Student Experience

The Technological Entrepreneurship Program's multidisciplinary studies incorporate real-world experiences, combine individual and teamwork experiences, and include a high level of access to industry leaders and successful executives as program faculty and mentors.

Cooperative Learning

A significant part of study takes place in customized conference rooms that simulate conditions and work environments of the entrepreneurial world, allowing the whole group of students to be involved in conversations and discussions, thus creating mutual and cooperative learning.

Real-World Conditions

In workshops and simulations, students work in small teams on tasks that allow them to experience and operate under real-world conditions.

Relevant Scenarios

Homework is based on relevant industry scenarios and integrates the industry into tasks. The program runs the JCE's accelerator (AtoBe) as a laboratory.


The program constitutes the only program of its kind in greater Jerusalem. Program graduates are in position to develop new ventures and directions in existing companies and expand the high-quality employment opportunities in the city.

Leading Mentors

Industry leaders and successful executives often give lectures and meet students. For the final project students create real technology initiatives, led by industry mentors and academic facilitators.

Graduate Profile

The graduate of JCE’s Technological Entrepreneurship Program will have unique, graduate-level engineering, business, and management knowledge and know-how as well as broad, system-wide vision to lead:
  • successful development of new technological processes, products, and services
  • significant improvements to existing technological processes, products, and services
Program graduates are qualified to address all aspects of a technological entrepreneurship - from the idea stage, through the business strategy formulation, to the marketing of the new or improved technological process, product, or service.

Specific Graduate Capabilities

The graduate of JCE’s Technological Entrepreneurship Program will be able to:

  • formulate and define an innovative technology idea
  • perform a technological feasibility study and business profitability study
  • methodically use innovative thinking processes to find unconventional solutions to challenging problems
  • engage in marketing processes such as performing competition and marketing surveys, analyzing customer needs, and preparing marketing and digital marketing plans
  • build detailed work plans for the development, production and maintenance of products and services, according to advanced project management principles, while employing different methodologies and using constraint theory to decrease timelines
  • understand the competitive environment in which business organizations operate, analyze the organizational environment, build a strategic plan for the venture, and identify failure modes in an existing strategy
  • identify expected risks and obstacles throughout the entrepreneurial establishment and management process, while using appropriate methodologies and by building a risk reduction program
  • prepare a business plan, make financial forecasts, plan entrepreneurial expenses and income, and relying on this plan raise investor funding, and subsequently plan and manage the technology entrepreneurship budget
  • prepare a program to recruit people from various fields of practice, to lead and guide them using various management methodologies and the skills he has acquired in the field of technological leadership
  • listen to different opinions and employ a methodological decision-making process on a more rational and less intuitive basis
  • locate and approach potential investors and rationally present the financing needs of the plan, and if invested, the graduate will be able to conduct a proper dialogue with his investment partners
  • negotiate, make contractual engagements with investors, suppliers, customers, and employees, and be familiar with company law and all legal aspects relevant to leading the entrepreneurship
  • engage in research and development management, select development methods, encourage an innovative atmosphere, and adapt the developed product or service to market needs and navigate expenses accordingly
  • protect the entrepreneurship’s intellectual property
  • make organizational changes and adapt the organization to its developmental stages or according to other emerging needs
  • recognize a variety of advanced technologies from the fields of mechanics, software, computers, smart systems, cyber, artificial intelligence, data science, robotics, communications, sensors, pharma, medical equipment, agriculture, electronic instrumentation, nanotechnology, advanced materials, etc.
  • build a business model, including an overall analysis of the value chain and understand the position of his entrepreneurship in relation to this chain
  • present work effectively to a large group or individuals, including those in senior positions, in varying degrees of detail that suit the audience
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Sample Student Projects