Welcome to our online press kit that contains information about the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, consistently ranked among the world’s leading science and technology universities. Home to the country’s first winners of the Nobel Prize in science, the Technion commands a worldwide reputation for its pioneering work in nanotechnology, computer science, biotechnology, energy, water-resource management, medicine, drug development, and aerospace.

Headquartered in New York City, the American Technion Society (ATS) promotes scientific and technological research and education at the Technion.

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Media Contacts

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Technion Fast Facts 2015

  • Founded: 1912
  • Student Population: 14,286
  • Research Centers: 60
  • Academic Departments: 18
  • Buildings on Campus: 91
  • Undergraduate Programs: 50
  • Graduate Programs: 83
  • Degrees Awarded: 107,400
  • Faculty: 553