Once Admitted

Once Admitted

Upon admission to the Dual Degree Program between Tel Aviv University and Columbia University, students will receive important, time-sensitive information about housing, student visas, Admitted Students events, and the steps necessary to begin enrollment in the Dual Degree Program.

Admitted Students Day

You and two guests are invited to a celebratory and informative event on April 16 detailing the academic curriculum, student-life programs, and necessary enrollment preparations for Dual Degree Program students. Representatives from Columbia University, Sciences Po faculty, and current students will be available to speak about the program and answer your questions. Attendees may join the event in-person or virtually. 

While we hope that students and guests will be able to attend the Admitted Students Day event in person—as it offers a unique opportunity to learn about the Program and meet with key individuals who will support you throughout your experience as a student—a virtual option is available for those who are unable to make it to the Columbia campus to attend.

If you would like to attend in-person, please register before Friday, April 14 at 12p.m.


  • 9 - 10 a.m. ET | Optional Faculty Discussion: the Value of International Academic Partnerships (In-Person Only)
  • 10:45 a.m. ET | Check-In Begins (In-Person only)
  • 11:10 - 11:55 a.m. ET | Welcoming Remarks (In-Person Only)
  • 12 - 1 p.m. ET | Welcome Reception and Lunch (In-Person Only)
  • 1:15 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET | Breakout Sessions by Program (All Attendees)
    • Representatives from Sciences Po, Trinity College Dublin, and Tel Aviv University will host each session and a panel Q&A with administrators and current students in the program
  • 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. ET | Campus Tour (In-Person only)

*Masks are optional

Optional Event: The Value of International Academic Partnerships

You and your family are invited to a discussion on the importance of international academic partnerships and their new book, The Social Production of Crisis: Blood, Politics, and Death in France and the United States, with Profs. Constance Nathanson (Columbia, Mailman School of Public Health), Henri Bergeron (Sciences Po, Centre for the Sociology of Organisations), Gil Eyal (Columbia, Department of Sociology), and Emmanuel Kattan (Director, Alliance Program). The discussion will be moderated by Professor Lisa Rosen-Metsch, Dean of the Columbia School of General Studies.

Students interested in attending Admitted Students Day, please register above.

Connect with the Community

As you plan for your enrollment in the Dual Degree Program this fall, we know that you are looking forward to connecting with your future classmates and other members of the community.

As an admitted student, you have access to an exclusive community via ZeeMee where you can meet and chat with fellow incoming students, as well as current students, before the semester begins.

To join the community, download the ZeeMee app using the link below.

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