Tel Aviv University

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Located in Israel’s cultural, financial and industrial heartland, Tel Aviv University with its 29,000 students is the largest university in Israel and the biggest Jewish university in the world. It is a major centre of teaching and research, comprising nine faculties, 125 schools and departments, and 90 research institutes. Its origins go back to 1956, when three small education units – The Tel Aviv School of Law and Economics, an Institute of Natural Sciences, and an Institute of Jewish Studies – joined together to form the University of Tel Aviv. Today, Tel Aviv University enjoys a very high reputation in teaching and in research. For instance, Tel Aviv University is the number one university in Israel concerning patents filed and scientific publications.

Tel Aviv University offers an extensive range of study programs in the arts and sciences, within its Faculties of Engineering, Exact Sciences, Life Sciences, Medicine, Humanities, Law, Social Sciences, Arts and Management. The University also maintains academic supervision over the Center for Technological Design in Holon, the New Academic College of Tel Aviv-Yaffo, and the Tel Aviv Engineering College. The University consistently ranks as one of the top institutions of higher learning worldwide.

The School for Overseas Students gives young people from other nations the opportunity to study at Tel Aviv University for a year, a semester or a summer. The program is in English, includes a wide choice of courses, and also offers the opportunity to live and study on kibbutz. Tel Aviv University also has strong links with Jewish communities abroad.

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