Israel Institute of Technology
Since its founding in 1924 in Haifa, the Technion has educated three generations
of men and women who have played a key role in laying the country's infrastructure
and establishing its crucial defense and high-tech industries. In the new millennium,
the Technion has a role as a science and technology research university, among the
world's top ten, dedicated to the creation of knowledge and the development of human
capital and leadership, for the advancement of the State of Israel and all humanity.
The university offers its 13,000 students degrees in science and engineering, and
related fields such as architecture, medicine, industrial management and education
in an intellectually invigorating environment.
Great emphasis is also placed on its humanities and social science programs, the
incorporation of which take on ever-increasing importance in today's multi-faceted
workplace. But the Technion's goals go beyond providing a well-rounded technical
education. At the institute, scientific instruction is interwoven with professional
ethics, producing leaders sensitive to social and environmental issues.
The Technion - Committed to its role as Israel's top facility for science and technology.