Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
- Undergraduate Students
Student Services and Facilities
- International students may not work part-time while they are in Israel, unless it is within the requirements of their individual scholarships/grants.
- About 90% of the buildings on campus can accommodate students with disabilities.
- Additional services are available to students with special needs from the Division for the Advancement of Students.
- ASAT, the Technion Students’ Union, has many events, clubs and cultural activities.
- Technion – Israel Institute of Technology - is a science and technology research university in Haifa, Israel.
- The university is the oldest in Israel. The establishment of a technical school was a first priority to rebuilding a Jewish homeland.
- The Technion was conceived in the early 1990s as a school of engineering and sciences. The university’s cornerstone was laid in 1912, and studies began 12 years later in 1924.
- In 1923, Albert Einstein visited and planted a now-famous palm tree as an initiative of Nobel tradition. It still stands in front of the old Technion building in Hadar.
Notable Alumni and Famous Faces
- Nobel Prize laureates: Avram Hershko (Chemistry, 2004), Aaron Ciechanover (Chemistry, 2004), Dan Shechtman (Chemistry, 2011), and Arieh Warshel (Chemistry, 2013).
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Technion City, Haifa 3200003, Israel