Kent State University
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|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Academic Year||2020-2021||04/01/2020 **||10/12/2020||05/31/2021|
|NOTE: The start and end dates ARE NOT the official dates set by the program. They are estimated dates based on the previous year. Do not use these dates when planning flights.|
** Refer to the brochure page below for official program dates.
UNIVERSITY OF HAIFA, HAIFA, ISRAEL
Program Term: Spring, Academic Year
The University of Haifa is one of the largest research universities in Israel, and believes in combining academic excellence with social responsibility. The university hosts students from over 40 different countries.
Haifa is the third largest city in Israel. The city is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea via the Bay of Haifa, and is backed by Mount Carmel. Haifa is an ancient city with a history dating back to the pre-Roman era.
Students take classes in the International School, and all courses are taught in English.
The disciplines in which they offer courses include the following:
- Hebrew and Arabic Language and Culture
- Contemporary Israel and Middle East Studies
- Religious and Jewish Studies
- Business and Economics
- Political Science
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- English Language and Literature
- Kent State students should attend the Spring semester or go abroad for the entire Academic Year, as the University of Haifa's Fall semester typically overlaps with Kent's Spring semester. Refer to the academic calendar for more information.
- The Spring semester goes from approximately February through May.
- The Academic Year goes from approximately October through May.
- This program is open to all students regardless of class standing or major.
- The minimum GPA requirement for this program is 3.0.
- Additionally, students must have completed at least two semesters of study at Kent State University before attending the University of Haifa.
Students live on campus in one of the two student dormitories: Federmand Dorms and Talia Dorms. To learn more about housing options, check out their housing page.
COSTS & TUITION
Students pay Kent State University tuition (Resident or Non-Resident) for 12 credit hours. Housing and living costs will vary depending on the options students choose, and will be paid directly to the housing coordinator. Total estimated costs can be found in the Budget Sheet at the top of this page.
FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
Financial aid and scholarships are applicable toward this program!
View a complete listing of available scholarships.
PROGRAM CONTACT:Molly Papay
Education Abroad Advisor | Office of Global Education
email@example.com | +1 (330) 672-3067