Foreign Students Allowed to Enter Israel Next School Year
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri announced in a statement on Wednesday that his ministry will approve the entry into Israel of foreign students who were planning to begin their studies in Israel this coming October.
Following professional discussions led by Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog, which were held between experts in the Population and Immigration Authority, the Health Ministry and the Foreign Ministry, it was determined that the entry of foreign students would be approved in accordance with those students meeting the isolation requirements as determined by the Health Ministry.
The approval applies to foreign students in academic institutions, yeshiva students, Masa students, seminary students, Naale students, high school students, and pre-army program (mechina) students. (JPost / VFI News)
“God, we ask that you bless, heal, and protect all students—particularly those who will begin their studies this upcoming fall.”