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The estimated program costs are outlined below. During the course of program operations, actual figures may vary. It should not, therefore, be used as a basis for calculation of refunds. Brandeis University reserves the right to adjust costs at any time.

2014-2015 Estimated Tuition & Required Student Fees: $24,632/semester

Tuition and off-campus fee includes:

  • Academic program
  • Orientation
  • A range of field trips
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance coverage, including a 24-hour traveler's assistance help-line


Estimated Out of Pocket Expenses

Spring

Room & Board

$3,400

Books & Supplies

$250

Personal*

$1,680

Travel from New York            

$1,500

Visa

$50

Total

$6,880

*Please note that the "Personal" figure covers some basic necessities and does not and is not intended to include students' discretionary spending (e.g. entertainment and travel).

Calculating Personal Expenses

To help plan your expenses and budget for your semester off-campus, use this Budget Planning Worksheet (.pdf).

You can also be in touch with the Office of Student Financial Services:

Phone: (781) 736-3700
Fax: (781)736-3719
eMail: finaid@brandeis.edu

Financial Aid & Scholarships

For general linformation, please visit the Office of Study Abroad Scholarships Page. More specifically, please check out the following scholarships:

  • Students on this program are eligible for the Ruth Gollan Prize in Hebrew. For full details, click here
  • This program is recognized by Masa Israel and participants are eligible for a $1,000 grant upon completion of the program.
  • The Schusterman Center for Israeli Studies is offering the Frances Taylor Eizenstat '65 Israel Undergraduate Travel Grant for $2,500.  For full details, click here