Financial Information

As a matter of policy, She’arim is committed that financial limitations shouldn’t keep anyone from a Jewish education.
  • Academic Tuition for full-time study is $300/week (USD). Tuition includes classes Sunday through Thursday and a hot dairy or vegetarian lunch five days a week. Your particular tuition costs will be calculated upon your acceptance to the program. 


  • Dorms: are available for full-time students only. Dorm fees are $130/week (USD) and include all utilities and taxes. Discounts are given for students staying longer than 6 weeks.


  • Insurance: Students are required to carry Israeli health insurance during their time at She’arim. Insurance is $2.3/day with a $5 processing fee for registration. ($40 minimum)


A variety of scholarships, delayed tuition payment plans and work/study plans are available. Financial assistance packages are determined on an individual case-by-case basis. Applicants are welcome to contact the school registrar regarding all issues of financial aid. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Making it work!

Financial limitations shouldn’t keep you from a Jewish education. She’arim accepts students regardless of their current financial situation. We offer individually designed financial aid packages for each student. Some of the components of the financial aid packages include external scholarships/funding, long-term interest-free payment plans and work study. For any specific questions about financial aid, please contact Mrs. Ariela Sher This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Masa is the global leader in immersive international career development and leadership experiences in Israel for young Jewish adults from around the world.

With a variety of long-term programs in Israel, Masa is able to provide meaningful, enriching experiences to young Jews from many different countries, backgrounds, levels of education, and fields.

Since its founding in 2004, Masa has helped over 150,000 young adults from 60+ countries to strengthen their connection with Israel, empowering a new generation of connected, committed, and inspired young Jewish adults. These young adults are changing the face ofm the Jewish world and Israel, as professionals, community leaders, and advocates.

Masa’s Product Development Department manages all existing programs and develops new programs to meet the constantly changing needs and interests of young Jewish communities around the world.

Masa Jewish Studies: Masa’s Jewish Studies programs range from interdisciplinary studies in Israel’s top universities to Torah and Talmudic instruction in Israel’s leading yeshivas and seminaries. Participants delve into the history and customs of the Jewish people, explore their own Jewish identity, become familiarized with a wide variety of Jewish texts, and immerse
themselves in Jewish traditions and culture.

She’arim has been approved as a Masa program, and as such students that study at She’arim are entitled to grants and scholarships.

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Work Study

For students studying two months or longer, She’arim offers a work study program. This option allows you to help out in the school in a variety of ways (cooking, arranging shabbos hospitality, etc) and you “earn” $7 per hour reduced from your tuition. Work study can add up quickly and is a great resource for motivated students.

Long-Term Interest-Free Payment Plans

If your tuition is placed in a Payment Plan it means we will allow you to pay your tuition in a time frame that is convenient and comfortable for you. We understand that you may not be able to pay tuition until after you return to your home town and begin working-- and it's okay! The payment plan is interest free and we work with you to create a schedule that works for you.

Jewish Federations

The Jewish Federations of North America: Local Jewish Federations often offer scholarships and grants for community members going to Israel. For more information:

In other countries do a search for "Jewish federation" and the name of the country.

Many synagogues and Jewish organizations may provide assistance for a period of study in Israel. We suggest that you contact these organizations to see if you might be eligible for financial assistance.

Other sources

We suggest that you contact your local Rabbi and synagogue for possible assistance and/or suggestion regarding local resources which may be available. The local Jewish Federation, Board of Jewish Education, Hillel, and other similar organizations may be equally useful.

She’arim College of Jewish Studies for Women

Agassi 23/2 Har Nof,
Jerusalem Israel

Phone: +972-2-651-4240

U.S.# in Israel 646-506-9306

Fax: +972-2-651-8370

  Israel Mailing Address:


   P.O. Box 34629

   Jerusalem, Israel 91346

Phone: +972-2-651-4240

U.S.# in Israel 646-506-9306

Fax: +972-2-651-8370

      U.S. Mailing Address:

     She'arim USA Charitable Trust

      P.O. Box 747

      Bala Cynwyd, PA.


U.K. Mailing Address:

Financial Office  (only):

British Friends of She'arim

155 Edgwarebury Lane

Edgware Middlesex 


     Canadian Mailing Address:

     Financial Office (only):

     Rebecca Morin

     Canadian Friends of She'arim

     809 Weston Drive

     Ottawa, Ontario K1G 1W1