Taught entirely in English by world renowned Technion faculty, the prestigious BSc in Civil Engineering program trains future engineers to meet the infrastructure creation and modernization challenges of the 21st century. The program exposes students to structural, economic, and construction management aspects of the physical and natural built environment, water resources planning, geoinformatics and transportation engineering. Students also study the underlying applications of science and engineering to the improvement and preservation of natural resources through the deployment of clean technologies and infrastructure and renewable resource alternatives.
Option of Transferring to Regular Technion Programs (in Hebrew)
Students who have successfully completed the first year (Freshman Year) of the program have the option of transferring into a regular undergraduate study track in Hebrew offered by other engineering and science faculties at the university, provided their Hebrew language skills are sufficient according to Technion policies. Internal Faculty Transfer Students enrolled in a Technion International program who would like to transfer to another Technion faculty are responsible for inquiring with the faculty in question about its transfer requirements.
*Students can also apply to transfer their Technion credits to a university of their choice.
The BSc degree in Civil Engineering is comprised of at least 155.5 academic credits and can be completed in 4 years.
Commencement Date: August 2018
Attending Orientation Week is compulsory
Technion International also provides a comprehensive Orientation Week designed to familiarize students with the campus and surrounding neighborhoods, and to provide a general guide to student life in Israel. The Orientation Program covers essentials such as opening an Israeli bank account, getting a cell phone plan, navigating around Haifa, and more.
Commencement Date: August 2018
|0||Preparation Period – Basic Math, Physics and Hebrew Courses|
|1||Math, Physics, Chemistry, Hebrew and Basic Science Courses|
|2-5||Engineering and Science Fundamentals|
|6-8||Civil Engineering Specialization Courses|
Students are housed in private rooms in Technion’s new dormitory complex consisting of five-person furnished apartment units, shared with international peers. Living on campus, they will enjoy a vibrant and welcoming student community, which will help them easily integrate into life at Technion.
* Opening of the program is contingent on the number of registered students.
** The program is subject to changes, at the discretion of TI.
Application and Admission Process
Orientation week starts August 2018
Academic program starts August 2018
Application deadline: June 1, 2018
Application deadline for students taking the GaoKao: July 5, 2018
To begin your application process, click “Apply Now“ to launch the online application system.
Contact for admission inquiries or additional questions: Mrs. Eloise Thorpe Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: +972-77-887-1768
What We Look For
Technion invests in tomorrow’s engineering leaders and is thereby committed to attracting and admitting the best and the brightest. Admission decisions take into account an applicant’s academic performance in math/science as well as their ambitions, excitement and extra-curricular talents and achievements.
YOUR APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:
- Completed Application Form including a passport sized photo
- Health Declaration Form
- Secondary school diploma and transcripts over the span of 3 years (students should have a strong background in math and science). Physics background mandatory.
- Two teacher recommendation letters *
- Standardized test (SAT or ACT or AST or Gau Kao (Science)
- Physics must be taken in High School
- Personal essay
- Students who are non-native English speakers must also submit English proficiency test scores, either TOEFL or IELTS – optional (see below for required minimum and recommended score)
- $100 (USD) non-refundable application fee
* An original copy must be sent to the Admissions Office directly from the evaluator. At least one letter should be from a mathematics or science teacher.
English Proficiency Tests
Since the academic program at Technion International is taught entirely in English, applicants are recommended to demonstrate their English proficiency before they enroll. Applicants from high-schools where English is not the primary language of instruction are required to submit official copies of their scores on the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or an equivalent test, such as the IELTS (International English Language Testing System), the SAT Reasoning, or ACT Plus Writing Test. We will hold an English proficiency test at Shantou and Beijing, China. Dates for these tests will be announced in advance.
Required Scores on English Proficiency Tests
|TOEFL – Paper Based Test (PBI)||600||550|
|TOEFL – Computer Based Test (CBT)||230||188|
|TOEFL- Internet Based Test (IBT)||85||80|
Candidates applying from the USA or from high schools taught according to the American system, must take a standardized test (SAT or ACT) before applying. Technion International has minimum test score requirements for the math section as detailed below. Those who take subject tests may send their results in as well.
