The college cafeteria will be open daily. The average cost of lunch is about 25 shekels. There is a food court within walking distance of the campus. Apartments are equipped with kitchenettes for breakfasts and dinners. Tel Aviv has a vast and diverse array of places to eat.
Accessibility to Cultural Life:
Tel Aviv, recently voted one of the 10 best seaside cities in the world, has concerts, sports, dance, music, night life, museums and beaches. Many people from Israel and the world congregate in Tel Aviv in the summer to enjoy all that the city has to offer.
Travel Options within Israel:
Israel is a small, yet very diverse country with an enormous variety of historical and religious sites, topographies and traditions. We strongly recommend to all to travel while in Israel. Although not an official feature of the program, we will assist and encourage all of our students to visit places, talk to people and, in short, to experience Israel "up close and personal".
A round trip ticket to Israel (estimate) costs between $1200- $1400. The purchasing of tickets is the responsibility of the student. Israel travel by public transportation is accessible and cheap. The apartments and the college are on bus lines.
Insurance and Medical Care:
All students are required to take out personal health insurance for the duration of their stay. In addition, Kibbutzim College insures all student participants. All students will be asked to fill out a comprehensive medical form as part of the admissions process. We must be informed of any pre-existing medical conditions.