by supporting the next generation of students at Tel Aviv University.
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.
Certificates in honour or memory of a loved one
When you commemorate a special or solemn occasion with a donation to Tel Aviv University, you honour the recipient with a unique gift — a gift that expresses your passion for scholarship and the joy of learning.
We’ll send a certificate to whomever you designate indicating that you have made a commemorative gift to Tel Aviv University.
Your thoughtfulness will be greatly appreciated.
Every gift — no matter what the size — helps the University continually expand its ground-breaking teaching and research activities, and ensure equal accessibility to our study programs for students from a diverse array of backgrounds. By making a gift to TAU, you join thousands of donors from across the globe who are together making a substantial contribution to the future of not only Tel Aviv University, but the State of Israel itself.
On Tuesday 9th July, 2019, TAU Trust, in collaboration with AKIM Israel and Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, held the first sold out “Jazz in July” event featuring young accomplished jazz musician, Robert Ukrainsky with special guest, the renowned UK saxophonist, Alex Woods.
Vocalist Grace Woods along with pianist Andy Bunting, Bass player Tom Bunting and drums player Jonathan Silk joined saxophonist’s Robert and Alex for an array of easy listening and well-known jazz tunes. Guests had the unique opportunity to hear the overwhelming talent from these musicians, whilst enjoying specially created cocktails and sumptuous canapés.
On Thursday 6th June 2019, TAU Trust held their 12th annual “Night at the Movies” with “Shorts, Shots & Sushi” as part of their “Starry TAU Night Series”.
Before enjoying an array of vodka shots and sushi, our supporters and friends were welcomed at JW3 in North London by Barak Ganor, Head of Culture at the Embassy of Israel, who shared his experience as a TAU Alumnus.
The epicentre of the evening featured four mesmerising and thought-provoking “short” films created by students from the prestigious Steve Tisch School of Film & Television. This year’s films covered a range of themes which dealt with some of today’s worldwide issues, specific Israeli matters, life events and even football with a mix of emotions which ranged from the serious to the more humorous and everything in between!
On Tuesday 2nd April, 2019, TAU Trust hosted an “Evening with Avi Issacharoff”, the co-creator of FAUDA and a celebrated TAU alumnus. Avi shared how his education at TAU and his fascinating career to date led him to co-creating a global phenomenon that is FAUDA. We were delighted to welcome Sharon Bar-Li, Deputy Ambassador of Israel to the UK who shared her experience as a TAU alumnus, TV Presenter & Broadcaster Samantha Simmonds as well as many TAU Governors, trustees and special guests.
Our supporters were treated to a FAUDA-themed “Gin Cocktail” sponsored by Artisan Drinks Company, which added a certain “pizzazz” to the evening.
We were delighted you were able to join us at our University for a Night. We hope you enjoyed the special evening, hosted by Rothschild & Co, which featured some of TAU’s leading faculty including Dr Goren Gordon, Professor Zahava Solomon and Professor Asher Susser and was facilitated by Professor Eli Talmor, Governor of TAU. Each one had a unique story to tell and we hope that in the short time you were exposed to their research, you were able to take something away with you.
We were delighted to welcome His Excellency Mark Regev, Ambassador of Israel to the UK, and to have with us Amos Elad, Vice President of TAU as well as many TAU Governors and trustees.
The Tel Aviv University UK alumni group was created as a platform for alumni who live in the UK to meet and network with other alumni and serve as a business and social network.
Founded in 2010, the group already has over 200 members and continues to grow. You can also connect to our facebook group.
Ready to embark on the journey of a lifetime in a city where ancient history meets cutting-edge innovation? TAU International offers English-taught programs that give you access to the best of TAU’s top-tier academics and provides close connections to institutions and companies in Israel and worldwide. You’ll be able to enjoy all of this in the heart of Tel Aviv, the Mediterranean city that never stops.