Program Length: 2 years
If accepted, tuition and living assistance will be covered
An average of 88 or above in a B.Sc. or B.A. in neuroscience, life sciences, psychology, or any other degree like exact sciences, engineering, or linguistics (see Admission Requirements tab)
Registration for 2022-23 closes on March 31 at 2pm (Israel time). Candidates who meet background and academic requirements shall be invited for an admittance interview
The Awarded Degree: M.Sc. In Neuroscience
In case of restrictions connected to the COVID-19 situation, please note that the program has put in place an alternative of long distance learning. If physical presence is not possible, you will be able to participate in your courses remotely and once permitted, resume them in person without this affecting your ability to complete the program.
If you are a current or incoming student, you will be kept up to date by our staff regarding any arrival, program, and instruction information.
This two-year M.Sc. program will provide you with the interdisciplinary thinking and knowledge to join the next generation of world-leading neuroscientists. And while you get to grips with the inner workings of the brain, don’t forget to discover the Non-Stop City of Tel Aviv on your doorstep…
Our Neuroscience program is for those of you looking to specialize in foundational research areas in neuroscience. Held at the renowned Sagol School of Neuroscience, the program will train you in the latest cutting-edge neuroscience fields related to biology, psychology, engineering, and other related fields.
Expect a program unique in its diversity, with neuroscience courses taught at eight different faculties, covering a huge range of topics. You’ll enjoy courses at the molecular level, through the systemic level and all the way to computational neurobiology, behavior and cognition.
You’ll also have access to the latest neuroscience research conducted in over 150 labs on campus, research that has focused on a great variety of neuroscience topics. Be ready to discover how the brain functions from the molecular to the cognitive level, learn about the development and perfection of biomedical devices, explore the mechanistic understanding of nervous system disorders such as autism, ALS, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, and take onboard the mathematical modeling of complex processes, from protein dynamics to learning and decision-making.
With TAU recognized as a world leader in the study of brain science and neurodegenerative disease, and with more drug candidates in the pipeline for Alzheimer’s disease than any other university in the world, your neuroscience education - and career potential - are set to reach new heights.
- Expand your knowledge in specific neuroscience areas of research, while enjoying access to over 150 laboratories associated with the Sagol School.
- Take advantage of both an empiric experience as part of a research thesis, and a variety of knowledge-expanding classes.
- Benefit from an enhanced living scholarship and a full-tuition exemption.
- Learn advanced quantitative methods in diverse areas, led by world-renowned neuroscientists.
Career Success Stories
Our Neuroscience graduates have gone on to enjoy a variety of inspiring post-graduation career paths, including:
- Higher education and research institutes
- Hi-tech research and development of artificial intelligence and man-machine interfaces
- Advanced technology-based industries
- Medical institutions
- Biotechnological industries
With the opportunity for industry networking while completing our compelling courses, your neuroscience future never looked more promising….