Student Exchange Program Overview
The Coller Exchange Program is open to MBA/MSc/MA students and qualified professionals. We host students from leading business school from all over the world.
Each semester at the Coller School of Management runs 13 or 14 weeks and is divided into two modules.
Exchange students can stay with us for either an entire semester or for the first module of each semester.
Why Study at The Coller School of Management?
The Coller School of management is the only Israeli member of the Partnership in management (PIM) and the only internationally accredited business school in Israel (AACSB). We are in partnership with over 100 business schools worldwide.
As an exchange student you can take a variety of business schools courses (strategy, entrepreneurship, marketing, organizational behavior, etc.) and you can take courses offered by other schools at the university (Middle Eastern culture, Economics, Law, etc.).
You can go on field trips and explore the country. As an exchange student you become part of the TAU buddy system, where exchange students meet Israeli and other international students and the Student Union which organizes social, cultural and sporting events throughout the semester.
Why Tel Aviv University?
We are Israel's largest and most comprehensive university. We are consistently ranked in the top 20 in the world in scientific citations and are among the top 100 universities internationally.
A major center of teaching and research, Tel Aviv University is comprised of 9 faculties, 106 departments, and 90 research institutes. There are currently around 29,000 students studying at the university in various degree programs.
Why Tel Aviv?
Live in the city that never sleeps. Experience the city buzz and energy with its amazing beaching, cafes, nightlife and party atmosphere.
Be a part of the heart of the 'Start-Up Nation' and home to Israel's start-up community. Tel Aviv was ranked Europe's main technology hub by the Wall Street Journal, the world's 2nd best start-up ecosystem by Startup Genome and the 3rd Best City by Lonely Planet.