The Honors MBA program at Ben Gurion University of the Negev offers a select cadre of exceptional students a management education comparable to the best business schools in the world and is implemented in cooperation with senior faculty at Columbia University Business School in New York. The program extends over four 12-week semesters concentrated into 13 months of study and is designed for outstanding Israeli and foreign students with top management potential.
As an Honors MBA student you will be immersed in an extremely demanding schedule that emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to all aspects of global management and complete the program equipped with the tools to enter and succeed in a rapidly developing global environment.
The program commences each year in October. In line with the best B-Schools, students are expected to complete 60 credits. The first two semesters focus on the basics of management, such as Economics, Finance, Accounting, Quantitative Methods, Human Resources and Marketing. The remaining semesters are dedicated to advanced studies of management theory and practice, including case studies and analysis of real management dilemmas. Throughout the program, students will visit leading Israeli companies and receive lectures from successful Israeli and international business people.
The modern curriculum is taught by young, dynamic, flexible faculty members supplemented by top international scholars. Several modules are presented by faculty members from Columbia University, Cornell University, The Indian School of Business, University of Toronto, the University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, George Washington University and New York University