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Exchange: Bar Ilan University Faculty of Law in Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv, Israel
Program Terms: Fall
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline App Review Begins Start Date End Date
Fall 2014 02-MAR-2014 
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Variable TBA TBA
Fall 2015 01-MAR-2015 01-JUN-2015 TBA TBA

** For most programs, applications are reviewed on a rolling admissions basis (starting August 1st for Spring programs and starting January 15th for Summer and Fall programs). NOTE: Applications for programs offering exchange positions will be reviewed AFTER the application deadline.

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Fact Sheet:
 Type of Program:
Graduate Program/Graduate Credit Available
 Areas of Study:
Law (for Law students)
 Exchange Type:
Exchange Positions Only
 Minimum Required GPA (at time of application):
In good standing at CU Law School
 Minimum Class Standing (at program start):
One Year Law School Complete by Program Start
 Course Prerequisite(s):
2 Years Law School Completed
 Housing Option(s):
Apartments/Houses
 Open to students from:
CU-Boulder Law School
 Language(s) of Instruction:
English Host Institution(s): Bar Ilan University
Program Information:
BIU Law School courtesy of BIU

 

  • Great option for law students interested in economics, commercial and business law

  • Emphasize on ethics through colloquium of Social, Moral, and Legal Philosophy

  • Located 20 minutes from the center of Tel-Aviv

  • English language program that attracts students from America's leading law schools

 

Bar-Ilan is situated in the Greater Tel-Aviv area, about 20 minutes from the Tel-Aviv center ("the city that never sleeps"), beach and entertainment district, and about 50 minutes from Jerusalem and its holy sites. Approximately 88,000 Bar-Ilan University alumni hold key positions in society, as well as in the public domain, in leading economic and security sectors. One of the law school's graduates is Foreign Minister Tsipi Livni (Class of '83), one of the main contenders for the Prime Minister's office.

 

 

 

Bar Ilan University is the second largest university in Israel, with a student population of approximately 24,000 at the main campus in Ramat Gan. The law school has about 30 full-time professors, 80 adjunct professors, several distinguished short-term visiting professors from the world's leading law schools, and over 2,000 students in its LL.B., LL.M., M.A. and PhD programs. It therefore has become a dynamic academic center with rich academic programs, supplemented by its legal clinics and research institutes. It also boasts a warm community and supportive learning environment that attracts excellent students from all over Israel. Its graduates have ranked number one for two years in a row in Israel's Bar Exams.

You may apply credit to your degree requirements with approval from the CU-Boulder Law School. See Law School rule 3-4-1 "Credit for Work Done Elsewhere" for more information.

You will receive letter grades, but they will not be factored into your cumulative GPA.

 

  • Fall semester only
 

 

  Bar Ilan University University of Colorado
Evaluation
 

Letter Grades

 
Credit

1 credit hour

1 credit hour

 

 

 

Advice and assistance is provided by the faculty of Law Student Exchange Office, and by the BIU Student Association.

 

The academic program in Bar Ilan is also complemented by extra-curricular activities, including cultural events that will introduce you to Jewish and Israeli history and culture, to the political situation and the Arab-Israeli conflict and peace process. BIU intends to organize a one-day excursion to Jerusalem, including a visit to Israel's Supreme Court, the Knesset (Parliament) and the Old City.

 

Bar Ilan University does not provide housing. Sometimes accommodations are available through the Bar Ilan University Student Association. Otherwise, you will have to arrange for your own housing in rented apartments around campus. The BIU Faculty can provide guidance on how to find housing.

 

You will be responsible for making your own travel arrangements to Israel and back. The program officially begins and ends in Tel Aviv.

 

 
 

 

 
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