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Admissions Requirements - Study Abroad and Language Programs

 

Semester and Year Programs

For all of our semester and year programs, the International School welcomes applications from students in good academic standing demonstrated by a consistent academic record.
Eligibility of students for semester and year programs varies according to the following:

  • Year / Semester Program - for current BA students: Students who have completed at least one year of university studies at home university
  • Year / Semester Program - BA graduate / current graduate students: Students who have completed an undergraduate degree at a foreign university need to provide us with an official copy of their diploma
  • Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or the equivalent
  • If your transcripts are not from a college or university in the United States, then you must

    1) have your transcript translated into English 

    2) have your grades and their average calculated according to the system used in the United States. This translation and calculation must be submitted as an official document from your university.

    3) a copy of the original (untranslated) official transcript should accompany the translated one

  • English Fluency Exam- minimum score of 89 on TOEFL ( 6 equivalent in IELTS), CET 6: 435 or CET 4: 580, level B2 in Erasmus system (For non-native English speakers/ Institutions)
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Official transcript
  • Study abroad approval forms
  • Essay
  • Medical forms signed by a doctor, vouching for participant's health and ability to participate in abroad program

 

 

Part-time Semester/ Year  Academic Non-Language Course

Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or the equivalent

  • If your transcripts are not from a college or university in the United States, then you must

    1) have your transcript translated into English 

    2) have your grades and their average calculated according to the system used in the United States. This translation and calculation must be submitted as an official document from your university.

    3) a copy of the original (untranslated) official transcript should accompany the translated one.

  • English Fluency Exam- minimum score of 89 on TOEFL ( 6 equivalent in IELTS), CET 6: 435 or CET 4: 580, level B2 in Erasmus system (For non-native English speakers/ Institutions)
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • Official transcript
  • Medical forms signed by a doctor, vouching for participant's health and ability to participate in abroad program

 

 

Part-time Semester/ Year  Academic Non-Language Course

Open to all students who are high school graduates and above the age of 18. Students are not required to submit transcripts or special documentation from a home university. All participants are required to submit a medical form, signed by a doctor, vouching for participant's health and ability to participate in the abroad program.



 
Summer Semester and Internship Program

      Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0 or the equivalent

  • If your transcripts are not from a college or university in the United States, then you must

    1) have your transcript translated into English 

    2) have your grades and their average calculated according to the system used in the United States. This translation and calculation must be submitted as an official document from your university.

    3) a copy of the original (untranslated) official transcript should accompany the translated one.

  • English Fluency Exam- minimum score of 89 on TOEFL ( 6 equivalent in IELTS), CET 6: 435 or CET 4: 580, level B2 in Erasmus system (For non-native English speakers/ Institutions)
  • 1 letter of recommendation
  • Official transcript
  • Resume / CV
  • Medical forms signed by a doctor, vouching for participant's health and ability to participate in the abroad program

To see the requirements for the additional summer courses, please click on the links below: 

 

 

Summer Intensive Language Programs

Open to all students who are high school graduates and above the age of 18. Students are not required to submit transcripts or special documentation from a home university. All participants are required to submit a medical form, signed by a doctor, vouching for participant's health and ability to participate in the abroad program.

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      Oluwafunmike Abisoy

      Fall 2015

      Boston University

      Why Haifa? I really wanted to study abroad in Israel. At first it was between Israel and Morocco then, during my study abroad fair, I met with a former UHaifa student, put my information down, and started corresponding with the admissions. The more I thought about it, the more I wanted to come to Haifa.

   What do you like most about Haifa? The International School is just one big happy family and it is my home away from home.