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‫תואר שני‬ 2 The Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA Program Academic Director: Dr. Yuval Kalish Program Director: Orit Mendelson Shoham Program Structure The program commence every year at September. The learning modules are structured in one of two formats: The Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA Program is offered jointly by the top-rated Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the Recanati Business School at Tel Aviv University. It is one of seven Kellogg Executive MBA programs and partnerships running concurrently in different locations around the globe - Chicago, USA; Miami, USA; Vallendar/Dusseldorf, Germany; Hong Kong, China; Beijing, China; Toronto, Canada and Tel Aviv, Israel. The program grants a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. Graduates of the program receive a joint MBA degree from Northwestern and Tel Aviv Universities. The Kellogg-Recanati Program meets the needs of mid-career executives preparing for senior management positions in organizations that operate in the international arena, and it enhances the skills and effectiveness of senior executives. • Teaching at the program is done primarily by selected senior faculty members of the Kellogg and Recanati schools as well as selected Kellogg global network faculty members. They are distinguished faculty members, well known at home and abroad for their research and practical business experience. • The curriculum integrates all managerial functions and disciplines with emphasis on the international aspects of business administration. Typically eight of the modules, evenly spread through the two years, are offered in this format. Requirements • An undergraduate degree with a minimum grade of 75 (equivalent to a GPA of B), or the equivalent for candidates from schools or countries with different grading systems. • Substantial managerial and professional experience (seven years or more) and a senior position in the organization. • Time sponsorship and/or tuition sponsorship by the employing firm. • At least two letters of recommendation. • Good command of the English language. Admission Application period: from March till the end of July. The admission committee seeks to ensure diversity of skills and backgrounds, while forming a class with participants of comparable levels of management experience. The admission process consists of two main steps: • Fill out all the application forms on-line at the programs web-site. • Interviews - an academic interview and alumni interviews. • Within the framework of the program, students spend two weeks studying at the Kellogg School of Management in the USA and have an option to join a global elective week at one of the Kellogg partner schools around the world. The program offers early bird discounts. • The framework of study is designed to accommodate the needs of working executives and enable them to pursue their careers while studying. Further details may be obtained Tel. 03-6406312; 03-6409955 • Teamwork is strongly emphasized. 20 • A five-week module in which classes meet on Thursday afternoons and Friday mornings. Typically, half of the modules are offered in this format, with some courses conducted over two consecutive weeks. • An intensive module is conducted over a five or six consecutive full days within a single week