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  • Israel
    Living in Europe | Access to the culture of the host country/language courses

    The Land of Israel: Israel is renowned worldwide for it's vibrant and colorful culture. The roots of the culture of Israel developed long before the State of Israel, and reflect Jewish history in the diaspora, Jewish culture, the ideology of the Zionist movement, as well as the history and...


  • Israel
    Living in Europe | Accommodation

    Housing in Israel: Housing in Israel is as diverse as the country itself. The majority of the population of Israel lives in the center of the country, otherwise known is Hebrew as the "Merkaz". Israeli University students seeking affordable housing usually opt to either share apartments with...


  • Israel
    Living in Europe | Banking

    Currency: Shekel- the Israeli Currency The only currency accepted in Israel is the New Israeli Shekel (NIS), simply called “shekel.” 100 Agurot equal 1 shekel. Banknotes are available in denominations of 20, 50, 100 and 200. The following coins are available: 10 agurot, 1/2 shekel (equals 50 agurot)...


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    Living in Europe | Day care, schooling & family related issues

    Childcare and Education: Israel has a well-developed pre-school educational system, including creches and day-care centers, as well as private caretakers, for infants and toddlers, nursery school and pre-kindergarten and kindergarten (private or partly private). Preschool begins as early as three...


  • Israel
    Living in Europe | Day care, schooling & family related issues

    Transportation in Israel Cost of Living Communication and Mobile Phones Security Israel is a small country; due to this fact it has an extensive public transportation system. Most of Israel can be traversed in a lazy afternoon and the country offers multiple means of public transportation. Be it...


  • Israel
    Leaving Europe | Departure conditions/formalities

    This page is meant for two groups of researchers: Israeli researchers leaving the country to study/conduct research abroad. Foreign researchers who studied/ researched in Israel and want to return home. Israeli researchers Foreign researchers Congratulations! You received the good news and have been...


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    Living in Europe, Working in Europe | Entry conditions/visas

    The information below is for general information purposes only. Please contact the Israeli embassy or consulate in your home country for specific regulations for students and researchers from your country. Please note: You should check your official function in the host university. There is a...


  • Israel
    Working in Europe, Leaving Europe | Research funding opportunities

    Israel Europe Worldwide University Fellowships and Grants Bar-Ilan University: Mobility Grants Post-Doctoral Opportunities Ben-Gurion University of the Negev: Fellowships & Grants The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Lady Davis Fellowships Edmond and Lily Safra Center The National Institute for...


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    Living in Europe | Health insurance

    General Information: Visiting researchers must arrange an overseas full health insurance, that will cover emergency services and hospitalization, prior to their arrival in Israel (in their country of origin), or join a local insurance plan, upon arrival. It is possible to purchase such insurance...


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    Working in Europe | Intellectual Property Rights

    Intellectual Property Law in Israel: On March 2, 2008, the spokesman for the Israeli Ministry of Justice submitted a statement on intellectual property protection in Israel to the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) as part of USTR's annual "Special 301" review process. In the...