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Management & Economics

Sofia University

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Sofia University is the oldest higher education institution in Bulgaria. With English programs in Management & Economics, Computer Science, Behavioral Science, and Government & Society there are vast possibilities for collaboration. MTA is happy to have a partnership with Sofia and we look forward to working together.

Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia

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MTA is proud to announce that we have a Study Abroad agreement with Swinburne University that will foster new collaboration opportunities for Students and Faculty. In addition, MTA has a bilateral agreement with Swinburne University to establish a joint research and training center. It will expand the research capacity of each institutions, and foster government and industry partnerships between Israel and Australia, in the areas of:

•    Artificial Intelligence

•    The Internet of Things

•    Cybersecurity

•    Data Science

•    Digital Health

•    Entrepreneurship and Innovation

•    Finance and Fin-tech (including Blockchain)

•    Business Management

•    Social Impact and Social Enterprise

The new research training center will also offer advanced teaching, by running partnered Masters programs, and offering an offshore PhD program

International Cyber Hackathon

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The Cyber Challenge Hackathon is an international event pioneered by the Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo and RMIT University. Led by Israeli multinational and cyber-security solutions powerhouse Check Point Software, the hackathon provides Israeli students the opportunity to engage in real-life challenges in collaboration with Computer Science students from around the world.


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Located in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province, China, Guangdong University of Education (GDUE) is a regional undergraduate institution for multi-disciplinary studies and a prominent center for education studies in South China. MTA has established a partnership with GDUE that involves information sharing, reciprocal visits by staff and students for the purposes of advancing research, conducting lectures and attending conferences, and the promotion of collaborative research and study programs among the two partners. A unique aspect of these ties is the arrangement of short-term missions of students from GDUE to learn about innovation and entrepreneurship at MTA.

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