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University of Haifa

Offered by University at Albany

Israel

Locations:  Israel (Haifa)

This program begins with a four-to six-week ulpan consisting of intensive Hebrew language study for fall and academic year participants. Students choose from a variety of courses including phsycology, archeology, communications, English literature, Hebrew/Arabic culture, history, humanities, language study, law, literature, marine archeology, philosophy, politics, religion, and sociology. Students who demonstrate a near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses. Field trips are offered. Volunteer opportunities, internships, and an honors program in psychology are available for qualified students. Housing in dormitories.

Academic Fields:  Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, And Related Sciences; Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services; History; Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities; Philosophy And Religious Studies; Psychology

Eligibility: Juniors, Seniors and exceptional Sophomores, 2.7 GPA (SUNY students only)

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 12 N/A
Spring 12 N/A
Academic Year (Available) N/A N/A

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Offered by University at Albany

Israel

Locations:  Israel (Jerusalem)

This program begins with a six- to seven-week ulpan for fall and academic year participants and a three- to four-week ulpan for spring participants, both consisting of intensive Hebrew language study. Students choose from a variety of courses in Judaic Studies and Modern Israel or select their own program from courses offered at the Rothberg School for Overseas Students. Additional fields of study include agriculture, anthropology, archeology, business, earth sciences, ecology, economics, environmental studies, fine arts, geography, Hebrew and Arabic culture, history, humanities, language study, law, literature, natural science, philosophy, physical sciences, political science, psychology, religion, social sciences, sociology, and women's studies. Hebrew University requires students to enroll in a Hebrew language course each semester. Students who demonstrate near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses. Field trips are planned. Internships and volunteer opportunities are available. Housing in dormitories.

Academic Fields:  Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, And Related Sciences; Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services; History; Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities; Philosophy And Religious Studies; Psychology

Eligibility: Juniors, Seniors and exceptional Sophomores, 3.0 GPA (SUNY students only)

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 15 N/A
Spring 15 N/A
Academic Year (Available) N/A N/A

Tel Aviv University

Offered by University at Albany

Israel

Locations:  Israel (Tel Aviv)

This program begins with a four-to six-week ulpan for fall and academic year participants and a three- to four-week ulpan for spring participants, both consisting of intensive Hebrew language study. Students choose from a variety of courses in archeology, business, ecology, economics, environmental studies, fine arts, Hebrew/Arabic culture, history, humanities, language, law, literature, natural and physical sciences, philosophy, politics, religion, and women's studies. Students who demonstrate near-native ability in Hebrew may take regular university courses. Field trips are offered. Volunteer opportunities and an honors program in Middle Eastern and Israeli studies available for qualified students. Housing in dormitories.

Academic Fields:  Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, And Related Sciences; Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services; History; Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities; Philosophy And Religious Studies; Psychology

Eligibility: Juniors, Seniors and exceptional Sophomores, 3.0 GPA (SUNY students only)

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall 12 N/A
Spring 12 N/A
Academic Year (Available) N/A N/A

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Offered by University at Albany

Israel

Locations:  Israel (Haifa)

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is Israel’s premier center of science, technology and applied research. Ranked among the top 50 technology universities in the world, Technion is home to 18 faculties, and over 60 advanced research centers and institutes, and a distinguished faculty of over 600, including three Nobel laureates. Technion graduates have brought the unique skills and penchant for innovation which helped conceive and consolidate the modern State of Israel – commonly acknowledged to be the “Start-Up Nation.”


The Study Abroad program at Technion, open to SUNY students only, provides international students with a unique opportunity to experience engineering excellence at one of the world’s most innovative universities, while preparing them to excel in their future academic and professional careers. The Study Abroad program is offered through Technion International and is taught in English and offers a challenging and intensive course load that can be tailored to meet each student’s specific interests as well as ensuring their ability to meet specific prerequisites or course requirements for their home universities or prospective graduate or advanced studies. Courses are offered in fields of:

• Engineering and Science
• Entrepreneurship and Innovation
• Medicine
• Humanities


SUMMER PROGRAM


Entrepreneurship & Innovation
The Technion Entrepreneurship and Innovation Summer School is an advanced month-long program for tech minded students seeking to develop ideas into a start-up or work in an entrepreneurial environment in fields like software, big data, cyber world, online media and related areas. Conducted in English, it is suited to students studying all fields of engineering, computer science, business, communications and other related disciplines.
This full month program aims to present the full circle of the entrepreneurship innovation cycle and eco-system, which includes:

  • The entrepreneur (me)
  • The organization (the company)
  • The eco-system of entrepreneurship (society)

All aspects of the entrepreneurship phenomena and eco-system from both an academic and practical standpoint will be addressed, as well as the economic value of innovative firms, the entrepreneurial capital formation process, and the migration of managed economies towards entrepreneurial economies. Later, the various financing mechanisms of start-up firms focusing on VC structure and operation will be examined.
 

Academic Fields:  Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services (Computer Science) ; Engineering (Biomedical/Medical Engineering) ; Engineering (Civil Engineering) ; Engineering (Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering) ; Engineering (Engineering Mechanics) ; Engineering (Engineering, Other) ; Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences (Medicine (MD)) ; Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities (Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities)

Language of Instruction:  English, Hebrew

Eligibility: Sophomores and above with a 3.0 GPA or above

Program Type: Study Abroad


Term Information
Term Undergraduate Credits Graduate Credits Application Deadline
Fall (Semester) 12 - 19 N/A April 1
Spring (Semester) 12 - 19 N/A October 1
Academic Year (Academic Year) 24 - 28 N/A April 1
Summer (5 weeks) 3 - 9 N/A April 1
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The programs listed on this site are subject to change as we continually strive to enhance our offerings. If you are interested in a program, please contact the SUNY campus responsible for the specific program to obtain the most up-to-date information. For other questions please send an email to studyabroad@suny.edu