International students in short-term programs at BGU will live in dorms together with other international students as well as local Israeli students. Living in on-campus housing with other students allows for students to be fully immersed in the BGU community and is part of a well-rounded study abroad or exchange experience. 

Check out the video for more details on what the dorms look like, their proximity to our main campus, and more! 

 Virtual tour of BGU International dorms


​​​​​The dorms assigned to international students in short-term programs are located in the Me'onot Dalet dormitory complex, which is across the street from the campus. 

The dormitories are apartments of four private bedrooms with a bathroom, kitchen, and shared common area. Each bedroom has a bed, desk, closet, chair, and lamp and can be locked for privacy. The apartments have a central air-conditioning system.

Please Note: Aside from furniture, the dorms are unequipped. This means that students have to bring their own linens, blankets, kitchenware, cooking equipment, and eating utensils. These can easily be purchased locally at a reasonable price and often the Israeli roommates have already bought many of these items.

See detailed information below. ​

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