Abbreviated explanation of tuition fees
We wish to congratulate the new students joining us this year, along with those continuing with us. We hope that you have a fruitful, successful and enjoyable academic year.
Before paying your tuition please carefully read the tuition rules and regulations that appear on the Department of Curriculum and Student Payments' website:
These rules bind all students upon paying their deposit.
We, at the Department of Curriculum and Student Payments, do our upmost to provide you with clear and detailed information. Moreover, we wish to address any problems, comments and requests you may have. Students are welcome to contact members of our department, and we will be sure to devote our full attention to each query or comment.
For general information regarding tuition, please call the service center at:
The 2020/2021 academic year tuition fees are determined by the Council of Higher Education, according to the CPI (Consumer Price Index) of July 2020.
Tuition fees will be updated throughout the year in accordance with the CPI.
As of July 2020, the updated tuition fee for 2020/2021 is as follows:
Annual tuition for Undergraduate Programs – 10,198 NIS.
Annual tuition for non-Israeli citizens - 12,748 NIS
**These fees are for a full program of study – 100%
Annual tuition for all other programs – 13,781 NIS
*Including non-Israeli citizens for thesis master's degree or doctorate
**These fees are for a full program of study – 100%
Annual tuition for Non-Israeli citizens for all other degrees - 17,226 NIS
A first year Master degree student with a curriculum larger than 100%, will only be charged 100% tuition and the balance will be billed in the following year.
Security charges – 580 NIS.
This is a set fee, independent of scope, duration or type of studies. The security fees amount is not final and may change according to the decision of the Council for Higher Education.
Hebrew and English studies (Advanced Aleph – Level 2) as a foreign language - 1047 NIS.
English (basic – level 3) – 1572 NIS.
All students, who are non-Israeli citizens, are required to have valid health insurance throughout their studies at Hebrew University. Health insurance can be arranged through the Hebrew University or independently. Students who opt for the insurance coverage offered through the University are required to fill out the necessary application form.
A student's tuition account will be charged for the defined insurance period according to the terms outlined in the insurance policy sent to the student.
Students with private health insurance, who do not wish to be insured via the Hebrew University, are required to sign a waiver.
All forms can be found on the Department of Curriculum and Student Payments website
Forms must be filled out, scanned, uploaded and sent via the Personal Information website.
Welfare Fees and Student Union Membership
Note that students who have chosen to pay both the welfare services fee and
Student Association fees will enjoy benefits in the Sport Centers.
For information regarding sport facilities for students please enter the following link.
The welfare fee is 120 NIS (38 NIS for PhD students), which goes toward providing students with welfare services. The welfare fee applies to all students, independent of scope, duration or type of studies.
For details regarding the welfare services provided click here
The Student Union Membership fee is 252 NIS (98 NIS for PhD students). The membership fees enable the student union to offer students a range of services and benefits. The membership fee applies to all students, independent of scope, duration or type of studies.
For details regarding the services provided to student union members, click here
Please note students have the option of forgoing any of the above mentioned services.
Students may waive welfare services and/or Student Union Membership and be exempt of these payments. In such cases, students must notify the Curriculum and Student Payments Deparment by the end of the first-semester registration period (PhD students must notify the department within a month of their registration) by sending an online request via the "Contact us" section on the Personal Information website.
National Student Union Fee
BA and MA students will be required to pay 10 NIS to the National Student Union. Payment is mandatory and cannot be cancelled. For details about payment please enter the following link.
Tuition must be paid according to the guidelines that appear in the Personal Information website. Refunds will be transferred based on to the balance of students' accounts by the end of November.
At this point, tuition does not include payment for English/Hebrew studies. Students will be charged for these courses only after their curriculum is approved.
Students registered for a full 100% study program and above, who pay their entire tuition by September 15th, 2020, will receive a 2.5% discount (aside from fourth year accountancy students and pre-university Mechina students).
Paying tuition on time will prevent students from being locked out of the Personal Information website, as well as paying additional interest and linkage fees.
Tuition Payment Methods
Tuition can be paid via credit card, the voucher found on the Personal Information website, or by arranging a standing bank order.
Payment by credit card
In order to pay your tuition by credit card, you must enter the Personal Information website and select the credit card payment option.
You can either pay your full tuition or pay index linked installments.
If you choose to pay your tuition in installments you must complete your first payment at this point. You will then be required to enter the website each month, from November 2020 until May 2021, in order to pay the installment for each respective month. You can pay the remainder of your tuition at any given point.
Furthermore, you may use your credit card to pay by credit (3-18 payments, including interest, according to the arrangement with your credit card company). Credit card payments carry a 1% service fee.
For further information, regarding credit card payments please enter the following link.
Payment by a Bank Standing Order
Paying by standing bank order allows students to pay their tuition in installments without any additional interest fees.
Continuing students with bank standing orders from the previous year will have their standing orders activated automatically for the coming year as of their 2nd payment, on November 15th, 2020.
Students who wish to pay their first payment using a standing order must enter the Personal Information website, and check and approve the request for payment (including new students who sent in a standing bank order form signed by the bank).
To receive further information regarding payment via a standing order and download the bank standing order form, please enter the following link.
Once the form is signed by the bank, it must be scanned and send through the Personal Information website "Contact us" system.
Payments by voucher must be completed via the postal bank.
In order to issue a voucher to pay at the postal bank you must enter the Personal Information website and select the voucher payment option. The voucher will then be sent to your university e-mail address.
You can always ask for a voucher through the Personal Information website "Contact us" system.
You can either pay your full tuition fee or pay index linked installments.
If you choose to pay your tuition in installments, you must request a voucher for the first payment. You will then be required to enter the website each month, from November 2020 until May 2021, and ask for a voucher for the coming payments. You can request a voucher to pay for the remainder of your tuition at any given point.
For further information regarding voucher payments please enter the following link.
Paying online from your Pikadon
Tuition can be paid by military deposit (Pikadon) on the personal information website - in the tab: "Payment by deposit".
The requested payment must be choosen. After sending the payment request, enter the personal area on the Ministry of Defense official site and confirm the payment.
When the payment is updated in the student's tuition account a confirmation email will be sent about the receipt of the payment in the system.
Wishing you a successful academic year,
The Department of Curriculum and Student Payments