Bar-Ilan University, Israel’s largest academic community is home to over 30,000 students, and offers more than 6,000 courses in the natural, life and social sciences, humanities, law, and Jewish studies that are taught by 1,600 academic faculty members.
Bar-Ilan University stretches across a modern 130-acre campus in Ramat-Gan. It is located just 10 minutes from bustling, cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, with its sophisticated array of theatres, fine restaurants, museums, art galleries, and opera house, as well as the colorful Carmel Market, the Yemenite Quarter, sidewalk cafes, beaches, and upscale shopping malls.
Complete your undergraduate degree at the Bar Illan University school for overseas students. Students can choose from six faculties in which to study, such as the faculty of Jewish studies, the faculty of life sciences, and the faculty of exact sciences.
For more information please see: http://www.biu.ac.il/overseas/const.html#
The International MBA at the S. Daniel Abraham Center of Economics and Business has developed a challenging curriculum that is international in scope, intimate in scale, and designed for success in the new millennium. Students are given a global perspective together with real world applications that allows them to master the complexities of today’s increasingly more sophisticated world of business. Courses include International Marketing, E-Commerce, and biotechnology in Israel.
For more information please see: http://www.biu.ac.il/SOC/sb/imba/5.html
The Bar-Ilan English Department launched its Creative Writing Program with the establishment of an M.A. in English and Creative Writing beginning in the academic year, 2002-03. This new enterprise has a particularly Jewish slant. The program, whose motto is “Creative Texts, Jewish Contexts,” is geared towards students of writing who are particularly interested in exploring Jewish material, or who wish to work on Israel-related projects.