Your Frequently Asked Questions
Reichman University offers 10 undergraduate programs and 7 graduate programs in English. Students who graduate from these programs earn full degrees.
All Bachelor's degree programs are 3 years. Master's degree programs are either one or two years (GMBA).
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Deadline: July 15th
You will need to upload the following documents to the application:
-Full High School Transcripts
-CV / Resume
-Personal Essay: 250-500 words explaining why you want to study the program of your choice at Reichman University
-English Proficiency Exam Results
-SAT/ACT/Psychometry – if applicable
In addition, two letters of recommendation should be sent directly by the recommender to the Admissions Coordinator for that program.
Graduates of high schools in which English was not the primary language of instruction are required to pass one of the following English proficiency tests: TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language), IELTS (International English Language Testing System), PEARSON (Language Test), Israeli Psychometric Examination, Cambridge English Assessment (CAE or CPE), or the Duolingo English Test (DET).
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SATs and ACTs are standardized tests for graduates of American high schools (regardless of where in the world the school is located).
While we recommend taking the exams if possible, we will not penalize anyone who did not take them and is applying for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Students can transfer UP TO 40% of credits they've earned at a different institution to Reichman University. However, we are not merely a liberal arts university; we teach specific subjects such: as Psychology, Communications, Computer Science, Business, Government, Entrepreneurship. Therefore, while some electives can be accepted, a majority of the credits we accept will need to correspond with Reichman University's courses and syllabi in each particular subject. Please note that we do not have the flexibility to accept credits as we please, since (like all universities in Israel) we are under the supervision of the Council for Higher Education. Once a student is accepted to Reichman University and confirms he or she will be attending, we will carefully assess the official academic transcripts of their accredited universities (overseas or local), and we'll do what we can to transfer credits when possible. Until then, however, we cannot guarantee the acceptance of any credits.
The website of the U.S. Council for Higher Education (CHEA) provides a database of institutions and programs accredited by recognized U.S. accrediting organizations, which includes an international directory. The international directory does not list individual institutions, but rather national accreditation bodies, who in turn accredit national higher education institutions.
Both the Israeli Ministry of Education and the Council for Higher Education appear in the directory as recognized accreditation bodies. Reichman University is accredited by the Council for Higher Education. Click here for CHEA's international directory.
Yes, we have over 120 exchange programs.
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$15,900 for all undergraduate programs.
*There is an additional $300 US materials fee for students in the , School of Communications, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship and Psychology.
*All rates are subject to change due to fluctuations in market prices and currency exchange rates.
The cost for graduate programs differs per program.
Yes, there are dorms available.
They are private suites and cost $880 per month.
Yes, there is a Study Abroad Program which can be done as a gap year. Students can choose any kind of classes they would like to take from the various curriculums offered.
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