To quickly and substantially upgrade TAU’s global positioning and ability to forge high-level programs with prominent overseas institutions.
What’s in it for donors?
- Simply: Will bolster the prestige of TAU and Israel as an academic destination and partner.
- Will ramp up academic exchange between the donor’s home university and Israel, bringing recognition in his/her community and in Israel.
- Will support the Israeli government’s goal of making Israel a magnet for outstanding international students.
- Will help counter the BDS movement.
- 1,000 international students this year (despite the pandemic) from over 50 countries
- Over 30,000 international alumni worldwide
- 19 master’s and 4 undergraduate degree programs taught in English, including a new International BA in Management & Liberal Arts and a new Master’s in Neuroscience
- Cooperation agreements with over 280 institutions in 46 countries
- €150 million in Europe research funding, supporting 144 projects
- Ranks 4th among Europe’s research institutions for ERC (European Research Council) Young Investigator grants
- TAU is rapidly building collaborations with Arab countries under the Abraham Accords peace agreement. New partner institutions include Khalifa University UAE, UM6P University in Morocco, and the Derasat Center, Bahrain.
- TAU and Johns Hopkins University launched a joint Master of Arts degree between the Faculty of Social Sciences and Johns Hopkins Bologna.
- TAU and Goethe University Frankfurt established a joint Interfaith Studies Center, the first of its kind in the world.
- TAU’s Coller School of Management has begun recruiting for its fully online MBA program – the first in Israel. The Coller MBA program ranks 13th in the world and will retain the same competitive standard in its digital format.
- TAU partnered with Rutgers University to establish a TAU presence at the New Jersey Innovation & Technology Hub.