Graduate Studies at Sackler
Why study with us?
The School of Graduate Studies at Tel Aviv University advocates excellence in research and serves as a training ground for future leaders in the biomedical field. Many of our graduates now play key roles in academia, healthcare, and industry.
The School of Graduate Studies was established to confer Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees and to train the next generation of scientists and leaders in the field of biomedical research.
We offer high-quality courses that give students the knowledge necessary for a career in the field. Master's degrees and Ph.D. studies cover a range of topics in the biomedical field and health professions. Beyond coursework, mentorship and a training program expose students to ground-breaking research on the university campus and in medical centers affiliated with TAU.
Certain programs are tailored specifically for international students. These include a 4-year medical program, a 1-year MPH in Emergency & Disaster Management, and special semester and summer programs. International students also study in our M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs. Please contact the department for more detailed information.
The faculty members bring a wealth of research and clinical experience to their lessons. They are distinguished scientists who lead the country and the world in their fields. Many of them have been recognized in Israel and abroad with prestigious awards and grants.
The school is the largest graduate school at Tel Aviv University. It currently has 1050 students, including 270 M.Sc. students and 430 Ph.D. students. We host many international students from the United States, Canada, China, India, and other countries.
Each school has its own committee to oversee the unique needs of their programs and student body. There is also a committee for graduate students and one specific to Ph.D. students. Other administrative bodies include a Teaching Committee, Scholarship Committee, M.D./Ph.D. Committee, and a Student Appeals Committee.