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Financial Registration

Financial Registration

RIS reserves the right to change fees at any time.

By meeting all of your financial obligations and submitting the necessary forms in advance, you will benefit from a streamlined arrival process. You may be directed straight to student housing or to receive your student cards. Please visit our Payment Information page to ensure your arrival goes smoothly.

Late Submission of Payment or Forms

Students are required to fulfill all of their financial obligations and submit all the necessary forms by the program’s payment deadline.

Students who either do not complete all of their financial obligations or do not submit all of the necessary forms before their program’s financial registration final payment date may be subject to a
US $150 late payment fine.
 Upon arrival for financial registration, they may be subject to a long wait to complete their financial commitment form, their application for health insurance, and to make any outstanding payments. Only then will they receive housing referrals and student identification cards.

External students pay tuition in full for one program at a time. Those who are registered for consecutive programs pay tuition for the second program once the first program has begun.

Financial registration in itself does not constitute proof of academic eligibility to begin studies.

Payments made in currencies other than those listed herein will be calculated according to the relevant exchange rate on the date the Hebrew University receives the payment.

The RIS may deny University services, such as class attendance, issuance of transcripts, housing, health insurance, library privileges and computer accounts, to students who have not met their financial obligations to the Hebrew University.

 

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