Clubs & Forums
One of the advantages to studying in Israel's largest University and most prestigious business school is that our students can leverage the diverse array of clubs and forums on campus.
The Recanati Consulting Club
The Recanati Consulting Club has 3 primary objectives:
- Prepare students for the consulting recruitment process
- Increase student and alumni awareness of the management consulting industry and its major firms
- Enable companies to identify the most suitable candidates among the Israeli top-class talent pool at Recanati Business School
The club has a monthly meetings in the following formats:
- Case interview workshops - consultants from the top consulting firms coach students on their case interview technique and share their own experiences in the industry
- Case discussions - strategy professors from Recanati Business School enhance students capabilities by analyzing together case studies at different industries
- Management consulting industry key speakers lectures - senior members of consulting firms come to campus and deliver a speech on some of the most pertinent issues in business
Recanati's Investor Club
Established at the initiative of Recanati students and alumni, the Recanti Investment Club is for students interested in investments, portfolio management, and working in the financial sector. Together with Recanati students, club members listen to lectures by experts in the field, build a virtual investment portfolio, and keep abreast of the latest industry trends.
Recanati’s Mobile Applications Forum
This forum introduces experts and new tendencies in the field of mobile application as part of a joint initiative of the Alumni Association, alumni and students from the MBA in Management of Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation program. The RMAF is aimed at businesspeople, entrepreneurs, managers, marketers and product developers seeking to expand their knowledge of the mobile applications world and the Israeli high-tech industry.
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Understanding Business in China
The series was initiated by the Recanati Alumni Association together with alumna Ms. Iris Arbel, (MBA, 1997), an economic adviser to local governments in China, previously CEO of Kardan Water and former Commercial Attaché at the Embassy of Israel in Beijing. The program targets Recanati alumni, graduate students and friends of the school - all businesspeople, founders, and top managers in export and import companies who strive, on a daily basis, to understand the complex Chinese market, penetrate it, and of course, succeed in it.
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Managing a Project Portfolio and Project Managers
Initiated by the Recanati Alumni Association together with alumna Galit Yaskerevitz-Tietz, PMP, (Management, 1995 cum laude, and MBA, 2000), the series is aimed at project-managing executives (VPs of Development, Delivery Managers, CIOs, and others) who wish to evaluated the close relationship between project results and organizational performance, to understand how they might better employ the limited organizational resources to advance organizational goals through structured project management and to realize whether they are optimally managing projects given the frequent changes transpiring in their organizations. The keynote speaker of the first meeting was Mr. Ofer Segev, CEO of Ness Technologies.
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MIT Enterprise Forum Israel
The Israeli chapter of the MIT Enterprise Forum, The MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel is a global non-profit organization (started at MIT, 1978) dedicated to promoting the growth and success of high-tech entrepreneurial ventures by connecting ideas, technology and people. The mission of the MIT Forum is to organize conferences, workshops, consultation programs and other activities where entrepreneurs, industry experts, investors and technologists exchange insights about how to effectively grow high-tech ventures while adapting to dynamic market risks and overcoming challenges. The Forum provides an excellent opportunity for networking and catching-up on the latest technologies, emerging industries and business issues.
>> Website: mit-forum.org.il
Tel Aviv University
The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies
The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies is an interdisciplinary research center devoted to the study of the modern history and contemporary affairs of the Middle East and Africa. The Center does not take positions or recommend policies. Through research, publications, conferences, documentary collections, and public service, it seeks to inform civil society and promote dialogue on the complexities of the ever-changing Middle East. In doing so, the Center hopes to advance peace through understanding.
>> Website: dayan.org
StarTAU – Tel Aviv University’s Entrepreneurship Center
StarTau’s mission is to provide entrepreneurs and students of entrepreneurship with the practical and professional guidance they need to start a successful business venture. We offer our clients mentorship programs, classroom experience, and key networking and business resources. StarTAU also link private sector entrepreneurs, angels, VCs and companies to the academic and public sector. StarTAU’s team focuses on assisting in all parts of their business ventures: business development, marketing, legal advice, and many more.
>> Website: en.startau.co.il
The Institute for Business, Environment and Society
Established at Tel Aviv University in 2007, the Institute for Business, Environment and Society is the first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary institute in Israel, and serves as a meeting point between academia, the business world and the public in addressing the sustainability challenge.
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The IsraelDev Network is an entrepreneurial community rooted in Tel Aviv University working to develop a nationwide ecosystem that harnesses Israeli innovation for solving challenges in the developing world. By hosting lectures, hackathons, networking events, pitch-nights, meetups, conferences and retreats, IsraelDev seeks to stimulate dialogue and action around issues of global poverty and sustainable economic development.
>> Network website
Tel Aviv University is home to the first Israeli chapter of the international organization Net Impact. Net Impact is a student led community of over 30,000 members worldwide who care about sustainability and using their jobs to make an impact that benefits not just profit, but people and planet too.
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Center for Renewable Energy
Established to tackle and seek solutions to some of the most pressing issues facing the planet today, TAU's Center for Renewable Energy is a multidisciplinary center that has brought together 555 senior faculty from 7 TAU departments including: Exact Sciences, Engineering, Life Sciences, Management, and The Porter School of Environmental Studies.
>> Website: energy.tau.ac.il
Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Tel Aviv University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary research center committed to advancing society by conducting cutting edge research and by engaging in close and sustainable cooperation with industry and society. Established already in 2000, we pioneered Nanotechnology in Israel and since then we are the leading center in Israel in the field. More than 30 technologies have already been liscenced including: NanoAir (2014), Cine'al (2014), StoreDot (2013), NoAm ColorTech (2013), Savicell Diagnostics (2012), Quiet Therapeutics (2010) and Tracense Systems (2010).
>> Website: nano.tau.ac.il