MBA in Med-Tech Innovation
Israel has long been at the forefront of innovation in medicine, developing groundbreaking, often live-saving, treatments for a range of conditions, from cancer to diabetes, Parkinson’s disease to hernias. Med-Tech Innovation is offered at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The urgency and huge scale of the pandemic demanded not only innovation and top-quality research; effective management was required to streamline results, carry out proper clinical trials, and get products to the market as soon as possible.
The ability of the Israeli medical system to develop and roll out such treatments in a timely way is thanks to innovative technologies, a data-driven strategy and, perhaps above all, excellent medical management.
It is this biomedical management expertise that we seek to share with our international students through our new International Med-Tech Innovation program offered at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, so that they in turn can share principles of best practice with their peers in their home countries.
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an institution accredited by the Hebrew University, with a GPA of 3.2 or above, or the equivalent on an Israeli scale (82 or above).
- Our Admissions Committee calculates the Israeli equivalent of GPAs from all over the world.
- You must submit transcripts and diplomas from all undergraduate and graduate academic institutions you have attended.
- You may upload an “unofficial” or student copy of your transcript; however, you will be required to bring an official copy, for verification purposes, upon arrival in Jerusalem.
Meet our students
Orit Berhani, PhD Student
Why study with us?
Location - Jerusalem
Study in one of the most ancient cities in the world, today a colourful carpet of cultures and peoples, innovative technology and entrepreneurial spirit
A tradition of innovation at the start up nation led for nearly 10K patents, 150 new inventions per year and over 600 commercial products
Academic & Research Excellence
Hebrew University faculty and alumni have won eight Nobel Prizes, one Fields Medal and 14 Wolf Prizes, among others