Special Programs

The Adelson School of Entrepreneurship offers various academic programs to prepare students for successful careers in entrepreneurship-related roles. ASE offers a minor program in entrepreneurship, special programs for outstanding students, experiential learning in the startup environment and global exchange programs with leading universities around the world.

Special Programs in the Adelson School of Entrepreneurship

These programs include the honors program and programs which offer specialization and broad and variable content and international travel

  • UpStart

    The “UpStart” venture creation program is a 1-year program for students in their 3rd year from all faculties. The program enables students to gain practical tools and skills alongside academic knowledge in entrepreneurship. Students work throughout the year in interdisciplinary teams, accompanied by industry mentors, to create ventures and compete on the chance to work with an accelerator.

  • Zell Entrepreneurship Program

    The Zell Entrepreneurship Program, an innovative 1 year program generously funded by world-renowned entrepreneur Sam Zell of Chicago, gives students an opportunity to implement advanced entrepreneurial studies in the creation of real business ventures.

  • CO-OP Startup Experience

    The "CO-OP Startup Experience Course" is an academic course (3 interdisciplinary credits) that allows students to intern in a real company for 10 weeks. Students are involved in real hands-on projects and improve their skills, knowledge and experience via "learning-by-doing".

  • Entrepreneurship Club

    Reichman University Entrepreneurship Club is a volunteer-student body The club aims to encourage, develop and nurture the spirit of entrepreneurship in various fields among all RU students and graduates.

  • Double Major in Entrepreneurship & Economics

    Designed for students with the desire to acquire Big-data skills that are useful for entrepreneurs

  • IDCHUB

    IDCHUB is an extra-academic framework that offers to the entrepreneurship students various content such as practical workshops, inspirational and enrichment lectures, alongside mentoring sessions by top mentors from the academy and industry. The participating students gain experiential learning of professional tools, applied knowledge, guidance, and empowerment of their ventures and ideas and in their professional development.

  • miLAB

    The media innovation lab (miLAB) explores the future of media and technology, through collaborative creative processes, characterization of development and design of innovative user experiences that incorporate media and technology to provide solutions to human needs.

  • 3rd year final projects

    As part of the mandatory requirements for a degree in entrepreneurship, third-year students take part in a final project, in various tracks, that constitutes a seminar in entrepreneurship.

  • Global Engagement

    As part of our international strategy Reichman University has established many programs and links with leading universities all over the world. Some programs are open to student participation from the School of Entrepreneurship. other programs are intended for students from international universities. The nature of the programs varies and is adapted to the needs and requirements of the international institution.

Additional Special Programs

  • Rabin Leadership Program

    The Zell Entrepreneurship Program, an innovative 1 year program generously funded by world-renowned entrepreneur Sam Zell of Chicago, gives students an opportunity to implement advanced entrepreneurial studies in the creation of real business ventures.

  • The Argov Fellows Program

    The Argov Fellows Program in Leadership and Diplomacy acquire the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to work towards meeting challenges that Israel faces in today’s complex global environment.

  • Zvi Meitar Emerging Technologies Program

    The Zvi Meitar Emerging Technologies Program aims to provide students with a unique opportunity to examine the legal, ethical and social challenges of new and disruptive technologies.