Technion Israel Institute of Technology is Israel’s biggest science-technology universities and one of the largest centres of applied research in the world. The future is being shaped at the Technion in 18 departments. From excellence in teaching to cutting-edge research, Technion offers more than 50 undergraduate programmes and more than 60 graduate programmes in engineering, science, medicine, architecture, education and management. Technion was responsible for Israel’s first Nobel prizes in science. It is also a vital centre of national and international outreach, with a superb range of programmes promoting science, technology and entrepreneurship for young people across the world.