Summer Program Offers 2 New Courses

TIS is opening two new advanced summer school courses in chemistry and civil engineering. The courses are open to outstanding senior undergraduate and postgraduate students from all over the world, interested in enhancing their academic profile.


The two new summer school courses are:

Advanced Inorganic Chemistry: Students will learn to understand fundamentals of inorganic and organometallic chemistry, and the impact on catalytic processes. For a course syllabus please see here.

Models for Demand Analysis: This course we will provide the tools necessary for analysis and forecasting of the demand for services and goods. It will address the theory and prediction of demand with a focus on discrete choice models and reliance on statistical approaches and behavioral theories, particularly around the demand for travel in transportation systems and the role of these models in the planning of urban and regional transportation systems. For a course syllabus please see here.

The Technion International School’s Summer School Program in Engineering & Science provides outstanding senior undergraduate and postgraduate students (holding a BSc, BTech, MSc and PhD degrees) an opportunity to combine one or two advanced courses in a number of engineering and science fields. These advanced courses, taught by Technion’s top level faculty in English, at cutting-edge facilities, provide international students with an opportunity to experience rigorous and challenging academic coursework at Israel’s premier center for science, technology and applied sciences.

Advanced courses are also offered in the following fields:

  • Aerospace Engineering
    • Distributed Space Systems
    • Principles of Guidance and Homing
  • Electrical Engineering
    • Image Processing and Analysis
    • Introduction to Machine Learning
  • Mathematics
    • Nonnegative Matrices
  • Mechanical Engineering
    • Theoretical Tribology

The program also offers advanced courses in the subjects of entrepreneurship and Middle Eastern studies.

For more information please visit the program page.

Read more on our successful 2013 program here.

*Full scholarships for this program for outstanding students from China and India are available.

** Acceptance to each academic course is dependent on approval of prerequisites by Technion faculty. The minimum required grade point average is 80.