Admission Prospects for Mechina Students

Students in the Rothberg International School Mechina program have several admission streams:

1. Students who meet the psychometric/SAT requirements, according to the Table of Degree Programs, may be accepted on condition that they complete the Mechina program successfully. They must, of course, meet all other admission requirements (Hebrew, English etc.).

2. Students may use their final average in the Mechina to improve their admission prospects, as can be seen in the attached table. The Mechina averages provide only general guidelines and therefore cannot be considered a guarantee of acceptance or rejection.
A comparable table with SAT scores can be found on the following link. Students tested in the ACT can convert their score to an SAT score on the following link in order to get a general idea about their admission prospects according to the Mechina/SAT table.

Please note that the Faculty of Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Food and the Environment (with the exception of Environmental Economics and Hotel Management), Faculty of Medicine (with the exception of Nursing and Occupational Therapy) and the Faculty of Dental Medicine require the Science Track of the Mechina.

3. Students that achieve very good grades in the Mechina, may be accepted without the Psychometric Entrance Test, according to the following details:

Direct Admission from Rothberg International School Mechina Program:

Students that began the Mechina Program from the academic year 2018/2019  and forward, will be able to use their grades to be admitted without the Psychometric Entrance Test. Admission is based on completing specific courses in the Mechina, with a minimum average, according to the required track and the major of choice. The tracks do not correspond directly to the Mechina Humanities or Science tracks since there is a third track of Economics-Business. The required grades and tracks, as well as the courses required in each track, can be found on the table.

 

 

Admission requirements for the second semester (March 2020) are listed separately.