Although it is my alma mater I thought I should point out that its full name is the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology and so only provides technical classes, akin to MIT. When I was there they didn't even have a medical faculty. Although I support that they are "premier" at what they do cover, the claim for premier university would probably be open for challenge by other universities who provide a wider and non-technical range of topics.
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