60th Anniversary Scholarship Campaign

Who is building Israel’s future? YOU ARE…

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.


Gal Schlesinger,

26, fourth year dual BSc student in neuroscience and biomedical engineering

Gal chose to combine these two fields following his army service in an elite technological unit, during which he saw the potential of high-tech to positively impact on people’s lives. His dream is to invent a medical therapy or device that will save lives and ease suffering. And he’s already on the way, having started working this year part-time as a development engineer in a medical start-up that develops brain implants for people who have suffered a stroke.



Gil Baram,
32, PhD student of political science with emphasis on international relations & cyber technologies.


A former Israel Air Force officer and a mother of twin one-year old sons, Gil is fascinated by how advances in cyber technologies affect relations between countries. Her ambition is to advise Israeli decision makers on cyber policy, drawing on the knowledge she has garnered during her studies. Gil is also a qualified horse therapy instructor who worked for many years with disabled children and IDF veterans

Thank you for Supporting TAU’s Mission to Provide Educational Opportunities for Talented Students.

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