Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

The Iby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering

 

Programs

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering (sm) (0512)
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (Computer and Software Engineering Program) (0512-0368)
  • Dual-degree Program in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Physics (0512-0321)
  • Mechanical Engineering (sm) (0542)
  • Bio-Medical Engineering (sm) (0555)
  • Industrial Engineering and Management (sm) (0573)
  • Combined program in Materials Science and Engineering and Chemistry (0581)

 

Courses of instruction toward the B.Sc. degree in Engineering are based on the semester credit system.  The average completion time of the program is four years.

 

All undergraduate courses in the Faculty are given in Hebrew.

 

Courses of the first four semesters concentrate on the acquisition of the basic tools of mathematics, general studies in the exact sciences, and the fundamentals of engineering. In the fifth and sixth semesters, students take basic engineering courses relevant to their specific engineering discipline. The seventh and eighth semesters are devoted to expanding and advancing professional knowledge, pursuing in-depth specialization, and planning projects in the student's fields of specialization.

 

Graduates of foreign high schools must have successfully completed one pre-academic year of the Mechina in the exact sciences program or one academic year at a university where the program included at least one advanced mathematics course as well as courses in exact sciences.

 

Applicants holding the British GCE must have passed A-level exams in at least two subjects in mathematics and the exact sciences.

 

Applicants holding the Israeli Matriculation (Bagrut) must read  the Hebrew information booklet.

 

Candidates with previous academic studies that include high level courses in mathematics and physics may apply for admittance to an advanced year at the Faculty of Engineering provided they have a satisfactory study record and their minimum grade point average during at least one full year of study and their cumulative grade average is 80.

 

Applicants whose matriculation (or equivalent) grades do not include Physics at a sufficient level (as specified next) will be required to pass a classification exam in Physics. Specifically:

  1. Applicants to the program in Electrical Engineering and the program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences who did not obtain a grade of at least 70 in 5 units of physics will be accepted conditioned on successfully passing the classification exam in Physics with a grade of at least 75, until the beginning of the academic year.
  2. Applicants to the dual program of Electrical Engineering and Physics who did not obtain a grade of at least 75 in 5 units of physics will be accepted conditioned on successfully passing the classification exam in Physics with a grade of at least 85, until the beginning of the academic year. This requirement can also be replaced by obtaining a grade of at least 80 in the courses “Classical Physics 1” and “Classical Physics 2”, given at Tel Aviv University, or by participating in the International Physics Olympics (IPhO) or the Asian Physics Olympics (APhO).
  3. Applicants to the combined program in Materials Science and Engineering and Chemistry  who did not obtain a grade of at least 70 in 5 units of physics will be accepted conditioned on successfully passing the classification exam in Physics with a grade of at least 70, until the beginning of the academic year.
  4. Applicants to the programs for Mechanical Engineering, Industrial and Management Engineering and Bio-Medical Engineering, who did not obtain a grade of at least 70 in 5 units of physics will be accepted conditioned on successfully passing the classification exam in Physics with a grade of at least 70, until the end of the first semester.

Candidates will be accepted conditioned on successfully passing the classification exam in Physics with a grade of at least 70, until the beginning of the academic year.

 

Applicants whose matriculation (or equivalent) exam in Mathematics is with 4 units are required to pass a classification exam in Mathematics by the beginning of the academic year. Applicants who did not pass the exam by the beginning of the academic year may submit a request to start their studies and receive an extension for passing the classification exam.

 

 

The Admissions Committee will consider only candidates who submit the results of their matriculation and a record of the final Mechina (for newcomers only) grades by the end of July 2016.

 

When applying for admission, candidates may list on their application forms only one additional alternative to their first choice and should stipulate if their additional choice is from another faculty.

 

Applicants must take the Psychometric Entrance Examination by March/April 2016 (or by July 2016, in Spanish). Students studying in the Mechina Program for newcomers may take the exam by July 2016.

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