"The school’s mission is to become one of the world’s leading centers for the study and practice of entrepreneurship. ASE seeks to strengthen Israel’s brand as the startup nation and champion Israeli entrepreneurial activity in Israel and around the world."
Combining academic learning .with hands-on opportunities
Cultivating the New Generation
with world class knowledge, resources and tools
The Adelson School of Entrepreneurship (ASE) at the IDC Herzliya provides students with the training, expertise, and resources needed to launch the next generation of successful Israeli ventures, while strengthening and cultivating the country’s startup ecosystem. ASE offers undergraduate and graduate-level experiential learning that combines academics with hands-on entrepreneurship opportunities beyond the classroom. Our alumni have founded companies such as The Gifts Project, VoloNet, visual.ly, and Wibbitz.
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Why Entrepreneurship at Reichman University
"The Entrepreneurship studies allow to develop the creative and innovative side in me, alongside the degree in Business Management which provides practical tool and helps me pave the way in creating a project."
"The combination between Entrepreneurship and Computer Science allows a diverse and interesting learning environment, and endless opportunities for self development."
"From international lecturers to extracurricular activities and volunteer opportunities, the studies provide a profound academic experience and allow each student to choose their personal difficulty level."