IMBA Tuition Fees & Financial Aid
Our base tuition fee for the course is 84,900 NIS (New Israeli Shekel ). Payment plans are available.
The US dollar amount will vary slightly based on daily exchange rates, in the approximate range of $21,955. Please check today's shekel-to-dollar exchange rate for exact dollar amount.
China Study Tour
Flights and additional tour expenses are in addition to base tuition, and are paid separately. Learn more here.
Placement fee: $500
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Early Admission Scholarship
Keep in mind that if you send in your complete application (including your GMAT score) by March 30, 2016, you will be eligible to receive a NIS 5,000 (Approx $1,293 USD) early admission scholarship.
MASA offers grants for Jewish young adults (18-30) in the joint MASA-International MBA program. MASA Israel Journey offers all qualified participants universal grants from $1,000 to $4,500, depending on length of stay and age. Additional needs-based scholarships of up to $3,000 are available. Grants are contingent on budget approval and are subject to change.
Financial Aid for Immigrants to Israel
Immigrants to Israel who are under the age of 30 may be eligible to receive tuition stipends towards a Masters degree from the Israeli government for approximately $6,000.
Federal Loans & the GI Bill
US citizens are encouraged to explore outside funding sources. To be considered for need-based financial aid through the Federal Direct Loan Program, US residents must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Bar Ilan federal school code for the FAFSA is 009143. Most US citizens are eligible for FAFSA.
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From Anywhere: +972-9-766-6222
From North America: 718-838-3533
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