Here is a handy list of things to do before takeoff. Please feel free to contact us as questions come up.
Make sure you have a passport from a country that has diplomatic relations with Israel and is valid for your entire stay abroad. For more information, please contact your local Israeli embassy or consulate.
You’ll need to purchase health insurance that covers you throughout the duration of your time in Israel. Learn more about what type of coverage you’ll need.
Reserve temporary accommodations for your first week or two in the city. Learn more about recommended temporary accommodations and long-term housing options.
Schedule your flight so you’ll arrive one to two weeks prior to the start of classes.