Prereq: None. Practical study of Israel's innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem. On-campus component provides context about the country and its social and geopolitical issues as they pertain to business in Israel; REAP Stakeholder Model, entrepreneurship lessons, Israeli business culture, and team dynamics. During IAP, student teams work at the Israeli host organizations in Tel Aviv on complex problems in critical areas, such as big data/analytics, computing technologies, life sciences, robotics, Fintech, and cybersecurity, with an emphasis on early stage ventures and their growth. Provides students an opportunity to engage directly with startup CEOs and venture capitalists. Limited to graduate students and Sloan undergraduates, application required for Sloan undergraduates.