Last date of submission July 15, 2021
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Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in law (LL.B., JD, Bachelor of Laws) prior to starting the LL.M. degree. Students in their final year of undergraduate law degree studies may apply and will be accepted on the condition they finish their first degree in good standing (above 80/100).
Former TAU Law Exchange Students are encouraged to apply! Should you have studied at TAU Law or at your home university and have taken a course, seminar, or workshop within the past 5 years that –
- was taught in English
- was not included in the final count of the required credits towards your LL.B./JD or LL.M.
- was either studied towards an LL.M or could qualify towards an LL.M at your home institution (for example, a course with both undergraduate and graduate students), and
- your grade in such was 80+ (pass/ fail courses will not qualify)
then we are happy to consider up to 6 credits of qualifying courses towards your LL.M degree at TAU. Tuition will be reduced accordingly.
About the Program:
Law professors from TAU Law and prestigious international law schools teach almost 50 courses, workshops and seminars entirely in English. These classes are designed to explore contemporary challenges to law stemming from processes of globalization, the Israeli legal and social systems, the complexities of the Middle East region and the technological and entrepreneurial dynamism of the "Start-up Nation."
Students may pursue a general course of study, or may choose to concentrate their courses in one of the following areas:
The LL.M. program covers 32 academic credits over the period of 3 academic semesters:
- The opening Core Semester (including Orientation Day) takes place from September 1, 2021 – to September 30, 2021.
- The Fall Semester takes place October 10, 2021 – January 9, 2022, followed by a two-week exam period.
- The Spring Semester takes place February 20, 2022 – June 10, 2022, followed by a two-week exam period.
*ALL SEMESTERS ARE MANDATORY (dates are subject to change)
Christmas and New Year’s Day are regular workdays unless they fall on a weekend (Saturday) or vacation break *if you celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday, inform your lecturer and LL.M. Admin should you need to miss class.
Law degree transcript(s) & diploma(s)
Transcripts must show all courses and grades obtained and should be submitted with the corresponding diploma. Transcripts may have to be officially translated at the applicant's expense to be reviewed by the Registrar's Office.
Law school ranking
If available, please ask your law school to provide a letter indicating your individual law school ranking.
Completed online application form
Make sure to complete the program-related questions on the application portal.
CV or resume
Personal Statement (essay)
Your personal statement should be no more than 500 words and should describe your background, your academic or professional interests and goals, and your motivation to study in the International LL.M. program.
Two letters of recommendation
Letters should be written by law professors or legal employment supervisors – or a combination of both.
TOEFL or IELTS score
An English-language proficiency exam must be taken before July 1, and official scores should be sent directly to the TAU International office by the testing agency. TAU International's ETS code is 7704. The minimum scores on the TOEFL test are written 582, computer-based 223, or internet-based 89 (a 17 or higher must be obtained in all sections). The minimum overall bandwidth score on the IELTS test is 7. An exemption may be granted – please inquire with the Admissions Director.
$150 application fee
Tuition for the 2021-2022 academic year is USD $21,000.
- Tuition includes administration fees, access to university libraries, and a number of social events and trips.
- Housing, meals, transportation, and incidentals are not included in the tuition fees.
NOTE: Student visas are to be obtained directly with the relevant embassy or consulate, and not via the International LL.M. Program office.