Welcome to the New World of Business
In today's rapidly-changing political, economic and business environment your career success will depend on your ability to identify and understand what's coming and then acquire relevant knowledge and appropriate capabilities to face the future. The balance of regional economies, markets, and business opportunities is undergoing a metamorphosis. The People's Republic of China has already overtaken Japan to become the world's second-largest economy, and India has a huge growth potential. This provides new business opportunities and unexpected threats, plus a greater variety of competitors and potential partners in the global marketplace.
About the Program
The University of Haifa’s Faculty of Management and Department of Business Administration offer a unique International MBA Program in English, taught over 16 months, to help you plan and prepare for the emerging managerial challenges. The goal of the program is to provide students with the essential knowledge and skills to help them advance in their careers and become better managers in the increasingly dynamic, complex and competitive environment. The program has a global vision with a regional emphasis on doing business in China, India and Japan.
This International MBA program incorporates leading-edge principles and practices of modern management education, and is taught by world renowned scholars and leading businesspeople from around the world including Israel, China, India, the USA and France.
The program in English is offered to students from diversified backgrounds. This heterogeneity contributes to a fruitful academic atmosphere in the classroom, and provides an opportunity to engage in extensive cross-cultural interaction.
The University of Haifa MBA students come from varied professional, personal and academic backgrounds and they share a great deal in common: maturity, managerial experience, outstanding academic ability and an entrepreneurial spirit. About half the students are Israeli and half from a wide range of countries. The diversity of the participants creates a challenging and stimulating intellectual environment. The projects assigned in the program reflect the creativity that results from the meeting of diverse cultures.
For those students wanting a taste of real international experience, there will be an optional extra Joint International Seminar and/or Business Study Trip to Shanghai.
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