In order to be considered for admission, candidates must have attained one of the following qualifications:
- SATs - 1100 points
- ACT – 21 points
- Israeli Psychometric test – 450 points
- GaoKao – based on regional scores for the relevant year
- International Baccalauréat
In addition, applicants who have attended a recognized higher education institution for at least two semesters and obtained a GPA of B or above may be considered for admissions with 1000 points in the SATs or 19 points in the ACT
Alternatively, applicants from the following countries may apply using their national exam certificates:
|Canada||Ontario high school transcript or CEGEP|
|UK||At least two A-Levels (only one can be in a language subject)|
General Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate, Upper Level
Board 10 and 12 with a minimum average of 75% combined
Jordan/East Jerusalem/Palestinian Authority
Ceneval exani 2
Students who attended a school in which the language of instruction was not English are required to submit scores of an English proficiency exam – TOEFL (minimum 79) or IELTS (minimum 6.5)
In response to testing centers closing due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, Tel Aviv University has temporarily approved the use of the Duolingo English Test (DET), replacing the TOEFL and IELTS proficiency exams. Duolingo English tests taken between January and September 2020 will be accepted for fall 2020 admission. A minimum score of 105 is required.
Students who have credits from other higher education establishments may be able to transfer credit towards their degree. In order to be eligible, the credits must be relevant to the Liberal Arts curriculum. In addition, only courses with a grade B (82%) or above will be considered. A maximum of 78 credits (2 years of study) can be accepted.
It is also possible to receive credit for relevant I.B. (at grade 5+) and A.P. (4+) classes.
Transfer credits will typically result in students being exempted from relevant classes at TAU.