Summer Institute: Admissions
Graduate candidates with a final undergraduate grade of at least 80 on the Israeli grading scale (or its equivalent), from a university or similar accredited institute of higher education, are eligible for candidacy. Undergraduate candidates must be entering their fourth year of studies (or its equivalent in credit hours), and must have an overall average of 85 on the Israeli grading scale (approximately 3.2 on the US grading scale). All candidates must have relevant coursework in environmental studies topics.
Candidates with qualifications from a university where the primary language of teaching and examination is not English will be required to submit TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores of no less than 89 for internet-based tests, 230 for computer-based tests, and 575 for paper-based tests. IELTS (International English Language Testing System) scores of no less than 7.0 will also be acceptable for non-native English speakers.