Israel provides an exciting environment for MIT students who are looking to be immersed in a face-paced, entrepreneurial culture. Program participants will return to campus with a strong network of professional connections, new perspectives, and vital skills to thrive in our increasingly globalized world.
MISTI’s award-winning international internship program provides a one-of-a-kind, world-class experience for MIT students: the opportunity to gain real-life work experience in leading companies and labs around the world. Best of all, all expenses are paid, including airfare.
The MIT-Israel program matches students and recent graduates with internships and research at leading companies, research labs and universities in Israel. Internships are fully funded and typically last from 3 to 12 months.
Global Teaching Labs
Learn through teaching. GTL challenges MIT students to synthesize and present what they know, work in a team, and communicate with peers of a different cultural background, all while sharing MIT's unique approach to science and engineering education with high school students around the world. GTLs are often thematic and offered in several country options per IAP.
The MISTI Global Teaching Labs offers a unique opportunity for MIT students to teach STEM subjects and Entrepreneurship & Leadership Seminars in Israel.
Global Seed Funds
MIT-Israel seed funds support new collaborations between faculty and research scientists at MIT and their counterparts. The Selection Board has the discretion to access, reassign, and potentially award applications submitted to one fund through another fund. Learn more.
Global Seed Funds for MIT-Israel
MISTI's Global Seed Funds program supports MIT's global engagement by promoting collaborations between MIT faculty and researchers and their counterparts in Israel.
MIT-Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund
MIT- Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund is open to MIT faculty from all disciplines to collaborate with Israeli faculty at one of the following Institutions: Bar-Ilan University; Ben-Gurion University of the Negev; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Tel Aviv University; University of Haifa; and the Weizmann Institute of Science.
The MIT-Israel Lockheed Martin Seed Fund
Through an annual call for proposals, the fund promotes the exchange between faculty and students at MIT and at universities and public research institutions in Israel. This year, special priority will be given to proposals that address Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning and Autonomy & Robotics.
The MIT-Israel Broshy Brain and Cognitive Sciences Fund
The MIT-Israel Broshy Brain and Cognitive Sciences Fund is open to MIT faculty from all disciplines to collaborate with Israeli faculty at all universities and public research institutions in Israel. Applications are required to have a focus on brain and cognitive sciences: the mechanisms of the brain and how they give rise to the mind, in fields including cellular and molecular neuroscience, systems neuroscience, cognitive science, and computation
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Meet the Managing Director
Get in touch with David Dolev, Managing Director, MISTI programs in the Middle East, Associate Director of MISTI, to get your questions answered.
Meet the Program Coordinator
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