Graduate:

Introduction

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Seeding Top Notch Training of Future Scientists, Yielding Long-Term Success

Technion Graduate School offers graduate students from all over the world an opportunity to join a graduate studies program at Technion. Technion is one of the highest ranked universities in science and technology and applied research in the world. In recent years, Technion scientists, engineers and researchers have spearheaded new technologies and innovative approaches to scientific challenges, having become known for its top-notch instruction, high level of research, mentors and graduate students. Studying abroad at Technion provides you with a unique opportunity to earn your MSc or PhD degree in a supportive and stimulating multidisciplinary environment, and join the vibrant community of culturally diverse scientists from around the world engaged in groundbreaking scientific work at cutting-edge facilities.

 

Irwin and Joan Jacobs Graduate School

Technion’s Irwin and Joan Jacobs Graduate School offers graduate studies in all of Technion’s academic units, including academically-challenging teaching and research activities within the various faculties of the Technion that cover engineering, exact sciences, life sciences, medicine and architecture, as well as unique multi-disciplinary topics such as nanoscience, energy and autonomous systems and robotics. Most courses of study and research offer thesis and non-thesis tracks leading to MSc, ME, MBA or PhD degrees.

Graduate School website: http://www.graduate.technion.ac.il/eng/

Please contact the International students coordinator, prior to applying, at: IntGrad@technion.ac.il

Departments who committed to conduct classes in English:

Chemistry
Biology
Physics
Chemical Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Education in Science and Technology
Aerospace Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Medical Science

In all other departments, reading materials, for most classes, is in English and assignments and tests may be submitted in English, with an advance coordination with the lecturers. All professors, as well as most teaching assistants are fluent in English and can offer assistance if necessary.