Law - Undergraduate
The Buchmann Faculty of Law
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The Buchmann Faculty of Law is the leading law school in Israel and is part of Israel’s largest university and the world’s largest Jewish university. Rich and varied study programs on both the undergraduate and graduate levels combine a broad, value-laden education with practical training. Hundreds of students pursue interdisciplinary programs combining law and economics, accountancy, management and humanities. The Faculty takes special pride in its extensive Clinical Program, which provides legal aid to community members and public organizations, while also training students in practical legal work. The language of studies in the law school is predominantly Hebrew.
In addition to the seven-semester program leading to the first degree in Law (LL.B.), the school offers several graduate programs, including a program in English. For information on these programs, see the information on graduate studies in a separate section.
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Candidates may submit an application for admission if they fulfill one of the following conditions:
- Hold a matriculation certificate, equivalent to that of an Israeli high school.
- Hold a B.A. degree from an accredited university with a minimum grade average of 85.
- Have completed the one-year Preparatory Program (Mechina) for Israelis at an Israeli University.
- Have completed the one-year Preparatory Program for Olim (Mechina) at an Israeli University.
In addition, all candidates, must take the Psychometric Examination by July 2021 and achieve a minimum score of 600.
Candidates, who fulfill at least one of the following pre-requisites, may file a special request to registration office for admission without the Psychometric examination:
- They hold a B.A .degree with the minimum average of 85.
- They hold a B.A degree and M.A degree with the average of at least 82.
- They hold a Ph.D. degree from an accredited university.
Candidates must achieve an "Advanced 2" level in English before the beginning of the academic year.
Candidates must achieve an "Advanced 3" level ("Rama Gimel") in Hebrew before the beginning of the academic year.
The last date to submit supporting documents and all documents concerning previous education is 2 weeks after registration.
The Faculty will admit candidates with the highest scores in each of the categories mentioned above, according to quotas determined by the Faculty's Admissions Committee.
The standard of the student's achievement is determined by combining the results of the psychometric exam with the grade average of the matriculation certificate, the preparatory program (Mechina), or the grade in previous university degrees.
Special admission tracks exist, including affirmative action programs and admissions for leading high-school students. For details on these programs, see the Hebrew version of the admissions criteria.
For more information please visit the Hebrew website.