International Undergraduate Programs in Israel

Academic institutions in Israel invite you to participate in international programs, earn credits or complete your degree.
 
This is a wonderful opportunity for you to see the sites, to meet new people from all around the world, to hear Hebrew and Arabic, and to come to a closer understanding of Israeli society.
 
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English Undergraduate Studies in Israel
 
Learn and Live
 
Studying in Israel will give you a chance to live in a small but energetic and interesting country. You would get the chance to visit many historical and religious sites while enjoying every aspect of modern day Israel. You can visit the Old City of Jerusalem or go clubbing in Tel Aviv. Relax at the lowest place in the world, The Dead Sea, or go for a swim at the Sea of Galilee. The international programs also give you the chance to meet people from around the world in addition to making new Israeli friends.
 
Study Programs
 
All universities and some of the colleges in Israel offer you the opportunity to take a three or four year track in English. In addition, some schools have programs in which students in their first year take courses in English and the rest of their studies will be in Hebrew.
 
All universities offer basic Hebrew courses as well as courses in Arabic, so you can familiarize yourself with one of these two languages or with both. At the universities you can take elective courses regarding the Jewish and Arabic cultures or of the conflicts in the Middle East. You can also apply for internship programs in the Israeli high tech industry or in government or social organizations.
 
Duration
 
Most B.A. programs are designed to be completed in three years. B.Sc. engineering tracks are usually completed in four years time.

 

Admission
 
Admission for undergraduate studies is based on GPA as well as SAT (or other standardized tests) scores. Most programs require that your high school average will be 80 or higher. However, in the more demanding faculties, such as engineering, your average has to be above 90 and your SAT scores should be 1400 or higher. In case you did not finish high school at an English Speaking country you will be required to take an English Proficiency test such as TOEFL or IELTS.
 
 
Tuition Fees
 
Tuition fees at Israeli universities are approx. $3,600 per year. Private colleges tuition fees vary and could go up to approx. $7,000 per year. All universities and several colleges offer housing for additional sum; the cost differs but it is approx. $5,000 - $8,000 for one year.
 
Academic Institutions
 
We gathered for you a list of academic institutions that offer international programs:
 
HAC - Hadassah Academic College (Jerusalem) – HAC offers various career-focused degree programs, online courses, workshops, and lectures in English. In addition to courses taught by HAC faculty, the College hosts academic experts from around the globe. Moreover, HAC partners with institutions of higher education across the globe, on various academic projects. This institution’s internationalization strategies aim at preparing students for developing professional competencies which meet the demands of the ever-changing reality. HAC’s programs are recognized by the CHE (Council of Higher Education) in Israel, offering transferable credits, and ECTS.
 
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem – offers a "Gap program" – First year studies in English and the rest is in Hebrew. The track includes the areas of Middle Eastern and Israel studies, Religion, Environmental Studies, Behavioral Sciences and Brain Sciences.
 
Bar Ilan University (Ramat Gan) – offers B.A. in Communications as a double major with political science or English literature, single-majors including B.A. in linguistics, B.A. in English literature, and a multidisciplinary B.A. in Jewish studies.
 
The College of Law and Business (Ramat Gan) - at CLB, international students can participate in the bilingual LL.B. undergraduate in law, which is suitable for both English-speaking and Hebrew-speaking students. Studies span 3.5 years.
 
Tel Aviv University – The B.A. in Liberal Arts track allows students to take elective courses in various areas such as science, literature, communications, politics, philosophy and sociology. Another program is for B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and it provides participants with theoretical fundamentals as well as much desired practical experience.
 
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Be'er Sheva) – The southern university offers undergraduate tracks in Foreign Literature and Linguistics. You can study both as a double major or study only one of the programs as your major.
 
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa) – The Technion is one of the oldest and most prestigious academic institutions in Israel. There you can study in English for a B.Sc. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
 
Reichman University (Herzliya) - Reichman University’s international school is the largest in Israel, with more than 2,500 students from over 90 countries around the globe - a third of all students at the university are internationals. There are currently 10 undergraduate degrees conducted in English: Business Administration, Communications, Computer Science, Government, Psychology and double degrees in Business and Economics, Entrepreneurship and Business, Entrepreneurship and Computer Science, Sustainability and Government, Economics and Entrepreneurship with Data Science.
 
The Jerusalem College of Technology – JCT - combines Jewish religious studies with academic degrees. It offers an English track for its undergraduate business students.
 

 

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