Tel-Aviv University International partners with other departments at TAU to offer students the option of interdisciplinary curricula each semester. Recent partnerships include the Faculty of Engineering, the Faculty of the Arts and the Faculty of Law.
Faculty of Law Student Exchange
Qualified law students may participate in TAU’s semester exchange program. Students enroll in a variety of law courses, combined with the academic and social curriculum offered through the School for Overseas Students. Please click for more information.
Fairleigh Dickinson University Gap Year at Tel Aviv University
Under the FDU Freshman Year in Israel Program, students apply to and enroll at Fairleigh Dickinson University as freshmen prior to traveling to Israel for a one- or two-semester academic program for visiting freshmen. While studying in Israel, students can earn up to 18 college credits for one semester or up to 36 college credits for a full academic year. The program includes opportunities to travel in Israel, meet and socialize with Israeli students, and enjoy a vast array of cultural enrichment opportunities.
Transcripts from Tel Aviv University are sent to Fairleigh Dickinson University at the completion of a student’s program in Israel and credits automatically become FDU credits. Unlike many gap-year programs, no college deferral is necessary. Since students enroll at FDU during their freshman year, they are eligible for state, federal and institutional aid to help defray the costs of their studies in Israel. Students pay the same tuition and fees as they would for a semester or academic year at Fairleigh Dickinson University minus their aid package.
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New Courses in Archaeology
Courses in archaeology open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Please click for more information.
TAU/Boston University Engineering Program
Boston University’s Engineering Program at Tel Aviv University is ideally suited for second semester sophomores in all engineering majors. It allows students to pursue engineering in a dynamic international setting while making normal progress toward their degrees.
The curriculum includes an intensive Hebrew language course, a Humanities elective, and 3 of the 5 following courses: Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Electric Circuit Theory, Waves and Modern Physics, and Principles of Biology (cell biology). All Engineering and science courses are taught in English by TAU faculty members. Please note that some courses carry prerequisites but no prior knowledge of Hebrew is required.
Upon successful completion of the semester program, students earn 20 Boston University credits and receive an official BU transcript.
For more information and to apply, please contact Boston University’s International Programs office at (617) 353-9888 or visit BU’s program page.
Voyage to Medicine in Israel
Voyage to Medicine Program The Voyage to Medicine Program’s duration is one semester. The program will combine aspects of clinical research, academic studies and volunteer work in coordination with TAU International, Assaf harofeh Medical Center and Magen David Adom (the Israeli Red Cross.
Students will study academics at both Tel Aviv University and Assaf Harofeh Medical Center. Volunteer work will be in conjunction with Magen David Adom ambulance services after passing a First Aid training course. Students will also be invited to participate in medical research at Assaf Harofeh Medical Center.
BBYO Beyond Gap Year
BBYO Beyond is an innovative gap year program that emphasizes leadership development while combining the benefits of both formal and informal educational experiences. Living in Israel, for either 5 or 9 months, Beyond offers a unique balance of academics, experiential travel, enrichment education, cultural immersion, and community service. Open to applicants of all Jewish backgrounds and nationalities, the program is forward looking and exposes participants to a variety of ideas without advancing a specific religious, political, or ideological approach.
The first session of Beyond is centered at Tel Aviv University. While living on campus, Beyond participants can earn 7 - 13 academic credits. This portion of the program includes opportunities to travel in Israel and Europe, immersion in Israeli society, socialize with Israeli peers while gaining a better understanding of Tel Aviv and doing community service.
The second session of Beyond is about choosing your own path and making an impact. The core elements include selecting an elective block and a community-based service project in either Jerusalem or in Ethiopia. Together, these experiences are designed to open a window onto a unique aspect of Israeli society and give participants a chance to leave their own personal mark.