How to Apply
We offer three program intakes per year, in March, July and October, so it’s always a good time to apply to the Tel Aviv Online MBA. Our recruitment team is here to help you determine which start date is best for you and your academic goals.
|Degree||Bachelor or master’s degree from an academic institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education in Israel|
|Minimum GPA||75 (on a scale of 0-100)|
|Official GMAT Score|
Minimum score of at least 45 on the quantitative section of GMAT
If you do not meet the standard GMAT criteria, we may accept candidates with experience listed in the Detailed Admissions Criteria section below.
|Admission Score||Admission will be considered on the basis of a formula that weights the grade of the candidate’s previous degree and the quantitative GMAT (or quantitative psychometric, see detailed admissions criteria) score. Candidates will be admitted if they comply with the academic criteria and have a weighted admission score of 81.|
|Proof of English Proficiency||Applicants from non-English speaking countries must provide proof of English proficiency. Detailed language criteria is listed below.|
|Additional Requirements||Applicants who have completed their studies outside of Israel will have their diplomas and certificates examined by the Registration Office to confirm the validity of the institution and the degree. If you do not meet the standard academic criteria, exceptions can be made and deliberated by an admissions committee.|
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Detailed Academic Criteria
If you do not meet the standard GMAT criteria, the following may be accepted:
- Candidates with at least seven years of managerial / business experience or command experience from the defense system, who have successfully completed the admissions interview and passed the admissions exam in mathematics. Admission to this track also requires permission of the employer to take the time off to participate in the studies and letters of recommendation.
- A bachelor’s degree from a recognized academic institution with a GPA of at least 90 (on a scale of 0-100) in either engineering, exact sciences or biotechnology*
- A master’s degree from a recognized academic institution with a minimum grade point average of 85 in Engineering, Exact Sciences (according to the departments of Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Exact Sciences), Life Sciences (according to the departments of Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Life Sciences), Economics, Management Sciences, Medical Science, or holders of a master’s degree in another discipline with a substantial quantitative component *
- Holders of a DMD, Ph.D., or M.D. from a recognized academic institution
- Minimum score of at least 131 on the quantitative section of the psychometric test
- Minimum score of at least 715 on the quantitative SAT
*Applicants accepted in one of the admission channels without GMAT / quantitative psychometric score, are required to pass the course “Analytic and Statistic Models in Management” and the course “Economics for Business Administration” with a grade of at least 75 by the end of the first semester of their studies (Except for candidates accepted in the admission track based on employment experience).
The decisions of the admissions committee are based on the relevant considerations. They are final and cannot be contested, unless new documents or data are submitted that the committee did not have at its disposal during its deliberations. The decisions of the admissions committee are valid only for the semester for which the applicant has registered. Applicants who do not begin their studies in that semester must go through the registration and admissions process again.
Any case of contradiction between the above mentioned requirements and an oral conversation that took place with our representatives, the written regulations prevails the verbal conversation.
Accepted candidates are required to have knowledge of mathematics to ensure they have the quantitative tools to successfully complete their studies at the School. Students can meet the requirement based on their previous studies or based on the Math exam they took before the start of the first year of studies (otherwise they will not be able to take the required courses in “Economics for Business Administration” and “Foundations of Finance”). Candidates accepted in the admission track based on managerial experience are exempt.
Starting from the 2020/21 academic year, accepted candidates will be able to take an exemption exam for the course “Analytic and Statistic Models in Management”. The exemption exam may be taken only during the first year of studies.
English Language Requirements
Applicants from non-English speaking countries must provide proof of English proficiency. Applicants can do so in one of the following ways:
- IELTS: 6.5 (overall). We do not accept IELTS General Training
- TOEFL: 550 paper / 79 internet. We do not accept TOEFL ITP.
- Cambridge FCE/ Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)/ Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE): pass (A, B or C)
The English proficiency test scores must show that the applicant is at the B2 level on the CEFR. If you do not currently hold an up-to-date English Language test certificate, we also accept proof of English proficiency in one of the following ways:
- Submitting an official and original letter (must include the institution’s logo, stamp and signature) written by the head of the division of languages, head of English programs, academic secretary or academic registrar from a recognized academic institution testifying that the applicant is at the B2 level or higher on the CEFR.
- Presenting an original and official diploma (must include the institution’s logo, stamp and signature) certifying that the student graduated (not attended) high school in an English-speaking country.
- By presenting a diploma supplement in which it is stated that the language of instruction was exclusively English.
- Submitting an official and original letter (must include the institution’s logo, stamp and signature) written by the academic secretary or academic registrar from a recognized academic institution testifying that the student graduated (not attended) an English-medium (undergraduate or graduate) academic program. The letter must state that the program was taught exclusively in English. Sending a transcript in English is not enough.
Exemptions from English requirements include:
- Holders of a degree from an Israeli academic institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education in Israel.
- Holders of a degree from a recognized institution abroad located in an English-speaking country where the language of instruction is English.
- Holders of a degree from a recognized institution abroad located in a non-English-speaking country where the language of instruction of the entire program is English.
You may be able to transfer up to six previously earned credits into the Tel Aviv Online MBA program. To evaluate your credits, submit a transcript or syllabus for review, as Tel Aviv University will not acknowledge every university.
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