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|Gen Eds (UAlbany):||You may file a request to have any course approved, Courses in areas mentioned below have been approved for UA students, Foreign Language, International Perspectives||SUNY code:||630|
Tel Aviv University
The University at Albany's programs in Israel, open to SUNY students only, offer a year, semester or summer of study at one of the following Israeli institutions: Ben-Gurion University, Haifa University, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv University. Courses are available in Judaic, Israeli, or Middle Eastern studies, Hebrew language, and general studies. The Ulpan, an intensive Hebrew language pre-session course, is required at most sites. Israel, as a center for several cultures and religions, provides a stimulating environment for personal growth, both inside and outside the classroom. While it is an obvious resource for Judaic Studies majors and minors, these programs also attract students from all academic disciplines, religions, and ethnic groups.
ONLY SUNY STUDENTS MAY APPLY FOR THIS PROGRAM.
Students are usually enrolled in the overseas program in which all courses (with the exception of language courses) are taught in English. However, students who can read, understand, speak, and write Hebrew fluently may take some courses in the regular university program.
Each of the universities in Israel has an Office of Overseas Students. These offices are staffed with qualified personnel who attend to the special needs of our students. The staff members serve as liaisons between the students in Israel and the Office of International Education at the University at Albany. Assistants also live in residence halls and arrange group activities. In addition, the University at Albany hosts a general orientation for study abroad prior to the start of the program and is available to you throughout your time overseas.
Tel Aviv University provides dormitory housing. This enables students to form international friendships while encouraging a greater appreciation and understanding of the Israeli way of life. Most dormitories provide kitchen facilities. Students also have access to on-campus cafeterias. You may also make your own arrangements. Link to TAU dormitories (under student life) information.
(1) You may elect to have your Israeli coursework integrated into your records at your home campus via a SUNY Transcript Supplement. These credits will not be transfer credits, and you will pay a small additional fee to Albany to have them processed. You will then have only one official transcript, since you will have remained registered at your home campus while you were studying abroad.
(2) You may elect to transfer your overseas credits to your home SUNY campus directly and pay the charges of the Israeli university only. You will then always have two official transcripts, one for your time in Israel, and another for your other coursework. Your home campus will determine if these credits will be acceptable for transfer.
There is no application fee for Albany, but Tel Aviv University may require that a fee be submitted with the application.
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|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Spring||2015||11/30/2014 **||Rolling Admission||01/27/2015||06/07/2015|
|NOTE: Apply in accordance with the Israeli university application deadlines. Insurance Dates:01/15/2015-06/15/2015|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Indicates that deadline has passed