MBA in Management of Technology, Innovation & Entrepreneurship (MoTIE)

Head of Program: Dr. Iris Ginzburg
Academic Director: Prof. Moshe Zviran

 

The Management of Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MoTIE) is a 2-year part-time MBA run in Hebrew for entrepreneurially-minded professionals from tech-oriented industries.

 

MoTIE complements the Faculty of Management's core curriculum with a focused education in entrepreneurship, innovation and technological management.  Advanced topics taught largely by industry experts include entrepreneurship in practice, product development in the digital economy, global marketing of consumer products, risk management in the cyber world, R&D management, and design thinking.

 

Students progress through the program as a cohort.  Teamwork, case studies and hands-on projects are fundamental to the program's teaching methodology.   

 

As of the 2015/16 academic year, MoTIE will be working closely with the Faculty of Management's Sofaer International MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation, a 1-year full-time program run in English that attracts roughly 50 students from 16 counties every year.  This convergence will benefit students from both programs.  Students will benefit from more joint courses, increased internship and international exchange opportunities, and broader opportunities for international and Israeli students to learn from each other's diverse set of experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives. 

 

 

Program Comparison

 

  MoTIE Sofaer International MBA 
Language  Hebrew  English 
Program Duration 2 years (part-time)  1 year (full-time) 
Tuition 

69,750 NIS
(~17,500 USD)

32,000 USD
Average Age  30 27
Average Work Experience  4 years 4 years
Professional Background Profile 80% have professional backgrounds in hi-tech, bio-tech, pharmaceuticals, or clean-tech  50% have professional backgrounds in hi-tech, bio-tech, pharmaceuticals, or clean-tech
Class of 2015 Profile 
  • Academic background:
    • 50% Engineering
    • 30% Business
    • 10% Computer Science
    • 5% Life Sciences
    • 5% Social Sciences/Other
  • Number of countries: 13
  • Average age: 27
  • Average years of work experience: 4
  • 82% seeking new professional path post-graduation
  • 56% contemplating starting their own business
Application Requirements 
  • Minimum 75% undergraduate average from an academic institution recognized by Tel Aviv University 
  • Minimum 3 years of work experience from the technological sector 
  • Mathematical proficiency required 
  • Admission committee reserves the right to require GMAT from applicants based on their academic and professional background 
  • Minimum 75% undergraduate average from an academic institution recognized by Tel Aviv University 
  • Minimum 2 years work experience 
  • 2 letters of professional recommendation
  • Complete GMAT exam (exemptions awarded in cases of qualified past academic experience and performance) 

 

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