Joint Teaching & Degrees
As part of the University’s dedication to cross-cultural learning and internationalization, TAU welcomes working with partners in a variety of ways to create collaborative and innovative programs and courses.
Key Partnership Opportunities
Joint or Dual Degrees
An opportunity to develop degree programs based on common or complementary areas of strength at any level: undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate/professional. See our dual degree programs with Columbia University and with Johns Hopkins for examples.
Jointly Taught Courses
Built and taught by faculty at TAU and a partner university, these courses aim to expose students to a global array of approaches, systems and perspectives. And through TAU’s Collaborative International Course Grants, instructors can receive $3,000 to support course creation and teaching. Previous course topics include refugees and asylum seekers in Germany and Israel, solutions to water shortages in Israel and California, Biblical Jerusalem and archaeology, and language and trauma in German-Jewish Thought.
Joint Summer/Winter Schools
Members from each institution work together to design and host short, focused academic programs, for instance for graduate or research students.
Interested in Partnering?