Merit-based scholarship up to 100% for smart CLB - Israel: Bilingual Law degree or BA Entrepreneurship
- up to 100% tuition
- 2 February 2018
The College of Law and Business (CLB) in Ramat Gan prides itself on having the highest paid graduates in Israel, high student satisfaction, and strong international ties. We believe in social mobility, where students from different economic backgrounds can get ahead in life, and we offer scholarships for qualifying applicants for the bilingual Hebrew-English law degree and/or the Business BA in entrepreneurship and sustainability, which taught completely in English.
Based on the results from SAT(( or psychometric tests the following scholarships are available:top 25% of scores = 30% tuition discount top 11% of scores = 50% tuition discounttop 3% of scores = 100% tuition discount*Minimum high-school diploma grade average required is 3.5 GPA or 90 out of 100. The $250 non-refundable registration processing fee is required at time of application.**For students from a country without SAT/ACT or equivalent, a GPA of 3.7 is required to be considered for merit-based scholarships.* Scholarship does not include CLB's study abroad programs such as the summer internship and workshops in American and European universities, or the fast-track LLM at Yeshiva University's Cardozo Law school, studied in the final year and/or study tours of China and India for business students.
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The annual tuition at the College of Law and Business is $12,000 per year for the law degree. The length of study is 3.5 years. Applicants who have completed an undergraduate degree may be able to complete studies in 2.5-3 years and receive 10-30% tuition discount. Upon completing their studies, students are eligible to sit for the New York State Bar Exam.
Minimum high-school diploma grade average required is 3.5 GPA or 90 out of 100. The $250 non-refundable registration processing fee is required at time of application.For students from a country without SAT/ACT or equivalent, a GPA of 3.7 is required to be considered for merit-based scholarships.To apply, you will need to submit the following1. Filled application form2. A scan of your academic transcripts, including the diploma and grading scale page3. Standardized testing results: ACT/SAT / or equivalent4. 2 letters of recommendations5. Valid passport6. Optional: Language proficiency exam results
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