• (GES) is geared towards Israeli students who need advanced English-language skills. Unlike other courses, GES focuses on developing proficiency and fluency in speaking and writing. Students will learn to apply their English knowledge in business, industry, and academic contexts. Students will undergo intense practice in formal and informal conversations and discussions, in preparing and delivering oral presentations and reports,and writing emails and memos.

  • The course discuss questions of principle involved in formulating universal norms of human rights, recognize the main art that Israel joined them and the international institutions involved in implementing those conventions, and delve into a number of key rights, primarily the right to life and right not to be subjected to torture.

  • The course will present the Hamas movement from various perspectives: historical, ideological, political and military. We will discuss topics such as the decision making process in Hamas, the status of women in the movement, profiles of suicide bombers and more. Source materials will include Hamas publications, Hamas websites, as well as speeches and sermons by Hamas leaders (Arabic with English translations).

  • The course exposes the students to the business dynamics of the biotechnology field. These include issues relating to entrepreneurship, financing, regulation and operation of biotech firms. During the course students will meet firms' managers and investors.