Undergraduate Students

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Step 1

Get in the application form or use the QR code:

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Step 2

Create a new user account (or log-in with your Existing User details) 

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Step 3

Upload the required documents:
copies of your official transcript
copies of your official diploma
a photocopy of the first page of your Passport or Teudat Zehut (ID), as well as a recent passport-sized (2″x2″) photo of your face)
Scores from SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or Psychometric tests – if needed.
Full requirements can be found here for degrees taught in Hebrew, and here for degrees taught in English.

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Step 4

After uploading and filling out the needed fields, you’d have to pay 460 ILS of non-refundable registration fee. An application confirmation will be sent to your email address.

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Step 5

Thereafter, your application will be reviewed and examined in accordance with the specific requirements. A letter of acceptance or rejection will be sent to your email address up to 30 working days. Bear in mind that there are departments in which internal committees will have to deliberate, so the application might take longer.

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Step 6

Hurray, you’ve been accepted to the track(s) you applied for! Now you should pay the down payment, which will be sent to you along with the acceptance letter. The letter will also include a link to our Welcome Letter, where you can find essential information.

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Step 7

Sign up to courses: around mid-August you’d have a time slot in which you would need to sign up to next year’s courses. The academic year will begin on October 10, 2021.

Graduate Students – Foreign Passport holders only

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Step 1

Get in the application form or use the QR code:

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Step 2

Create a new user account (or log-in with your Existing User details)

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Step 3

Upload the required documents:
A copy of your BA official diploma
A copy of your BA official transcript
A photocopy of the first page of your passport
Feel free to add any other documents you find relevant.

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Step 4

After uploading and filling out the needed fields, you’d have to pay 464 ILS of non-refundable registration fee. An application confirmation will be sent to your email address.

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Step 5

Your application will be reviewed and examined in accordance with the specific requirements. If nothing is missing, the department will deliberate, and a letter of acceptance or rejection will be sent to your email address within 60 working days.

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Step 6

Hurray, you’ve been accepted to the track you applied for! Now you should pay the down payment, payment requirement will be sent to you along with the acceptance letter. The letter will also include a link to our Welcome Letter, where you can find essential information, as well as our Student Guide

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Step 7

Sign up to courses: around mid-August you’d have a time slot in which you would need to sign up to next year’s courses. The academic year will begin on October 10, 2021.

Ph.D. Students – Foreign Passport holders only

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Step 1

Get in the application form or use the QR code:

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Step 2

Create a new user account (or log-in with your Existing User details)

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Step 3

Upload the required documents:
A copy of your BA official diploma
A copy of your BA official transcript
A copy of your MA official diploma
A copy of your MA official transcript (including thesis grade)
Letter of Intent/Statement of Purpose
A photocopy of the first page of your passport
Feel free to add any other documents you find relevant.

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Step 4

After uploading and filling out the needed fields, you’d have to pay 464 ILS of non-refundable registration fee. An application confirmation will be sent to your email address.

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Step 5

Your application will be reviewed and examined in accordance with the specific requirements. If nothing is missing, the department will deliberate, and a letter of acceptance or rejection will be sent to your email address.

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Step 6

Hurray, you’ve been accepted to the track you applied for! Now you should pay the down payment, payment requirement will be sent to you along with the acceptance letter. The letter will also include a link to our Welcome Letter, where you can find essential information, as well as our Student Guide

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Step 7

Sign up to courses: around mid-August you’d have a time slot in which you would need to sign up to next year’s courses. The academic year will begin on October 10, 2021.

Virtual Open Days and Webinars

BIU’s International School hosts regular virtual open days for the different degrees offered in English. Please see the program here.

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  • Submit the Application

    Log in to the BIUInternational Online Applicant Portal, and fill out your application form.
    You are required to pay a non-refundable, ₪ 458 application fee each time you apply.

  • Send Transcripts & Diplomas

    Applicants must send in official copies of their transcripts and their high school diploma/ matriculation certificate. Students in their final year of studies may send in a partial transcript, and be accepted pending receipt of their final transcript and diploma.
    While the decision process may be expedited by uploading digital copies of the required documents in the Applicant Portal, original copies must be mailed to our office directly.

  • Send Test Scores

    Scores from SAT, ACT, or Psychometric, are required for admission, and must be sent directly from the testing agency. Students who have taken the same exam multiple times, will have only their best scores considered.

  • Upload ID & Passport Photo

    Applicants must upload or email a photocopy of the first page of their Passport or Teudat Zehut, and a recent, 2″x2″, passport-sized photo of themselves.

Supplementary Documentation

Depending on your academic history and status, you may be required to send in the following additional information.

TOEFL / IELTS Scores

Students who studied in a non-English-speaking secondary school are required to score a 134 on the English section of the Psychometric test, or submit the equivalent TOEFL score.

College Transcripts

Applicants who have participated in a post-high school academic program (Yeshiva, Seminary, Gap Year, Mechina, or College) should transmit a copy of these transcripts.

High School Enrollment

Applicants who are still enrolled in high school/secondary school should have their school submit a letter certifying this fact.

TOEFL Scores

Students who studied in a non-English-speaking secondary school are required to score a 134 on the English section of the Psychometric, or submit the equivalent TOEFL score.

College Transcripts

Applicants who have participated in a post-high school academic program (Yeshiva, Seminary, Gap Year, Mechina, College), should transmit a copy of these transcripts.

High School Enrollment

Applicants who are still enrolled in High School / Secondary School should have their school submit a letter certifying this fact.

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