In order to register for studies at the Technion’s Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Engineering, preparation should be made already in high school. The best preparation is studying courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, as well as developing independent study habits. Emphasis on these points will facilitate acceptance to the biotechnology and food engineering study track and the study program at the Technion.
The “sechem” may be calculated using the high school matriculation exam grade and the psychometric exam grade to determine if you meet current entrance qualifications.
Candidates interested in supplementing or improving their high school matriculation certificate by studying 5 study units of mathematics, 5 study units of physics and 5 study units of English should turn to the “Mechina” at the Technion’s Center for Pre-university Education.
Additional questions about schedules, registration procedures, etc. may be found on the Technion’s Registration and Admissions website.