Joint Programs
Bar-Ilan University has agreements with a number of American colleges permitting students to enroll at these schools while attending Bar-Ilan. Students in the joint programs may apply for certain state and federal grants and loans through their home school. The following schools participate in the joint program and regularly approve transfer of credits:
Yeshiva University (Yeshiva College, Stern College for Women and Sy Syms School of Business)
Rockland Community College
SUNY (the State University of New York)
CUNY (the City University of New York)
Students must apply and be accepted by both Bar-Ilan University and their home school, and must notify each institution of their intentions.

One Semester Program
Students may apply for one semester of study.  Dormitory space may be limited for spring semester applicants, so students are urged to apply early. While Israel Experience program classes are taught on a semester basis, students planning to register for regular University classes should keep in mind that the latter are offered on a year-long basis beginning in the fall.

Non First-Year Students
Sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in a study abroad program at Bar-Ilan may participate in the Israel Experience program. Although intended for first-year college students, the program can be adapted to students who have already started college. All first year program classes, activities, trips, Shabbatonim and special programs are open to upperclassmen. In some cases, it may be possible to arrange independent study opportunities, and permission may be granted for overseas students to attend certain regular university classes. These arrangements must be worked out in conjunction with specific departments at the University. Students may attend for one semester or the full academic year.

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