Ben Gurion University introduces MBA International programme

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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Israel has announced the launch of a new course within its MBA International programme for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic session. This innovative, one-year study program will be conducted entirely in English, combining a comprehensive academic curriculum that encompasses both theoretical knowledge and practical application, with a suite of extracurricular activities designed to enhance the overall MBA experience.

The course is strategically designed to spotlight key areas such as innovation, entrepreneurship, and social enterprise, not only on the global stage but also within the local context. It aims to leverage the entrepreneurial energy and growth dynamics currently propelling the Negev region and Israel at large. “The program highlights innovation, entrepreneurship, and social enterprise on the international level, as well as on the local front, tapping into the entrepreneurial spirit and momentum driving the incredible growth in the Negev region and throughout Israel,” stated an official release from the university.

A unique feature of this MBA program is its commitment to creating an intimate and diverse learning environment. This approach allows students to not only gain from a rich academic experience but also significantly expand their professional and international networks. Through this blend of rigorous academic training and enriching extracurricular opportunities, BGU aims to cultivate a new generation of leaders equipped to make substantial contributions in the realms of business and society on both a local and global scale.

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