Study in Israel

College of Law and Business in Ramat Gan

Global Bilingual LL.B.  Hebrew & English

1st Semester taught completely in English and students undergo Judicial Hebrew lessons/Ulpan

Half of the degree is taught in Hebrew, but exams and assignment can be submitting in English

Peer guidance and faculty support throughout

Length of Course: 3.5 years

Studies start October 2018

Internships & Workshops in Harvard, Oxford, ICC Paris, & Kassel Germany available for top students

Graduates eligible to sit for New York State Bar exams

Total Tuition for full degree: $39,000 ($12,000 per year)

+ Application fee of $250 (non-refundable)


Admissions Criteria & Application for the LLB Law Degree

Admissions Criteria

a) High-school diploma with a GPA of 3.0 or 80% and above.  Lower GPA may be accepted on probational admittance, where they will need to pass the first semester. 

If you are not sure your GPA, we provide a grade equivalency service and can run an eligibility check free of charge.

b) For Law Students: Hebrew Language fluency exam - administered by the College of Law and Business (CLB) . We recommend having an Ulpan level of Gimel prior to starting the law degree.

If you have already completed some undergraduate studies in a recognized academic institution, some of these requirements might be waived. 

d) A current Curriculum Vitae or resume.

e) Two letters of recommendations

Probational status available for applicants who do not meet these criteria, dependent on the CLB admissions board review.


How to apply

1) Submit the following documentation:

- a scan of your academic transcripts, including the diploma and grading scale page

- Standardized testing results: ACT/SAT (optional)

- Passport-sized photo showing your face clearly

- Two letter of recommendations

- Proof of Identity, either photo page of passport, or Israeli National ID card. 


2) Fill in the Application form


3) Pay the $250 application fee. 


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