Even while frenetic Tel Aviv was in lockdown, Tel Aviv University dropped everything to help with the Israeli and global fight against COVID-19.
Every contribution to this Campaign will go towards full or partial scholarships for talented students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
It’s often said that Israel’s greatest natural resource is the brain-power of its people — but the skills needed for leadership don’t just happen. They are carefully shaped and nourished by a first-rate education.
That’s why TAU graduates and faculty can be found at the helm of Israel’s leading companies, in the top echelons of public service, and on the cutting edge of science and technology.
And why your contribution today will have such an important impact on tomorrow, helping to forge the leaders of the next generation.
TAU paleontologists unearthed what may be the earliest example of humans storing food for later consumption
Designed by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects, the building is dedicated to the future of computer science.
TAU archaeologists reveal why ancient humans in Israel collected feathers 420,000 years ago.
Tel Aviv University launched its new Center for Quantum Science and Technology this week, bringing together some 20 research labs from across university faculties.