at University of Haifa, Israel
WITH FOCUS ON ASIA
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 up and then acquire relevant knowledge and appropriate capabilities to face the future. East Asia is steadily growing in importance, and with it business opportunities. The People's Republic of China has already overtaken Japan to become the world's second-largest economy, and India has enormous growth potential.
This provides new business opportunities and unexpected challenges, plus a greater variety of competitors and potential partners in the global marketplace. To help you plan and prepare for the emerging managerial encounters, the University of Haifa's Faculty of Management Department of Business Administration offers a unique International MBA Program in English. The goal of the program is to provide students with the essential knowledge and skills that will 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 East Asia (China, India and Japan).
The 14 months long program is taught in English over six consecutive periods of 9 weeks strating October. Upon completion of the program, students will be awarded a Master of Business Administration.
Empower students with the core knowledge, competencies, and skills that will prepare them for a global management career rapidly evolving within the increasingly dynamic, complex, and competitive international business environment.
Introduce students to the world's strongest and fastest growing economies: China and India.
Big Data, Social Media, Information and E-Business
International Business Negotiations
Ethics West and East
Culture, Economy and Business Development in China
Culture, Economy and Business Development in Japan and Korea
Culture, Economy and Business Development in India
* The curriculum is subject to change without notice