Paying by Credit Card
Pay tuition on time to avoid holds on your Personal Information account as well as arrears charges.
In order to pay by credit card, students must log in to Personal Information>Credit Card Payments. Tuition can be paid in one lump sum or in several installments.
Paying tuition in full: Until the student’s personal class schedule is recorded in the system, the default charge is for a full (100%) program.
Students paying in full by September 15, 2022 for a program of at least 100% will be given a 2.5% discount on tuition (excluding fourth-year accounting students and students at the pre-academic preparatory program).
Students who choose to pay tuition by payment plan, must pay Installment No. 1 (until September 15, 2022). After that, students must log in every month (November 2022 to May 2023) and pay the portion for that month.
Each installment can be paid in one lump sum or by credit-card company payment plan (3-18 installments, including interest as set by the credit card company).
Installment No. 1: 4,507 / 4,517 ILS (for Bachelor's degree and master's degree) by September 15, 2022.
Installment No. 2: due by November 15, 2022; making up to 35% of total tuition.
Installment No. 3: due by December 15, 2022; making up to 45% of total tuition.
Installment No. 4: due by January 15, 2023; making up to 55% of total tuition.
Installment No. 5: due by February 15, 2023; making up to 65% of total tuition.
Installment No. 6: due by March 15, 2023; making up to 80% of total tuition.
Installment No. 7: due by April 15, 2023; making up to 90% of total tuition.
Installment No. 8: due by May 15, 2023; making up to 100% of total tuition.
Payment by credit card entails charge of 1% fee of the transaction amount.
Students eligible for a scholarship, grant, merit award, or tuition waiver must arrange for payments on time, regardless of the date of receiving the award.
Funds received by students will be calculated in due course and students will receive a refund, if necessary.
Failure to pay tuition on time entails interest and CPI linkage charges.