(does not include the exam week):
October 22, 2017 – January 26, 2018
March 18 - June 28, 2018
July 15 – September 6, 2018
A one-year MBA in Entrepreneurship
The International MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is designed to train a select group of students with the knowledge and skills for successfully adapting to emerging business trends. Students acquire tools for creating services and products that are suitable for global markets. They benefit from this unique opportunity to study in Israel, a country widely viewed as a hub of innovation, hi-tech firms, and start-ups. In addition, students gain value beyond the classroom through a professional internship, networking with faculty and exploring the Israeli business hub.
Students have the benefit of learning from internationally acclaimed experts, who are at the forefront of research in their fields. A rich extracurricular activities program is offered, including tours, cultural and social events, lectures and more.
Check out this cool video about the Hebrew University.
The program consists of 48 credits taken over three consecutive semesters (autumn, spring and summer), as well as a professional internship during all three semesters. Advanced elective courses will be offered in the following clusters:
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation
- Global Aspects of Finance
- Globalization and Management
In addition, interested participants will have the opportunity to take courses on Israeli society and culture.
Sample Course List
- Organizational Behavior
- Business Strategy
- Quantitative Models
- Startups and Innovation: The Israeli Model
- New Product Policy
- Stock Markets and Financial Systems Around the World
- Business Markets and Economic Growth in East Asia
- International Business Strategy
As part of the international MBA, students will take part in a year-long internship at companies with proven evidence of entrepreneurship and innovation. The main goal of the internship course is to allow students to analyze business processes while gaining practical experience at these leading technological and consulting firms.
Interns will be positioned in one of several organizations with which our program collaborates, such as Intel, Amdox, SIT, Lotem and Linkedin, where they will spend one day a week, from October to July. They will take part in organizational tasks and procedures, such as financial analyses and procedures, assisting in HR-related issues, taking part in marketing efforts, joining research and development processes etc. Interns will also meet regularly at the university with the internship course teacher, in the form of an interactive workshop to discuss and analyze their experiences at the firm, using theoretical frameworks from business studies, providing meaningful links between theory and practice.
The Jerusalem School of Business Administration
In today's business environment, executives must cope with volatility and high levels of uncertainty. The Jerusalem School of Business Administration, Israel's leading business school prepares its graduates to meet these challenges and gives them the tools that will enable them to lead and succeed. Visit the school's website.