Exchange Students can access a wide variety of courses taught at The School of Management and other MA programs at Tel Aviv University (such as Law and Economics) taught in English.
Links to courses for the 2016-17 academic can be found above.
Tel Aviv University's grading system is based on a scale of 0-100:
- 95-100 = excellent
- 85-94 = very good
- 75-84 = good
- 65-74 = fairly good
- 60-64 = fair
- 0-60 = fail
Once all of the grades have been submitted to the system, the exchange office orders the transcript. When the transcript arrives, a scanned version is sent to the student via email, and two hard copies are sent via regular mail to the student's home university.
Exams and Assignments
All courses require a written end-of-term exam or summarizing assignment. Some also require an additional individual or team assignment to be carried out during the course of the term.
Exams are held during the three weeks following the end of the term. We try to accommodate the special needs of students who have to return to their home universities by a certain date.
1 credit at the Coller School of Management is equivalent to 4 ECTS (European Credits) and represents 28 academic hours.
By making higher education comparable across Europe, ECTS makes teaching and learning in higher education more transparent and facilitates the recognition of all studies.