Scholarships for Dual track Undergrads

Study in Israel

College of Law and Business

  • Studies start Fall 2017
  • The Business courses are taught entirely in English
  • All 1st Year Law classes are taught in English. Half of Law classes are taught in Hebrew, and students undergo Hebrew Lessons / Ulpan in the 1st year.
  • 4 year program for a BA in Business Administration & a bi-lingual LLB 
  • Study tours of China & Europe available
  • Internships & Workshops in Harvard, Oxford, ICC Paris, & Kassel Germany available for top students
  • Learn from top faculty from around the world
  • Vibrant student life in the Tel-Aviv Metropolitan Area
  • LSAT not required.



 Affordable tuition of $14,000 per Year

  • $250 application fee
  • Limited scholarships available
  • Comprehensive student support offered: Accommodation, health insurance,  and  24/7 personal assistance


Scholarships for Dual track Undergrads


The College of Law and Business offers a range of scholarships starting from 15% all the way up to 50% in discounts off of tuition for graduate, and PhD students. Academics applying to the program would receive waivers from some courses, based on their transcripts and past academic performance


MASA Grants

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.

The Human Rights Program

The College of Law and Business grants up to 10 scholarships a year to first year students in the Human Rights Program who have a proven record of social activism. They wish for their students to strive with a free, dynamic, and comprehensive database that is offered to help raise awareness and disseminate information across academic and public circles in Israel. 


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