Monday, September 4 Marketing Real estate on the Internet is a conference that will open new horizons for real estate agents and investors who want to do global business. Several experts from abroad will be among the speakers. The conference begins at 8.30 a.m. at the Sheraton City Tower Hotel, Ramat Gan. For additional information and registration telephone: (03) 638-2072. Monday, September 11 THE TRANSITION to international standards in accounting practices is the central theme of a conference to be held at the David Intercontinental Hotel. Tel Aviv For full details and registration call Dikla (03) 623-2501 or go to Internet site www.reg.coil/tkina06 Tuesday September 12 THE ANNUAL France-Israel Business Conference will take place at the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel from 8.30 a.m. with the participation of French and Israeli business people and legal experts. Among the topics tabled for discussion are: Getting through foreign investments control in France; Vehicles for structuring investments in France; The main French Labor Laws and the peculiarities for the foreign investor; Intellectual and Industrial Property Law; How to Handle French Contractual Law; Highlights on Litigation Practice in France; Tax Consequences for the Israeli investor in France; Financing available to Israeli investors in France; and Three ways of doing business in France. In addition, there will be a panel discussion in which various Israelis will discuss their business experiences in France. For further details and registration telephone: (03) 513-2471, (03) 512-1748 or (03) 537-7388. Friday, September, 15 THE HEBREW University's Magid Center for Continuing Education will hold an open day in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Kfar Saba and Holon in which prominent academics will introduce courses on Research into Intelligence; Fact and Fiction in autobiographical literature; Fate vs Choice; Shakespeare in our Times; Man and his God; Islam: An ancient heritage with modern challenges; Myths and stories about Creation; Couples in the Bible and in literature; The Oral Torah and its accompanying literature; The World of Tomorrow; Japan; Contradictory Aesthetics. For details about venues and speakers telephone (02) 588-1564 or *3070.