Applicants who have high school diplomas, or equivalent certificates which qualify them for admission to university studies in their country of origin, are eligible for admission to undergraduate programs at BGU. It is the applicant's responsibility to provide all supporting documents and credentials, and to ascertain that the application form is complete. Each application is considered on an individual basis.
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Admission to graduate programs of BGU is offered to applicants who hold Bachelor's degree, or equivalent foreign credentials and who show promise of superior scholarly achievements. An application is judged by academic records; recommendations of instructors (or others) qualified to evaluate academic ability and character, interest and potential; academic or professional honors; and when relevant, test scores and practical experience.
All postgraduate (Ph.D.) studies are administered through the Kreitman School of Advanced Studies.
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Financial support for doctoral students is arranged through the Kreitman Foundation.
It is strongly recommended that applicants consult with the Faculty and department of interest to them, regarding possible further requirements and/or documentation.
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Tuition is determined annually by the Council for Higher Education for all Israeli institutions of higher education. An initial payment is required after acceptance and prior to the beginning of the semester for which the student is registered, and the balance of the tuition can paid in convenient installments.
For further and current details, please contact Office of Student Accounts at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students delinquent in any financial obligation to the university may not register, attend classes, take exams, apply for a leave of absence, or obtain transcripts of academic records. Candidates may not be recommended for degrees until all required fees have been paid.
BGU participates in the national "Perach" program: university students who tutor-mentor schoolchildren from disadvantaged families. The student mentor receives partial scholarship for tuition and/or academic credit for this work. Contact: www.perach.org.il
Information on scholarships available through the University may be found at the Office of the Dean of Students.
In addition, financial aid is available from a variety of Government, Jewish Agency and private sources.
A limited number of graduate assistantships are available to outstanding students. For additional information, write to the Chairman of the Department of interest.
should consult with the Kreitman Foundation.
More information may be found at The Office of International Academic Affairs website