Required Scores on Standardized Tests
|Recommended Math||Minimum Math|
|SAT- Math section||700||660|
|ACT- Math section||30||28|
The BSc Program in Civil Engineering welcomes transfer students from other universities. Transfer students are subject to the same application requirements as first-year students. To receive credit or exemptions for courses taken elsewhere, transfer students must submit a detailed syllabus in English of each course in question. Decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
|Registration Fee (non-refundable)||$ 100 (USD)|
|Tuition (per year)||$ 15,000 (USD)|
|On-Campus Housing (per year)||$ 4,000 (USD)|
|Health Insurance & Other Student Fees (per year)||$ 1,000 (USD)|
*Fees are subject to change. **Scholarships are available based on academic merit and socio-economic background.
Please note that tuition fees do not cover applicants’ airfare to and from Israel or the cost of textbooks. Students should expect to spend between $500-$600 USD each month on food, travel and other basic expenses (not including housing, detailed above). Additional expenses include Student Association costs and security charges.
* Opening of the program in any year is contingent on the number of registered students.
** The program is subject to changes, at the discretion of TI.
*This is an example of what the academic program could look like*
|Winter/Fall Semester (1)||Spring Semester (2)|
|125001||General Chemistry||104003||Differential and Integral Calculus 1|
|324065||Hebrew 2||014008||Graphical Engineering Information|
|324069||Hebrew 33||324070||Hebrew 44|
|014103||Introduction to Engineering Mechanics|
|104019||Linear Algebra M|
|Winter/Fall Semester (3)||Spring Semester (4)|
|014104||Strength of Materials 1||014108||Statics of Structures 1|
|104004||Differential and Integral Calculus 2||014214||Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics|
|234112||Introduction to Computer Language C||014703||Introduction to Transportation Planning|
|014841||Fundamentals of Mapping and Surveying 1||104131||Differential Equations|
|014730||Introduction to Transportation Systems||014006||Introduction to Numerical Analysis|
|014405||Engineering Geology||014505||Building Materials|
|Winter/Fall Semester (5)||Spring Semester (6)|
|094480||Statistics and Probability||014005||Engineering Laboratory|
|014409||Geomechanics||014617||Planning and Control of Construction Projects|
|014006||Introduction to Numerical Analysis||014610||Construction Methods|
|014730||Introduction to Transportation Systems||014613||Human Resource Management in Construction|
|014606||Introduction to Construction Management||014320||Water Chemistry|
|014212||Introduction to Hydrological Engineering||014325||Design of Water and Wastewater Systems|
|014322||Water and Wastewater Treatment||394800||Sport|
|Winter/Fall Semester (7)||Spring Semester (8)|
|014004||Systems Analysis||014309||Water and Wastewater Technologies (Environmental Engineering C)|
|114053||Physics 3||015017||Earthmoving Equipment & Systems|
|014615||Introduction to Financial Management||014613||Human Resource Management in Construction|
|016213||Hydraulic Engineering||016203||Water Resources Systems Engineering|
|014305||Environmental Engineering Laboratory||016302||Air Pollution|
|014609||Mechanization in Construction||014301||Project 2 – Environmental Engineering|
|014148||Project 1 – Construction Management||014703||Introduction to Transportation Planning|
There is a steady growing global demand for engineers today. Many engineering fields, specifically civil, transportation and water engineering, are expanding and can provide tremendous career opportunities for trained professionals. As a Technion graduate, you will easily find your place in this wide and profitable arena. Civil engineers are needed in all urban and rural areas and are employed in the private, public, and government sectors. Career options include: building control surveyor, consulting civil engineer, contracting civil engineer, site engineer, structural engineer, water engineer, building services engineer, engineering geologist, environmental consultant, etc.
Technion is dedicated to developing your future
Technion International provides pre-graduation career planning assistance through intensive career development seminars and meetings with industry leaders and experts geared towards helping students polish their resumes and preparing them for job interviews. Career exploration and counseling on how to find a job on the international market and on how to find academic opportunities in leading universities around the world are also offered. We have helped place our graduates at leading universities including MIT, Stanford, Imperial College London and others.