News Discover Israels secret to startup success

6 December 2018

International exchange of staff is an indispensable part of one’s personal and professional growth. In the context of entrepreneurship, exciting career opportunities and networking an educational and inspiring trip to Israel is planned. And you are invited to join for free (only for PhD's). As Israel became a startup nation, its tech startups can give Silicon Valley a run for its money, this trip will undeniably result in new valuable connections and inspiring insights in the field of entrepreneurship.

Program draft

During this trip, they will pay attention to three topics: entrepreneurship education, bringing science/technology to society and startup opportunities.
 
In the context of exploring how to create successful startup companies by universities with long term viability, they intent to visit:
  • Weizmann Institute
  • Tel Aviv University 
  • Israel Innovation Authorities
  • Startup Nation Central
  • Israel incubators
Let know if you’d like to visit specific departments, professors, startups or spinoffs!

Key Topics

Digital Health, Cyber Security, MedTech and Neuroscience

Details trip

When: Spring 2019
Duration: Approximately 5 nights
Price: Travel expenses and hotel stay is provided by Erasmus+ outside EU program
Available spots: 10
Contact Ed Koster e.koster@ru.nl for more information 

Interested?

A visit to Israel’s startup nation gives you the opportunity to share your knowledge, gain experience and expand your professional network. Are you interested in exploring what Israel’s startup Ecosystem has to offer for free? Mail a short motivation to Ed Koster e.koster@ru.nl  and he will get back to you shortly. 
 
 
 

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