With 20,000 students, Ono Academic College has become Israel’s largest college,
for many reasons.
If your dream is to manage in a digitally advanced environment, fund a start-up and formulate in-depth and groundbreaking innovative strategies, this is the program for you. Technology is a significant tool for consumption, production for sharing and analyzing data, information and knowledge of managers and employees alike. The consumption of technology encompasses us in every field; The main goal of the internship is to impart knowledge in the management of technologies and information systems. In this framework, students will be provided with professional, applied and theoretical knowledge, and in current trends, lecturers with extensive professional-managerial experience and from the perspectives of a variety of management levels.
Another goal in the internship is to train entrepreneurial executives whose business ability and understanding are necessary to navigate an ever-advancing and ever-changing technological business environment. This specialization combines courses both from the world of technology management and information systems and from the world of technological entrepreneurship. Among the study topics: Introduction to Data Science in the Big Data Age, applications in Data Science, applications of BI business insight systems, new product development, cyber threats and their prevention and more.
This unique program provides lawyers with professional tools in the field of real estate.
The real estate field is one of the most important in the legal world. There is no lawyer who in his professional life who does not deal with real estate, directly or indirectly, as a professional in a transaction or as an entrepreneurial partner.
This program, sponsored by the Ministry of Construction and Housing, includes a variety of courses from the best experts. If you are interested in getting to know the field of real estate thoroughly, you are welcome to join this track which will give you access to this important knowledge along with a prestigious master’s degree.
The curriculum includes extensive and practical knowledge in the field of real estate.
Among the courses: Planning and Construction Law, Real Estate Tax Law, Israel Land and Agricultural Land Law, Expropriation Law, Urban Renewal, Economic Analysis of Real Estate Transactions, Reading Building Plans, Civil Procedure Reform, Overseas Real Estate Transactions, Registration and Real Estate Settlement.
Among the lecturers: Prof. Gabi Halevy, Ono Academic College, Dr. Gershon Gontovnik, Tel Aviv District Court, Dr. Avi Gorman, Central District Court, Dr. Hava Erlich, Tel Aviv District Planner, Adv. Shlomi Heisler, who is in charge of the Land Registry, Adv. Elazar Bamberger, Attorney General of the Ministry of Construction and Housing, CPA Shai Aharonovich, Deputy Director of the Tax Authority (Real Estate Taxation) and more.
Opportunity for training in corporate law
Corporate law is at the heart of commercial law, and is a sought-after area of specialization with the highest earning potential for lawyers. Lawyers who specialize in corporate law are offered a variety of positions in both law firms and the public sector. Moreover, knowledge of corporate law enables optimal integration in management positions in companies and organizations, including integration on the boards of companies.
The training in corporate law will provide an in-depth look at the aspects related to the activities of various corporations, private and public, starting from the initiation and establishment stages of corporations – including examination of incorporation documents, examination of founders’ agreements and investment agreements. , The work of the board of directors, corporate governance and regulation, as well as a discussion of the procedures for liquidating and terminating the activities of corporations. The examination of the activities of the corporations will be done in various aspects of company law, securities law, antitrust, tax law and more.
The studies in the program will allow an in-depth look at the legal aspects related to the activities of corporations – both in an internal view of the various factors operating within the corporation, and in an external view that examines the corporation’s activities vis-à-vis the authorities, relations with competitors and more. Along with the in-depth study of the legal aspects, the study will give expression to broad managerial aspects, and the relationship between legal aspects and managerial aspects in the activities of corporations.
Beyond acquiring additional legal knowledge, the curriculum promotes the development of in-depth legal thinking, and the ability to conduct independent legal research at a high level. In this framework, the program offers unique courses such as: modern analysis of the law; Science and law; Game theory – applications in law, and more. The curriculum is built in a combination of courses that will reflect practical tools and skills alongside in-depth theoretical courses.
Even though we do not know what your current occupation is, we do know that a law degree is probably relevant to your career.
Why? It’s simple!
Because almost every area of our private and public lives is currently affected by the law, anyone who wants to improve their own life or promote social change or initiate, innovate, and create processes to improve society must have legal knowledge and tools.
The studies are intended for students with a strong vision and desire to promote social change through legal tools; for pioneers in a character whose initiative, innovation, and creativity are key elements of their being. As part of its uniqueness, the program includes components on in-depth recognition of the social situation in Israel today, including socio-legal issues.
Among the topics of study: The challenges of the modern world of work, the allocation of state resources, mediation, planning and construction law and tenders, equality in law, medicine and law, social rights, public choice and law, and more.
Among the lecturers: Prof. Yuval Elbashan, Dr. Rivi Cohen, Prof. Gabriel Halevy, Dr. Amal Jabarin, Dr. Elad Finkelstein, Dr. Ofer Tur-Sinai, Dr. Yaacov Ben Shemesh, Prof. Yitzhak Cohen, and more.
Olympic Judoka, Tokyo Olympics Comptetitor.
Neta Rivkin was the first Israeli to win a medal at the World Championships in Rhythmic Gymnastics.
Star player of the champion Maccabi Tel Aviv football team and Israel National Team.
A former player on the Israeli national football team. Now, he is a Faculty member in the Sports and Society program, where he runs the football specialization.
Noted track and field athlete Elai Hayut was severely injured during his service in the elite IDF Maglan unit. Confined to a wheelchair, he now fights to rehabilitate himself and maintains his dream to compete in the Olympics.
After finishing their football careers, Dan and Vladi became independent sports entrepreneurs. They established “Playbox,” a ninja adventure complex, using the networking opportunities they had with students and faculty of other programs.