The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is at the hub of international interdisciplinary research and scientific innovation, Israel's cyber capital.
The Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management GGFBM serves as a foundation for Israeli business leaders, with an uncommon mix of academic degree programs, and is committed to the corporate, social and environmental responsibility that responds to the challenges of local and global business development in all sectors. This vision attracts students and researchers with innovative reasoning along with a social, civic conscience and involvement.
The International MBA Program at BGU's Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business and Management (GGFBM) offers you the opportunity to earn an MBA together with an impactful work internship experience within one year. The GGFBM, the University and the city Beer Sheva are renowned as a vibrant learning and social environment.
This integrative study program is geared for international and Israeli students seeking MBA degrees especially emphasizing innovation. A student cohort from a variety of personal and academic backgrounds enriches the learning experience through a multicultural environment and diversification.
Faculty comprise world-renowned local and visiting scholars and business leaders
In the face of the biodiversity crisis and the threat to ecological systems and the services they provide, our new program in Ecology, Conservation and Management aims at creating a new generation of scientists, experts and field workers with a broad knowledge in the field of applicative ecology, conservation biology and evolutionary ecology.
The program provides the students with a theoretical background in ecology and evolution, with emphasize on biodiversity, community dynamics and organism-level processes combined with methodological knowledge, including statistics, mathematics, model developing and assessment procedures specific to nature conservation and management.
The program offers a Magister in Science (M.Sc.) degree based on research thesis in one of two study tracks that overlap in their thematic background but emphasize different aspects of ecology:
- Evolutionary Ecology (E)
- Nature Conservation and Management (N)
The Albert Katz International School for Desert Studies (AKIS) was established in 1999 as part of the Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research (BIDR).
AKIS is located on the Sede Boqer Campus of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. The campus is situated within the picturesque Negev Highlands region, some 50 km south of the city of Beer Sheva.
AKIS offers programs for students from all over the world. International students, as well as Israeli students, experience at AKIS a special and unique educational atmosphere.
If you are looking for a unique graduate program in which to study the compelling features of the desert, you have come to the right place!