More information will soon be available for Summer 2022 research program at Ort Braude!
Spend 3 months conducting research at Ort Braude College in Karmiel Israel. Ort Braude College is an engineering focused school dedicated to teaching, research along with working in cooperation with industry. The Ort Braude Summer Research brochure provides more information on the program. This brochure provides additional general information on research at Ort Braude.
- Pitt student in good academic and behavioral standing
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Be in rising Junior or Senior status at the time of application
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Costs for the program:
Students may take a class at Ort Braude while abroad. Costs are outlined below:
- Airfare (~$1,500-$2,000)
- Transportation costs (city busy pass) (~$352)
- International student Housing for 3 months ( ~$1260)
- International phone/wifi plan- (~$15/month)
- Meals (~$500)
- Travel Tours, 6 of them- $720
- Personal expenses ($~500)
More details on the Summer 2022 reserach program will be available in teh Fall 2021 semester.
You should first apply to Pitt's online application by: Feb 28, 2022
In addition to applying to Pitt Global Experiences through this application portal, you will also be submitting additional materials for the the Ort Braude application/review. Additional materials include:
- Statement of research interest (relating to one of the projects offered)
- Official Transcript -including Fall 2021 grades
- Courses in which you are enrolled for Spring 2022
- Recommendation letter from Pitt faculty member
As a part of the application process, you could be asked to be a part of a SKYPE/zoom interview with our partners at Ort Braude.
These additional materials must be submitted via email attachment to Alicia Olalde or in person to SSOE Global Experience and Engagement office (152 Benedum) by stated deadline. Pitt's application deadline for this program is Feb 28, 2022. Any questions, please contact: Alicia Olalde, SSOE Global Experience and Engagement Office.
Students should review the possible summer 2020 projects (Updated projects are typically posted on this website in Fall semester.)
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