Arts - Graduate
The Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts
Up to date 22.1.2017
Faculty of the Arts Graduate School
The Faculty of the Arts offers a variety of graduate programs in Architecture, Theater Arts, Art History, Film and Television, as well as in the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music. In addition to these disciplinary studies, the Graduate School offers a combined program in the arts (“the Interdisciplinary Program in the Arts”) and diploma programs. The programs are designed to provide a comprehensive foundation in artistic research together with the means to develop academic research, practice and professional training for a career in teaching.
Candidates for the graduate studies programs must have either a B.A. or a B.F.A. degree, with a minimum grade of 80, conferred by Tel Aviv University or a similarly recognized university. Acceptance is contingent upon confirmation by the Teaching and Admissions Committee.
Applicants with a B.A. whose academic background is not in the arts will be required to take supplementary courses, pursuant to the decision of the Graduate School's Teaching and Admissions Committee.