Coller School of Management

Coller School of Management in Tel Aviv University is hosting the SPES conference.

Ranked among the top management schools in the world on a variety of parameters, the Coller School of Management at Tel Aviv University has been educating new generations of entrepreneurs and business leaders for over 50 years. With its world-class reputation at home and abroad, in 2003, it was the first in Israel to be awarded the international accreditation of AACSB (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. In the past few years, it has been repeatedly awarded 5 Palmes by Eduniversal, the highest rating, alongside Harvard, Yale, and MIT.

The Coller School offers numerous programs, including BA programs in management and accounting,  Master’s programs, within the Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business,  the Sofaer International MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation and the Kellogg-Recanati Executive International MBA,  and  a PhD program.

Based in Tel Aviv – widely recognized as having the world’s best startup ecosystem outside Silicon Valley – the School has outstanding global reach, the result of its steadfast commitment to advancing excellence in research, teaching and service.

Some quick   facts:


  • 2,500 students from a wide range of academic backgrounds;
  • 60 full-time faculty and 200 adjunct lecturers from the highest echelons of the industry;
  • A semester-abroad program in partnership with 100 top management schools around the world;
  • Ranked 12th in the world in producing venture-backed graduates;
  • With over 25,000 alumni, the School has the largest and strongest alumni network in Israel, with a strong presence in Israel’s top management positions in both the private and public sectors.

Tel Aviv University

Founded in 1956, Tel Aviv University is Israel’s largest academic institution. A major center of teaching and research, it comprises nine faculties, 125 departments, and 130 research institutes.There are currently around 30,000 students studying at the university in various degree programs, Including 14,000 Master’s and PhD candidates.

Tel Aviv University is located in Israel’s capital of innovation and culture – known for its entrepreneurial atmosphere and exciting social lifestyles. Ranked among the world’s top 100 universities, it offers an extensive range of degrees in the arts and sciences, within its Faculties of Engineering, Exact Sciences, Life Sciences, Medicine, Humanities, Law, Social Sciences, Arts, and Business, on its 220-acre campus.