The program starts in October and it lasts 21 months till July the year after.
Studies are held twice a week, on Thursday afternoons from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m., and Friday mornings.
Tuition fees are set at 250% of the standard public university tuition fees as determined by the Council for Higher Education.
Not in order to be accepted to the program, but it is required in order to gain an exemption from the English language exam which is a requirement for every graduate student at the Technion.
The degree program is 21 months long; it is not possible to complete it in a shorter period than this.
The Technion MBA is the only management program in Israel that is a member of Yale’s Global Network for Advanced Management, which offers a range of elective courses abroad for students from member schools around the world. In addition, the program includes several elective courses that involve study abroad at partner schools, in Paris and in the United States.
Attaining the degree requires the completion of 50 academic credits, of which 30 are from mandatory courses, and 20 from electives.
There are three options available—a Start-Up, and two specialization tracks: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Electronic Commerce; and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. More details about the specialization tracks can be found here.
It is highly recommended not to do so, since the program is very much founded on work in teams, and on an environment of mutual learning and support that develops among cohort members.
The Technion’s prestigious MBA program enjoys several unique advantages, including a focus on technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship; the Technion’s rich ecosystem of faculty and applied research centers; and a network of international partnerships with leading management institutions, including Yale’s Global Network for Advanced Management.