Help us Raise 75 Scholarships to Mark Israel’s 75th!
With a wide variety of scholarship campaigns all in critical need of your support, we are proud that TAU’s student body mirrors the diversity of Israeli society including Ethiopian Israelis, Israeli Arabs, Ultra-Orthodox, single mothers, residents of low socio-economic cities and towns, and Ukrainian refugees who have found a new home in the heart of Israel.
Many students are only able to access higher education through financial assistance from TAU, and your generous support. In these challenging times, Israel’s future leaders and innovators need your urgent help so that they in turn can help shape a bright and optimistic future for our nation.
“In honour of Israel’s 75th anniversary, TAU Trust is launching a special scholarship campaign for students with financial need.
Israel’s massive investment in education over the past 75 years has proved critical in positioning the Jewish State as a world leader in technology, innovation, agriculture, biomedicine and many other spheres- eventually transforming it into the Startup Nation. Tel Aviv University has been a key driver in this growth and leadership over decades.
Now, you can be part of Israel’s future innovation by helping talented young students
realise their academic potential.
When he discovered the Global MBA program at the TAU Coller School of Management, he saw a way to break into the Israeli finance market, build connections, and get some of that Israeli oomph that makes startup founders so prolific in the TAU alumni pool. “I’m taking a big risk,” he says, “but TAU seems like the perfect place to bet on.”
“Tel Aviv University has the best practical security program. It is also based in Tel Aviv, which is a technological hub, developing some of the latest solutions for the security field. Combined, these two factors give TAU’s Security and Diplomacy Program a clear competitive edge.”
“My ultimate goal is to raise mental health awareness and help people in the Israeli-Ethiopian community, where the subject is taboo,” says Bogala, who recently finished her first year of a bachelor’s degree, double-majoring in psychology and English literature.
“Without the scholarship, I don’t think I would be able to pursue my degree as effectively as I can now and live so close to the University campus, which makes a difference,” says Bogala, who is originally from Yavne, a city south of Tel Aviv.
“Without the scholarship, I wouldn’t be in Israel because I would not be able to afford the rent or tuition,” she says.
“To give a scholarship to someone is like to [plant] a tree that has roots and branches,” she continues.
“The day I received my scholarship was a very important moment in my life. Maybe through me, other lives can be changed, too.”
“Studying at TAU and living in Israel would not have been possible without the generosity of people who donate scholarships,” Rozen says.
”I, for one, and many other students wouldn’t be here without this help.”
“Their support isn’t just limited to the duration of time at the University; it’s personally meaningful and can change the whole life of the person who receives it,” Giorgis says.
“They enabled me to focus on my studies in peace without worrying about the financial side of things.”
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