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Payment Info for Students from the US

Billing Statements

Once you’ve been admitted to Hebrew University, you’ll receive a billing statement by email. This billing statement will be accompanied by detailed information on payment due dates and procedures.

The billing statement will also contain a direct link to your personal account, allowing you to view your current financial status. 

Payment in Full

If you wish to pay your balance in full, you have a couple options.

  • Pay online: You may pay online here. For credit card payments made with Visa, MasterCard, or Isracard, a 2.4 percent service fee will be added to the payment amount.
  • Pay with a bank transfer: Your bank transfer should 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
    Swift/BIC code: IDB LILITXXX
    This transfer should be addressed to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and include the student’s name and student number. Bring a copy of this transaction to financial registration in Jerusalem.
    Please note: If the university receives an amount less than what is owed due to bank fees, the student will be charged the balance.
  • Payment by mail: To pay by mail, please send a check or money order made payable to Hebrew University. Please do not send cash! You can address your payment to:
    Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Office of Academic Affairs
    199 Water Street, 11th floor
    New York, NY 10038

Payment on Arrival

If you arrive on campus with an outstanding balance, you must be prepared to pay in full immediately or you will not be able to register for your classes.

Once you arrive, acceptable methods of payment include bank check (cashier’s check), traveler’s check or a Visa or MasterCard; personal checks will not be accepted.

Financial Aid & Loans

If you’ll be receiving financial aid from your home institution – including loans – you can defer the relevant portion of your balance. Only the amount of aid indicated on your award letter from your home institution will be deferred.

If there is an additional balance, you must pay this amount in full or enroll in the Installment Payment Plan.

Aid from your home college or university should be paid according to the following schedule:

  • If you’re enrolled for the autumn semester, the full balance is due in October.
  • If you’re enrolled for the full year, 50 percent of the balance is due in October and the remaining 50 percent is due in February.

As an alternative, you may remit payment to Hebrew University and be reimbursed by your home institution.


For information on refunds, please refer to the information supplied by the division in which you’re enrolled.

No exceptions will be made to the published refund schedule. All refunds are contingent upon the student’s full compliance with official withdrawal procedures.

Contact Student Financial Services

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