Because you'll leverage your existing knowledge & skills and acquire new tools to help you handle emerging business trends in global markets.
The goal of the Jerusalem Business School is to develop the next generation of business leaders. To this end, during the course of The International StartUp 360° MBA, our students take part in internships at top companies, and get the opportunity to pitch to VCs looking to invest in businesses with true potential. These unique and invaluable experiences stand our graduates in good stead to find excellent jobs and succeed as entrepreneurs in their own right.
Since the School was established in 1952, our graduates have been hired by leading companies in a range of sectors, including Google, Facebook, HP, Pfizer, IBM, IsraCard, Cisco Systems, SodaStream, Deloitte.
Our highly successful mentorship program gives students the opportunity to be mentored by a graduate of the Jerusalem Business School who has gone on to hold a senior position in industry or the public sector.
All our mentors are happy to share the benefit of their experience to help you, through networking, development of soft skills, introductions to companies and open positions, as well as advising on specific issues you may have in the early stages of your professional path.
Each mentor is assigned up to five ‘mentees’, and meets with them every month or two throughout the year, both in a group and individually. These meetings may take a variety of forms, from discussions about interpersonal relationships at work, to tours of high-tech companies - depending on the nature of the group and the mentor themselves.
To ensure that students are paired with the mentor best suited to them and their areas of interest, there is an online application process, followed by a telephone interview.
Ranked as one of the Top Business Schools, with 4 Palmes of Excellence, by global higher education ranking and rating agency, Eduniversal.
The Hebrew University at Jerusalem Israel is recognized for its excellence around the world.
In 2019, the University was proud to be accredited by AACSB International, the world’s largest business education alliance which recognizes institutions that have demonstrated a focus on excellence in all areas, including teaching, research, curriculum development, and student learning.
The Jerusalem Business School itself is recognized as being the top academic business school in Israel according to international rankings. Global higher education ranking and rating agency, Eduniversal, has awarded JBS 4 Palmes of Excellence.
Our annual meeting of JBS alumni is an opportunity for alumni to enjoy networking, workshops and lectures.
Check out our social media channels to stay up to date about upcoming conventions, conferences and even job openings.
We have representatives in China and India, both graduates of the program, who are happy to answer any questions you may have about studying at JBS:
Mr. Keith Soares – Head of Alumni Relations in India.
Mrs. Guo Yonghong – Head of Alumni Relations in China.
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Jerusalem, capital of the startup nation, is at the cutting edge of high-tech research and development, and an international center for entrepreneurship.
One of the most diverse cities in the world, Jerusalem gives you a unique experience like no other city on the world. It's modern and thriving, but with ancient traditions and a wealth of culture, so you can learn and grow both academically and personally.
Jerusalem’s position at the heart of innovation in Israel is reflected in the various programs available here to support entrepreneurs and startups, including:
- Made in JLM - an award-winning, grassroots nonprofit organization that offers courses, funding, events and more, with the goal of transforming and positioning Jerusalem as one of the top innovative cities in the world.
- HUJI Innovate - the Hebrew University’s platform for encouraging and assisting students, faculty and alumni in developing their innovation and entrepreneurship capabilities and the ideation and development of new solutions for real-world problems, while fostering a vibrant ecosystem that helps accelerate the creation of new ventures.
- MassChallenge - a non-profit organizationheadquartered in the US with locations in Boston, Israel, Mexico, Rhode Island, Switzerland and Texas, which strengthens the global innovation ecosystem by accelerating high-potential startups across all industries, from anywhere in the world, taking zero equity.
- Jnext - Jnext is a governmental joint initiative, established with the goal of developing and promoting entrepreneurship and the innovation ecosystem in Jerusalem while making the city a congenial, supportive place for start-ups on a global level. Jnext promotes these objectives by supporting platforms that create original projects and encourage independent initiatives to develop the entrepreneurial community while reinforcing cooperation between Jerusalem’s outstanding academic environment and the innovation scene.
The Jerusalem Business School
Today's constantly-evolving business environment is characterized by volatility and high levels of uncertainty. Recognizing this, we equip our students with knowledge and tools that enable them to be dynamic and flexible, and to become not just successful business-people in their own right, but leaders of the business world.
Since its establishment in 1952, JBS has been pushing the boundaries of knowledge in the field of business management.
Our faculty is made up of top-ranking academics and professionals, lecturers at the forefront of knowledge in their fields, who received their own academic training at the world's top universities.
Our teaching combines theoretical academic research delivered through teaching materials and techniques that are both informative and impactful, with real-world application to provide students with hands-on experience and an opportunity to network with people within the industry.
Our students come from around the world, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and experience. This high level of academic achievement, together with diversity of culture and perspective, creates huge value, both in the classroom and beyond.
Our alumni are innovative and creative executives with a global outlook, capable of analyzing complex problems in real time, and making and implementing the right decisions, even under challenging conditions. It is this ability to think critically and take firm action that earns them positions in leading global companies, both in Israel and around the world.
The high demand for our graduates in the labor market is testament to the caliber of students we accept, and the quality of learning they acquire at the Jerusalem Business School.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
The Jerusalem Business School is proud to be a part of the Hebrew University at Jerusalem Israel; Israel’s highest-ranked university, one of the world’s top 100 academic institutions, and one of the top 25 schools outside of the United States.
The Hebrew University is a multidisciplinary institution of higher learning and research; an international center of scientific excellence that attracts the best students and researchers in a variety of fields. Among the University’s founders were academic greats such as Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud and Martin Buber; its faculty and alumni have been published in prestigious periodicals, and have been recipients of national and international prizes, including the Nobel Prize, the Fields Medal and the Israel Prize.
The University has a long tradition of bridging the gap between academia and the business world, in particular through the commercializing of innovation by its technology transfer company, Yissum. Founded in 1964, Yissum is the third company of its kind ever created, responsible for successful spin-offs including Mobileye, Orcam, Collplant, Qlight, and Briefcam.
Actively engaged in international cooperation for research and teaching, the Hebrew University’s 23,000 students come from 90 countries around the world. The University has signed 300 agreements for joint projects with other universities, and over 90 agreements for student exchanges with 27 countries.