Theory vs. reality

A finance study program bridges the gap between academia and practicality.

April 11, 2013 10:49
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Lior Sultan

Lior sultan 370. (photo credit: courtesy)


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When he turned to the job market after graduating with a BA in business in 2006, Lior Sultan couldn’t wait to finally make use of his knowledge.

But as he started working in the hi-tech industry, he found that there was in fact a significant gap between the theoretical subjects he studied and what was asked of him in the workplace.


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