Technion invites students to expand their horizons and their academic experience by spending parts of their academic careers abroad.
Technion Student Exchange Program allows students to spend a semester abroad at one of Technion’s Partner Universities and receive partial credits toward their Technion degree.
Students must apply for the study abroad program through the Application system
In your application, you may rank up to five universities. We suggest that you choose and rank universities from a range of different academic levels to ensure that you will be accepted into at least one of your chosen schools.
There are only a few GE3 places available for Technion students. If you wish to choose from the GE3 list, simply choose GE3 in the drop-down menu in the online application system. Only top students will be chosen for GE3 slots. Once the Student Exchange Coordinator confirms that you received one of the GE3 slots, you can start the application via the GE3 website and rank your preferred universities in their application system.
The application process occurs once a year.
Registration for the academic year 2024-25 will be closed on December 31, 2023.
Info Session Zoom Recording (Code- I22P1h*%)
You must apply in the Fall of the year before you want to study abroad for both Spring and Winter semesters. Students need to apply during their 3rd semester to spend a semester abroad during their 5th or 6th semester.
For more information regarding the requirements and process, please review the Student Exchange Program Info Session PPT.
To decide which university is the right choice for you, we recommend reviewing the following information:
- Courses catalog – Does the university you are interested in, offer courses that are relevant to your degree?
- Semester dates – Which semester is most suitable for your travels, taking your studies and the Technion semester dates into consideration?
- Cost of living – Will you be able to afford the cost of living in the city where the host university is based?
To answer these questions, please visit the “Incoming Exchange” section of the host university’s website.