Hopkins Intersession Israel:
Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Global Setting
Based at the Technion, Israel's first university and one of the world's leading institutions for science and technology research, this three-week intensive course introduces students to Israel’s global entrepreneurial scene. Students will hear from Israeli entrepreneurs, tour Israeli companies, and get a taste of Israel’s unique culture, while learning how the country’s unique ecosystem supports the development and marketing of high tech products. Students will also work together to generate and screen ideas for new venture creation and then prepare the business plan for an innovative technology of their own design.
Dec 29, 2019 - Jan 17, 2020
Intersession Abroad Fair
A great opportunity to meet program instructors and alumni and have your questions answered in person.
Thursday, September 13th
5:00 - 6:30 pm
Hodson 2nd Floor Lobby
Monday, September 16th
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Levering Conference Rm A (under the Glass Pavilion)
Haifa, Israel, with excursions to other parts of the country
Entrepreneurship & Management
Open to all majors
Students will earn 3 graded Social Sciences (S) credits for this course, which also counts toward the Entrepreneurship & Management minor:
EN.660.312 Innovation and Entrepreneurship in a Global Setting
The course will be taught by Lawrence Aronhime
, Senior Lecturer and Director of International Programs for the Center for Leadership Education. This will be his fourth year leading students to Israel during intersession.
Students will be lodged in doubles by gender at a hotel in Haifa near the Technion.
$6,900. The program cost will be billed to the JHU student account and includes airfare, housing, some meals, excursions, and international health insurance.
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