The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
The Odyssey Program at the Technion includes a multidisciplinary track that focuses on the sciences and engineering.
Studies include academic courses (accumulated credits will remain valid up until 5 years after students complete their army service), science workshops, enrichment courses and the development of individual capabilities, such as time management, teamwork and more. In addition to the group program, each Program student is able to take additional academic courses on their own, according to their grades and subsequent eligibility. And, aside from the fixed program, the Program will also include intensive days, workshops and joint activities with all Program participants from across the country, including over the holidays and during summer vacation.
Click here to visit The Technion’s Odyssey Website.
The Odyssey Program differs according to which academic institution students attend. To know exactly what the Odyssey Program at The Technion includes, click here.
The multidisciplinary track
The Technion has chosen to expose its multidisciplinary track students to a variety of information sources in the fields of life sciences, exact sciences and engineering, so as to enable them to expand their knowledge, challenge them with high-level academic studies and enable them to make an educated profession choice down the line. This exposure enables the students to become acquainted with scientific language in a variety of science and engineering fields.
The Program includes a variety of courses and workshops that delve into different fields, including mathematics (high-order thinking), robotics, biology, astrophysics, chemistry, aeronautics, algebra, computer science, debate and more.
Further information about the track’s content will be provided to the students and their families, later on during The admissions process.
Program Timetable (Multidisciplinary Track):
9th grade - Wednesdays between 9:00 - 19:10
10th grade - Wednesdays between 9:00 - 19:10, and Fridays between 8:30- 14:00
11th - 12th grades - Wednesdays between 9:00 - 19:10
The Admissions Process
Please reserve all of the following dates, and regularly check The Technion’s Odyssey website for updates.
The admissions process for the Program’s 2021 academic year is as follows:
The admissions process is intended for 8th grade students. Studies begin when they are in the 9th grade.
The admissions process includes four stages, which take place according to the dates indicated below:
Registration for the program via the Future Scientists website is between the following dates: 17.11.19 - 19.01.20
The first national test, the Future Scientists Test - will take place on 28.01.2020 between 9:00 and 18:00.
The second test - The Technion’s admissions test - Will take place on 26.03.2020.
The summer preparatory admissions course - Will take place on the following dates: 22.6.2020 - 14.7.2020, from 8:00 to 17:00, on Mondays and Thursdays. Click here to for further details.
Candidates can download a workbook with examples and explanations, to help prepare for the exam. Click here to download the workbook in Hebrew, or here to download it in Arabic.
Please read the instructions and explanations carefully, so as to be prepared ahead of the test.
Click here to view other important information about the test in Hebrew.
Click here to view other important information about the test in Arabic.
Attention Arabic speakers! The national admissions exam will be held in Arabic in addition to in Hebrew, but the remainder of the process and the Program itself will be held in Hebrew. As such, it is recommended that you attend a dedicated course that was developed by Matach (The Centter for Educational Technology) to help improve and practice your Hebrew. Click here.
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لذا يُنصح بأخذ دورة خاصة تم تطويرها في مركز التعليم التكنولوجي لممارسة اللغة العبرية بشكل شخصي ومستقل: اضغط هنا
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A recommendation from their high school.
An exceptional report card.
Successful passing of all admissions exams.
Successful completion of the summer preparatory admissions course.
The Program’s staff reserves the rights to invite candidates and their parents to an individual meeting/interview, as part of the admissions process.
The Program’s Staff
Program Coordinator- Ms. Tal Ne’eman
Academic Principal- Dr. Ilael Bar
The Technion will provide regular and organized shuttle busses for the Program’s participants. The shuttles will travel between the Technion and the “Lev HaMifratz” train station, according to the Program’s schedule. Students are responsible for making their way to and from the pick-up points, on their own and at their own expense.