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IBA Director of Studies Prof. Julius Dem, Dr. Elisabeth Kübler from the LBS International Relations Department and Tel Aviv-based IBA alumnus Razi Golan contributed to the two-day seminar.

LBS is particularly interested in establishing student credit mobility schemes with selected Israeli business schools. In the medium term this would enable outstanding LBS students at bachelor’s and master’s level to spend an exchange semester at one of LBS’s Israeli partner universities; vice-versa Israeli students would study at LBS for one semester. As an accompanying measure, also faculty and staff members from either side should be granted the opportunity of short-term stints at LBS and in Israel, respectively.

The present journey to Israel included on-campus visits to the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva (BGU) and the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC). LBS and BGU have already concluded a Memorandum of Understanding, and are working on inter-institutional agreements and funding applications for the above-mentioned mobilities. The joint activities will be implemented with the Guilford Glazer Faculty of Business & Management and the Centre for the Study of European Politics and Society. Further cooperation steps with the IDC Herzliya are currently under review.

At the Erasmus+ contact seminar, LBS attracted particular attention thanks to its international academic orientation (e.g. English-language degree programs), and its founding mission of developing a lively many-sided Jewish community on campus (i.e. dormitories, kosher canteen, and observance of Jewish holidays). Faculties of economics and management at Israeli research universities and likewise colleges with a business focus expressed their interest in strengthening ties with LBS.

Prof. Dem (LBS), Hila Zehavi, Dr. Stavi Baram, Yael Maayan (all BGU Beer Sheva), Dr. Kübler (LBS), Dr. Yotam Lurie (BGU Beer Sheva)

Prof. Dem (LBS), Hila Zehavi, Dr. Stavi Baram, Yael Maayan (all BGU Beer Sheva), Dr. Kübler (LBS), Dr. Yotam Lurie (BGU Beer Sheva)

Dr. Kübler, Prof. Dem (both LBS), Dr. Stavi Baram (BGU Beer Sheva)

Dr. Kübler, Prof. Dem (both LBS), Dr. Stavi Baram (BGU Beer Sheva)

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Tel Aviv-based IBA alumnus Razi Golan and IBA Director of Studies Prof. Julius Dem

Prof. Dem's elevator pitch at the Erasmus+ seminar

Prof. Dem’s elevator pitch at the Erasmus+ seminar

Dr. Johannes Strasser (Head of the Austrian Cultural Forum, Austrian Embassy to Israel). Dr. Kübler (LBS), Prof. Dem (LBS), Mag. Günther Schabhüttl (Head of the Commercial Section, Austrian Embassy to Israel)

Dr. Johannes Strasser (Head of the Austrian Cultural Forum, Austrian Embassy to Israel). Dr. Kübler (LBS), Prof. Dem (LBS), Mag. Günther Schabhüttl (Head of the Commercial Section, Austrian Embassy to Israel)

Representatives of the Israeli and Austrian higher education institutions

Representatives of the Israeli and Austrian higher education institutions

Dr. Kübler (LBS), Christian Jowers (IDC Herzliya), Prof. Dem (LBS)

Dr. Kübler (LBS), Christian Jowers (IDC Herzliya), Prof. Dem (LBS)

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