Arutz Sheva visited the IDC Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya to meet with the students and staff of the Rafael Recanati International School.
"One third of the students who study at IDC Herzliya are international students, which makes us the most international university in the country when it comes to the total number of students who are studying for full degrees at IDC Herzliya at the international school," said IDC Vice President for External Relations Jonathan Davis.
"We have close to 2,000 full-time students at IDC Herzliya at the international school," Davis said. "We have students from 86 different countries from every major region of the world, and it's fun to hear the 28 different languages which are spoken in the cafeteria.
"The can study for a full degree taught in English in Israel in any number of subjects, including now, of course, entrepreneurship, computer science, business, communications, government, diplomacy, counter-terrorism, you name it."
The IDC recently added a new MBA, in Healthcare innovation, as well as two new entrepreneurship degrees, Entrepreneurship and Business, and Entrepreneurship and Computer Science.
"[IDC is] surrounded by Israel's 'Silicon Wadi," Davis said. "What could be better than to study entrepreneurship in a place which has more per-capita start-up countries than any other region in the country?"