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Payment Information

Students from the United States may pay all fees to the Office of Academic Affairs in NY. Students are advised to consult with them regarding payment procedures. Please see

For students from all other countries:

The Rothberg International School is committed to providing students and their families with a range of options for paying their educational expenses, including  credit card, cash , bank check , or bank transfer ,  

  • Credit Card -  Payments in US Dollars or New Israeli Shekels  may be made with a VISA, MasterCard or an Isracard.   A non-refundable service fee (1.9% of the charge amount) will be added to the credit card amount when making credit card payments.
    To access the payment page please enter your Hebrew University student number or application file number, and your 5 digit code.  You will receive an email confirming payment.  Please bring this receipt with you to financial registration.
    Please note: Reimbursements may only be refunded to the credit card used to make the payment. We do not keep credit card information.

  • Cash
    Payments in all currencies are done in the  Finance Offices (Boyar Room 501/502) 

  • Certified bank or traveler’s checks made payable to The Hebrew University of Jerusalem .

  • Bank Transfers of the fees may be made to Bank Discount (#11), the Kanfei Nesharim branch (#331), 15 Kanfei Nesharim Street, Jerusalem, Account number 33182.

IBAN ($): IL360113310000006197770
IBAN (£): IL040113310000020197774
IBAN (€): IL030113310000010197771


The transfer should specify The Hebrew University - Rothberg International School and include the student’s name and student number. A copy of this transaction must be brought to financial registration in Jerusalem. Please note that in cases where the RIS receives a reduced amount due to bank fees the student will be charged the difference       

Complete Financial Information Guide 2016-2017

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