Tel Aviv University has created a hybrid face-to-face and online model for the 2020 fall semester, allowing students who are unable to attend the university in person to take part in all available classes. The university will adjust this policy, should the State of Israel’s regulations change.
While part of the Liberal Arts/Dual Degree first-year courses will be assigned a classroom, classes will be offered both online and in the physical space, with the limitation of up to 50 students per in-person class (all classes will be held in large enough rooms to allow for the required distancing). Students who are unable to attend classes will not be disadvantaged and will be able to complete their program of choice within the scheduled timeframe.
As of recently, arrival to Israel has been approved for international students, following the below steps:
- Issuing a student visa by the Israeli consulates worldwide- you are encouraged to get in touch with the relevant consulate as soon as possible, your coordinator/advisor will supply you with the necessary documents needed to assess your request.
- Receiving an entry permit to Israel, sent to you by TAU Intl. team- this permit will be issued in accordance to your scheduled arrival date.
- Completing a mandatory 14 days quarantine in TAU’s dorms- this will be offered at an additional cost and will include a housing costs, meal plan, an orientation, etc.