What kinds of professions might require this degree?

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a profession that creatively utilizes mathematics and science to solve practical problems in electricity, electronics and related areas. The goal of the Electrical Engineering program at TAU is to provide students with a practical, hands-on education that emphasizes applications.

The Program prepares students to advance in their chosen careers in industry, academia, and public institutions, by developing their ability to formulate and solve engineering problems and design and analyze electrical components and systems. In common with other top-ranking engineering departments, it aims to provide a professional training with a sound theoretical foundation. From the outset practical work, including design, is given a high profile and the Department's exceptionally extensive links with industry ensure continuing relevance.

What is the projected class size?

In order to provide every student with the attention he or she deserves, each class has between 40-70 students.

Are scholarships available? What kind of financial assistance is available to me?

The International School of Engineering has dedicated funds available for need-based and merit-based scholarships. For further information, see our Financial Resources page.

Will I be able to work while attending the program?

Due to the intensive nature of our curriculum, scheduling dedicated time for employment may be difficult. Regular classes take place five days a week; in the case of condensed courses with visiting faculty, one class may meet multiple times each week for the duration of two or four weeks. In addition, our curriculum runs parallel to academics and includes workshops, guest lecturers, site visits, interest group activities and one-on-one counseling.

Students are expected to prioritize their studies and the professional development activities. If you are intent on holding a part-time job, we advise you to take special care when scheduling work hours; you must be responsible for all of your course-work and group projects and be flexible with regards to the ebb and flow of our intense academic workload.

It is also important to note that students on a Student Visa to Israel are forbidden from working according to the laws of the State of Israel. In order to work legally in Israel, you must to obtain a work visa or be an official Israeli citizen or resident.

Do you provide career services?

An important element of the program is our Professional Development Curriculum which runs parallel to academic studies. Throughout the year, we hold events and travel to visit many organizations. Students will have the opportunity to network with potential partners and employers, as well as receive one-on-one career counseling. Further details can be found on the Career Services section of our website.

Students who are interested in internships for the duration of their studies are also encouraged to be in touch with our Professional Development staff. We’re happy to help you find potential internship opportunities and assist you in preparing your CV/resume for circulation in Israel.

Is the Program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering a MASA program?

The program is a MASA program.

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