COMAS inaugurates BA for business ties with China and India

January 15, 2015 17:00


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The director-general of the Economy Ministry, Amit Lang inaugurated a new undergraduate program in business administration with an emphasis on business ties with China and India at the College of Management Academic Studies on Thursday.

The international business management program, headed by Prof. Daniel Elnathan, is a "first-of-its-kind" program, according to the college, which offers students classical business courses in conjunction with providing insights into the cultural, economic, political and legal affairs of India and China.  Students in the program will also take courses in Chinese and can participate on a tour of either country in an effort to better understand the local business culture.

The aim of the program is to provide students with the necessary tools to do business in India and China as well as train the students to work in leading Israeli companies with global business operations in these countries.

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