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SciTech Summer Program for International Youth accepting applications until March 31

The joint venture between the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology and the Israel National Museum of Science, Technology and Space, SciTech 2023 will take place from July 17 to Aug. 10.

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Exceptional 11th- and 12th-graders with a background in science or engineering are invited to apply for the SciTech 2023 summer program for international youth in Haifa. The joint venture between the Technion–Israel Institute of Technology and the Israel National Museum of Science, Technology and Space, it will take place from July 17 to Aug. 10.

The SciTech summer program gives high school students the opportunity to develop entrepreneurial skills and expand their knowledge in science and technology, including robotics, space, biotechnology, food science and more.

Participants will learn about the Technion’s faculties and research capabilities, as well as meet with some of the university’s top professors. To help students learn about Israel’s rich culture, society and history, the curriculum also includes a social program that will include sightseeing trips in Haifa and other areas of Israel, lectures, sports and activities.

Applications will be accepted until March 31.

Each student will be required to pay a non-refundable $200 registration fee and a $5,200 participation fee, which covers the program tuition, dormitory and cafeteria expenses, a health insurance plan and all program excursions.

For questions, contact: summer@int.technion.ac.il.

For more information and to apply for SciTech 2023, click here.

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The Technion–Israel Institute has long leveraged boundary-crossing collaborations to advance breakthrough research and technologies that impacted the world. Now, with a presence in three countries, the Technion prepares the next generation of global innovators. Technion people, ideas and inventions made immeasurable contributions to the world, innovating in fields from cancer research and sustainable energy to communication theory, quantum technologies, nanotechnology and computer science.
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