Tuition is approximately $10,000 for the full program, not including additional fees.
Scholarships (full and partial) are available for qualifying candidates, based on academic merit and financial needs.
Scholarships can cover tuition, housing, living expenses, travel, insurance and third semester in Africa.
Please note: Even with a full scholarship, candidates will have to cover registration and contribute to monthly living fees.
One can apply for a scholarship only after being accepted into the program.
Any student who wants to study in Israel must obtain an A-2 visa (Student visa) from the Israeli embassy/consulate in the country of his residence.
For information about visa click here.
Visa will be arranged with the assistance of the program.
International students must be covered by a comprehensive health insurance policy provided by an Israeli provider, for the period of their stay in Israel.
Having health insurance is mandatory in order to apply for a visa!
BGU works with Harel-Yedidim Health Insurance Company, which is affiliated with the Clalit Health Care Services.
For more information click here.
For important updated information from the Israeli Ministry of Health regarding Covid-19 regulations click here.
Health insurance will be arranged with the assistance of the program.
Students' Dormitories at Beer-Sheva are intended for all students coming for a minimum of one academic year. The two dormitories are located on both sides of the campus, in Neighborhoods Gimel and Daled. Each dormitory has a supervisor in charge of the maintenance of the buildings, equipment, and regular and ongoing activities.
More information can be found on the International Students website: Study at BGU