Technion ISE

Representative of Technion ISE

  •   Representative of Technion ISE visit to Nepal
    Israel is one of the most sought out destinations for technical studies all over the world.  The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology is among many technical universities and institutes in Israel.  The courses at The Technion Institute are taught in various languages including English.  At The Technion, students can choose among various faculties for undergraduate to post graduate studies. 
    In 2011, the first three students from Nepal went to Israel to study at the Technion International School of Engineering for a undergraduate course with a full scholarship.
    Mr. Ariel Geva, Managing Director from Technion International School of Engineering, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology was in Kathmandu from 25 to 29 March 2012 to speak and give information about The Technion Institute.  During his stay in Kathmandu, Mr. Geva visited higher secondary schools (10+2/ A level) and and also talked about the Technion activities in Nepal.  
    A session was held for parents and high school students at Hotel Shangri La on 29 March 2012 to brief about the Technion Institute and Israel. 
    Technion Institute offers full, partial and paid studies for the students aspiring to study undergraduate and graduate courses at the Institute.

    Mr. Ariel Geva from Technion ISE (left) and Ambassador H.E. Mr. Hanan Goder (right) speaking at the event.
    Professors and students associated with Engineers Without Border-Technion are also involved in voluntary activities in Nepal.  Technion has plans for student exchange programs with Nepali universities from next summer onwards.
    The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, founded in 1912, is a public research university in Haifa, Israel.  The university offers degrees in science and engineering and related fields such as architecture, medicine, industrial management and education.  Technion is ranked among the top technological institutes in the world and has a distinguished faculty including two Nobel prize winning scientists.
    More information on The Technion Institute can be viewed in the official Technion website: