Breakdown of tuition fee and ancillary fees
Tuition fee amount
Below are the updated fee rates for the 2022-2023 academic year:
Base tuition fee for a bachelor’s degree is NIS 10,809 (1)
Base tuition fee for other degrees is NIS 14,608
Cost of Advanced English 1 (intermediate) course – NIS 1,461
Prolongation fee / surcharge for bachelor’s degree NIS 1,081
Prolongation fee / surcharge for other degrees NIS 1,461
Security fee for the 2022-2023 academic year – NIS 558
Social services fee for the 2022-2023 academic year – NIS 352
Student union – NIS 10
The tuition fee is fully linked to the consumer price index for the month of June 2022. In any event the tuition fee for the 2022-2023 academic year will not be less than the tuition fee amount after linkage to the index for the month of July 2022, and subject to changes pursuant to the decisions of the competent University institutions.
The amount of ancillary fees is also fixed for students studying in one semester and those persons studying part-time.
B. Exemptions from ancillary fees:
1. In the summer study season, students who paid ancillary fees as part of the tuition fee for the academic year.
2. Research students, students of Tel Aviv University who are abroad for the purpose of their studies throughout the academic year. They are obligated to pay the tuition fee and are exempt from the ancillary fees (for which they are required to furnish a suitable confirmation document for the tuition fee office from the Research Students Office or from the faculty).
1) For bachelor’s degree students
The tuition fee for a bachelor’s degree for the 2022-2023 academic year is reduced, according to the decision of the Committee for the Gradual Reduction of Tuition fees at Institutes of Higher Education, in comparison to the tuition fee customary in the 2000-2001 academic year.
According to Government Decision No. 808 and the instructions of the Council for Higher Education, new students for a bachelor’s degree are entitled to such a reduction only if in the 2022-2023 academic year they enrolled and successfully met the academic requirements of at least 18 semester hours.
Anyone registered for less than 18 semester hours, or who failed to successfully meet the academic requirements of at least 18 semester hours, or anyone who terminates their studies during the year and who has not yet completed the above requirements, will pay the full tuition fee without any reduction according to the number of hours in which they were enrolled.
However, the aforesaid decision on a reduction in the tuition fee is based on the Government’s undertaking to finance this reduction.
If the University does not therefore receive the cover for any such reduction from the Government, the bachelor’s degree students will pay the full tuition fee, on the date to be notified by the University.