Technion – Israel Institute of Technology is a premier center for science, technology, and applied research, and one of the leading universities of science and engineering in the world. Technion, founded in 1912, is located on Mount Carmel in Haifa, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Technion is ranked 1st in Europe for Artificial Intelligence (CS Rankings)and the most International university in Israel (Times Higher Education). Technion is home to a prominent faculty, among them three recent Nobel laureates, and a long list of notable alumni including engineers, scientists, physicians, professors and entrepreneurs. The institute is a major source of innovation and brainpower that drives the economy. Technion's graduates established Israel’s industrial infrastructure, reinforced its technological defense capabilities and pioneered its technology-based enterprises. These earned the country’s reputation as the “Startup Nation”. Technion has also been acknowledged as one of the world’s leading entrepreneurial ecosystems and became the sixth member of the prestigious Eurotech Universities Alliance, a network of top-tier research-based universities known for their scientific excellence and vibrant innovation ecosystems. Technion offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs taught entirely in English, as well as short programs, research opportunities and internships. Students can benefit from a stimulating environment and state-of-the-art laboratories – among the most advanced of their kind.