Cyber Challenge is a collaborative event of RMIT University and the Academic College of Tel Aviv Yaffo. The challenge, conducted by Check-Point, the Israeli multinational security provider, gives the students an opportunity to engage both in real life challenges while working in collaboration with students from around the world.
B.A. in Economics & Management
Head of Program : Dr. Shirit Katav-Hertz
The undergraduate program (B.A.) in Economics and Management combines and links these two areas of knowledge, which is both an economist's and a manager's advantage. Economics studies combine theories and their applications with the Israeli and the global economy and provide students with important skills (e.g. advanced Big Data analysis tools) that are advantageous when entering the job market.
The program in Economics and Management offers internships for high-achieving students in their third year, in various organizations in the business and public sectors. The internship is an opportunity to apply the curriculum while studying and to graduate with work experience, familiarity with roles and organizations, tying work relationships, and even a potential for integration into the organization upon graduation.
The B.A. in Economics & Management offers specializations in:
Human Resource Management
B.Sc. in Information Systems
Head of Program : Prof. Ruti Gafni
In modern life, technology surrounds us everywhere and accompanies us throughout the day, both in personal and work activities. For businesses, integrating information systems and technology is a basic prerequisite for success in competition with other businesses. The use of computers, communications, the Internet, smartphones, and tablets is essential for all industries including entertainment, medicine, banking, manufacturing, retail, and more. Also, the high-tech world in general and startups in particular, rely on these technologies.
following the increase in usage, there is an exceeding demand for skilled people in managing and developing these technologies, which can understand the needs of the organization, customers and suppliers, and translate these requirements into an information system based on the most advanced and suitable technologies. A bachelor's degree in Information Systems is the springboard needed for integration into the field.