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Tuition: Israeli Citizen Residents

These tuition costs for Mechina Program, BASIS (B.A. Studies for International Student), Yesod, and Sadarah students apply only to Israeli citizens who are residents of Israel, including new immigrants. If you are an international student or Israeli citizen who is not a resident of Israel, please see the page for International & Israeli Citizen Non-Residents.

Students taking more than one program (i.e., Summer Ulpan and Autumn Semester) are required to meet all their financial obligations by the deadline of the first program they will attend.

Application Fee

  • NIS 360 (per academic year; non-refundable)

General Notes

  • You are personally responsible for joining a health fund (kupat cholim) to ensure access to medical care.
  • Discharged soldiers and those who completed National Service (Sherut Leumi) may qualify for scholarships from the Ministry of Defense.
  • Scholarships are available from the Ministry of Education for Israeli citizens at a low socioeconomic level. Please contact us.
  • Housing is arranged with the main Hebrew University Housing Office. The fees are paid in Israeli currency (NIS) monthly via a bank standing order. Learn more about housing.

Pre-Semester Program Requirements

You will take a placement exam to determine your placement in the language ulpan the summer before the start of your program. If you take more than one Hebrew ulpan, you’ll receive a 10% discount on the less expensive ulpan.

Summer ProgramTuitionHousingPayment Deadline
Jerusalem UlpanNIS 4,810HUJI DormsJune 4, 2018
Summer UlpanNIS 7,770 or official scholarship letter from the Student AuthorityJuly 1, 2018

Learn more about the ulpan. Learn about scholarships and financial aid.

Academic Year

Student Type (for Academic Year)TuitionPayment Deadline
Israeli Citizens (with an Israeli Identity Card)NIS 25,480*September 9, 2018
New Immigrants – Student AuthorityNIS 700 + official scholarship letter
Discharged Israeli Soldiers / Sherut Leumi ParticipantsNIS 700

*Scholarships received from the council for higher education will be deducted from the NIS 25,480 tuition fee.

Learn about scholarships and financial aid, or ask us about part-time study options.

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous Charges 
Replacement of student cardNIS 60
Visa letterUS$ 15
Hard copy of transcripts (beyond first five)*US$ 15
Request a certified e-transcript (one-time fee)US$ 10
Email an e-transcript to any specified address (per copy)US$ 15

Order transcripts.

Refunds

Hebrew Language Courses & Part-Time Student Refunds

DATE OF WITHDRAWALCHARGED
Prior to the beginning of programNIS 1,000
During the first three days of program25% of tuition fee
Between the fourth and sixth day50% of tuition fee
After the sixth day100% of tuition fee

Tuition Refunds

Withdrawal from the program is only possible by filling the Notice of Withdrawal and approved and signed by department. Students who withdraw prior to the beginning of the academic year/semester are charged a NIS 800 withdrawal fee and for any points they may have utilized for OSL activities. Once the academic year begins, the withdrawal charges are:

From:October 14, 2018November 14, 2018January 18, 2019February 24, 2019
Israeli CitizensNIS 6,584NIS 16,511NIS 17,785NIS 25,480

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