The International Program
THE ADLER-BUCHMANN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM
The Adler–Buchmann International Program for Outstanding Foreign Students was established in the summer of 2008 thanks to the generous support of Tel Aviv University’s benefactors, Dr. Mario A. Adler from Brazil and businessman Josef Buchmann from Germany.
The program aims to provide outstanding international students with the opportunity to live and study in Tel Aviv under optimal conditions. Students participating in the school orchestra will be granted a full-tuition scholarship. A limited number of students who demonstrate outstanding level of performance or who play an instrument that is designated essential to the orchestra's activity will also be eligible for a living stipend.
Students accepted to the program have the privilege of studying under the umbrella of Israel's largest university, Tel Aviv University, as well as one of the world's leading orchestras, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. The faculty is comprised of Israel's foremost musicians and pedagogues, many of whom are principal players in the IPO who have achieved international acclaim.
Since music is an international language, The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music was chosen as the front-runner in the University's internationalization process. Now in its Sixth year, the program includes 47 student from countries as diverse as Brazil, Poland, Azerbaijan, Japan, Taiwan, China, Spain, USA, Hungary, Greece, Russia, Italy, France, Germany, Argentina, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Austria, Chile, Belgium, Korea, Italy, Moldova, Mexico.
The program offers Bachelor's and Masters degrees, as well as Artist Diploma. Performance opportunities include participation in the Symphony Orchestra, chamber ensembles and opera productions, conducted bilingually in Hebrew and English.
Theoretical courses are taught in English and are available to both foreign and Israeli students, thus increasing the opportunities for interaction and cooperation between locals and guests.
Thanks to the generosity and efforts of Dr. Mario A. Adler and Mr. Josef Buchmann, the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music is realizing the goal of becoming a significant international center for musical academic study and professional training.
The International Program in English is offered for studies in the Instrumental, Vocal, Conducting and Composition departments*.
*Conducting and Composition studies are offered only for graduate students.
Studies of Musicology and composition (either undergraduate or graduate studies) are offered in Hebrew only. International students can study in Hebrew if they have good knowledge of the language.
Applying for the Adler-Buchmann International Program
For more information on the program and application process please contact the International Program Manager- Andy Feldbau