RIS reserves the right to change fees at any time.
Welcome to Hebrew University! Please see instructions on how to pay below, and note that there are different procedures depending on your home country.
Students from the US
If you are from the US, you should pay all fees to the Office of Academic Affairs in New York, NY. Please check with this office regarding payment procedures. More information on payment procedures for US students.
Students from Other Countries
We’re committed to providing you and your family with a range of payment options, including credit card, cash, bank check, or bank transfer. Choose the option that works best for you.
Payments in USD or NIS (New Israeli Shekels) may be made using Visa, MasterCard, or Isracard. A non-refundable service fee of 2.4 percent will be added to the charge amount when making credit card payments. To access the credit card payment page, please enter your Hebrew University student number or application file number and your five-digit code. You will receive an email confirming payment. Please bring this receipt with you to financial registration.
Please note that currently there is no possibility to make a payment by cash
Certified bank or traveler’s check:
Your certified bank or traveler’s check should made payable to Hebrew University.
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
- Swift/BIC code: IDB LILITXXX
- IBAN ($): IL360113310000006197770
- IBAN (£): IL040113310000020197774
- IBAN (€): IL030113310000010197771
- Name Beneficiary: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and include the student’s name and student number*
Please note: 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.