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3 reasons to study an online MBA in Tel Aviv

By Chloe L

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There are many benefits of studying an online MBA at university in Israel’s Tel Aviv. Students can tap into the unique expertise of academics and business leaders who live and work in this diverse, vibrant city. 

Tel Aviv University’s Coller School of Management was the first university in Israel to offer an online MBA. An AACSB accredited business school, Coller School of Management is a global hub for excellence in multidisciplinary research, management, and entrepreneurship, making it the ideal Middle Eastern university to study your online MBA. 

Here are three reasons why you should consider an online MBA at Tel Aviv University. 

Experience the benefits of a university located in one of the world’s largest tech-hubs  

Tel Aviv is often referred to as the Start-Up City, boasting more start-ups per capita than any other city in the world, particularly in the technology industry.  It is the home of several successful, well-known start-ups, including Wix, Mindspace, SodaStream and Gett.  

To reflect the city’s start-up culture, Tel Aviv University’s Online MBA’s curriculum is firmly rooted in innovation and technology, taught by leading faculty members and professionals who live and work in Tel Aviv.  

To succeed in business it’s not enough to simply be a great thinker, according to Tel Aviv University’s Online MBA Academic Director, Dr. Shai Harel. Leaders of today have to be responsive, proactive, and adaptive – and most importantly, inspire others to do likewise. To achieve that, experimentation is key. 

As part of the online MBA, students will have the option to work in a team to design a business solution and then implement it, applying frameworks, critiques, and theoretical models to real business solutions.  

Dr. Harel said: “We wish to provide our students with knowledge on how to become thinkers, problem solvers and insight creators.  

“We aim to make a significant change in our students’ professional lives by combining theory and hands-on experience.” 

Develop an international business perspective  

Israel is located in the Mediterranean basin, with connections to Africa and close ties with other Middle Eastern locations. This makes Tel Aviv the ideal location to learn about international business practices and experience a completely diverse perspective. 

Business practices in the Middle East can often differ from the norms in other locations, such as Europe or North America. 

For example, there is also divide between personal and professional life in the Arab world, and generally face to face meetings are preferred instead of email or telephone.  

To incorporate Israel’s culture into the curriculum, students will have the option to study a Doing Business in Israel residency. Students will gain a comprehensive view into the Israeli business environment, integrating academic perspective and insights with a hands-on introduction into the dynamics of the business field. 

Customise your online MBA to meet your career goals 

One of the key draws of an online MBA is its flexibility and pursuing an advanced business degree at an international business school will prepare you to work in a variety of leadership roles.  

The Tel Aviv Online MBA is customisable and taught by leading faculty and research professionals, making it the perfect way to reach the next step of your career. Candidates will gain valuable insights into the international business world and can adapt their studies to fit with their career goals. 

The degree takes two to five years to complete and is made up of a combination of core courses and a choice of mandatory and elective courses, finishing with a project.  

Candidates have the option to start the programme in either March, July, or October. There are three possible management specialisations to choose from: 

  • General management: Covers a combination of essential management, marketing, technical skills, and entrepreneurship. 
  • Technology and information management: Covers some of the core MBA content combined with principles and tools required in today’s advanced technological environments. 
  • Marketing management in a digital world: Covers marketing strategies, identifying market trends, targeting potential audiences, and developing digital channels of communication. 

The combination of innovative coursework, multi-disciplinary skill development and practical experience will ensure you can become a successful leader an international business environment.  

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