The Coller School of Management is equipped to admit a limited number of doctoral candidates. Of those applicants who meet Tel Aviv University’s admission requirements only those with the talents and qualifications that fit in with the subjects of research that are of particular interest to the school will be considered.
The most natural candidates for admission are outstanding graduates of our M.Sc. program who intend to continue their research in their chosen area of specialization and are well known to the school’s faculty members. At the same time, the school is also interested in other outstanding candidates, including:
- Holders of a master’s degree with thesis in a discipline relevant to business administration
- Holders of an MBA who can demonstrate research ability
- Holders of a master’s degree with or without thesis in allied fields, either disciplinary or professional (for example, engineering or medicine)
- Outstanding holders of a bachelor’s degree from the Coller School of Management or in an allied field, who may be considered for a direct path to a doctoral degree.
Minimum Application Requirements
1. Eligibility to apply
Applicants must meet the minimum requirements set out in Tel Aviv University’s regulations for doctoral students as follows:
They must hold a master’s degree or an M.D. degree with a weighted grade of at least “Very Good” (85), with a thesis with a grade of at least 85.
Holders of a bachelor’s degree with a weighted grade of at least 90 in a three-year program or at least 85 in a four-year program.
All applicants must have a score of at least 45 in the quantitative part of the GMAT or at least 130 in the quantitative part of the Psychometry test.
Applicants should note that meeting the minimum requirements does not necessarily guarantee acceptance to the doctoral program.
2. Submitting an application
Applications submitted to the Coller School of Management's Doctoral Program Secretariat should include:
An application form, including the area or areas of specialization requested.
The Doctoral Program Committee will consider an application only after receipt of all the references.
Registration for the doctoral program is dependent upon the applicant obtaining the agreement of an authorized Coller faculty member, who must be at least a senior lecturer, to serve as a dissertation supervisor. In special cases, the Coller School Doctoral Program Committee will have the authority to allow the appointment of a supervisor who does not meet the above requirements, provided the appointment is authorized by the Tel Aviv University Doctoral Program Committee.