MBA Program in English

This Program will not be opened in 2022


A Part-time MBA Program for Managers who need to cope with global and disruptive issues. An MBA that focuses on the largest and fastest-growing markets in the world.

Matan Vilnay, Israel's ambassador to China, recently wrote: "To support actual, responsible continued growth of productive business relationships that have long term potential, the Israeli market needs more experts on modern China in a range of topics, such as the economy and business administration." (INSS Insight, No. 906, March 19, 2017)

The MBA Program of the University of Haifa empowers Israeli managers and business people to achieve this very goal.

For the past 10 years it has provided its graduates with an MBA degree that focuses on China and the Far East. Thus, several courses are specifically dedicated to in-depth study of the Business Culture in China, India, Korea and Japan.


How can Israel Escape the Trap of the US-China Confrontatio

Prof. Chalom Schirman, Head of the Haifa International MBA, will give an online lecture to the Board of Governors of the University of Haifa in June 2020: "How can Israel Escape the Trap of the US-China Confrontation".

We shall upload the lecture at the end of June.

March 5

On March 5, 2020, Prof. Dominique Jolly from Webster University in Geneva, will open his course on Doing Business in/with China.

This is the second of four courses on China at the Haifa International MBA (see list of courses under "Program Schedule" וn the program website).

Thursday February 20

On Thursday February 20, 2020 from 16:00-19:00, during the University of Haifa open-day, you are invited to meet the management staff of the International MBA Program. Those who register during that day will benefit from a 50% reduction on the registration fee.

Guest lecturer in the China 2 course

On Wednesday April 1 at 11 am in Room ... , Ilan MAOR will be the Guest Lecturer and make a presentation on

"How Israeli companies and managers should do business with the Chinese, in the context of China's present Economic and Political conditions". Read More..