STUDY IN CANADA

International Business Courses

At the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management

Apply for the two international flagship programs of the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management!

We are pleased to announce the opening of two prestigious international programs in collaboration with leading schools in Canada - the Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba and Ivey Business School at Western University.

To apply, send us your CV and grade transcript. Please specify which program you are interested in.

ABOUT THE PROGRAMS

Elective 3-credit course

Four weeks

Begin in Canada at the end of April and end in Israel in mid-May

Study with Canadian students

Led by a Canadian and an Israeli lecturer

In English

Visit international companies and meet with senior industry executives

Participation Fee: 1500-2000 ₪ (depending on the program)

Additional Costs: 1000-1500 ₪ (for food, transportation, social activities, etc.)

Asper School of Business

The program focuses on sustainability in International Management. It starts in Canada on 29/4, returns to Israel on 12/5 and finishes on 24/5.

Ivey Business School

The program focuses on Startup Management. It starts in Canada on 25/4, returns to Israel on 5/5 and finishes on 22/5.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I had the opportunity to study abroad in an unfamiliar environment, which encouraged me to adapt more quickly to changes and get to know new cultures.

Gili Malinovitch

ELIGIBILITY

For Management Students:

  • Second-year students only

  • Average of 85 or higher (For double-track students, this can be the overall average or the average in management alone)

For Hotels & Tourism Management Students:

  • Second-year or third-year students, including students from the Eilat campus

  • Average of 85 or higher 

For Health Systems Management Students:

  • Second-year students only

  • Average of 85 or higher 

All students must have an English exemption or have completed Advanced English B by the beginning of the second semester. Students who have not obtained the exemption will be required to pass an English test. The test focuses on reading comprehension only, but is at a higher level than the AMIR test.

It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I had the opportunity to study abroad in an unfamiliar environment, which encouraged me to adapt more quickly to changes and get to know new cultures and different ways of learning.

Gili Malinovitch

LEARN MORE

Join us for two information sessions

8/1 @ 11:00

9/1 @ 11:00

Tech Hub (Room 001), Building 15

To apply, send us your CV and transcript by 11/1. Please specify which course you are interested in.

Selected students will be asked to come in for an interview in English on 21/1 between 14:00 and 17:00.

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