managers, and it stands at the forefront of cutting-edge industry-related research.
Support & Assistance
Technion International trains student guides to assist visiting students with a wide range of questions and issues. The Technion International team also organizes special events, trips, and activities open to all international students on campus, that enrich their study experiences in Israel. Additional information about life at the Technion is available here
Before entering the academic program, all students must check their eligibility status for a student visa (type A2) with the Israeli embassy or consulate in their country of origin.
Students from China and India
The following courses are highly subsidized by the Israeli government and Technion:
204002 Landscape and Environment
216101 The Web as a Learning Environment
For these courses, costs for selected students from India and China are: $50 non-refundable application fee $350 registration fee Costs include: Social events, housing, one of the courses above, as well as the Issues in Contemporary Israeli Society course.
*The Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) may provide additional funding for airfare to students from China.
**The tuition does not cover the cost of food, flights, and any other personal expenses Please note that the scholarships are not applicable for Hongo Kong, Macau, and Taiwan candidates.
Technion International Scholarships
If you apply before March 13th for the early-bird scholarship, the total cost of the program is 2,750 USD. This covers one of the courses listed as well as Issues in Contemporary Israeli Society course.
The courses include:
126200 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
046200 Image Processing and Analysis
046195 Introduction to Machine Learning
236641 – Advanced Topics In Quantum Information And Computing
*The tuition does not cover the cost of food and other personal expenses.
The online application will prompt you to provide the following:
Official Transcripts (uploaded by you)
Students must have a 3.0/4.0 GPA or 80% average
1 Recommendation letter
English proficiency test such as the TOEFL/ IELTS/ CET 6/CET 4 is mandatory
Passport-sized photo (scanned copy).
Personal Statement: explaining your motivation for applying to the Summer School of Engineering and Science and detail previous academic background on the selected course (up to 1 page in length).
Please Note: A non-refundable application fee of $50 (USD) is required with your application.
* Opening of the program is contingent on the number of registered students.
** The program is subject to changes, at the discretion of TI. Any questions may be forwarded to our Summer Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org Admission decisions are based on a close evaluation of each application on a case-by-case basis, with emphasis placed on each candidate’s academic history.
Applicants are required to demonstrate English proficiency prior to enrollment.