Academic: In order to pursue an advanced degree in Israel, you must submit your foreign degree to the Israeli university you wish to attend. Your degree will be evaluated. The universities have full academic freedom in this matter and are not subject to Misrad Hachinuch’s criteria.
In order to be accepted to many colleges (michlalot) in Israel, it is necessary to receive official recognition by the Israeli Ministry of Education of your high school diploma.
If you are working in the public sector, including government offices, hospitals, etc., you must have your Ph.D recognized by Misrad HaChinuch. In the public sector, recognition of your Ph.D will affect both your rank and salary. If you're working for a private organization or a post-doc, you will not need to have your degree recognized at all.
In addition to the subsidy that Olim receive from Minhal Hastudentim (The Student Authority), students can apply for a scholarship from various foundations and organizations. [...]
Student Authority's Deadlines for Providing Assistance For NEW students the deadlines to request assistance each year are as follows: First Semester: November 10 Second Semester: [...]
The psychometric exam is equivalent to the SAT exam in the US. It is comprised of 3 sections – Verbal, Math and English Comprehension. The score on this exam ranges from 200-800 (800 being the highest score).
TAKA is a program for students who plan on beginning or continuing their academic studies in Israel. It is meant for students who are exempt from Mechina (university preparatory program) and wish to prepare for Israeli higher education. Eligibility is based on previous education and intended studies.
The Rosenbaum Aliyah Incentive Fund (RAIF) The Rosenbaum Aliyah Incentive Fund (RAIF) was established to assist graduates of the schools of Yeshiva University who have [...]