Prospective students should have a B.Sc. in one of the branches in life sciences, medical sciences, exact sciences or engineering, from a recognized higher education institute in Israel or abroad, with average grade of 80 or more. A grade of 85 will be required in the mathematical courses. Candidates should first apply to one of the following biological departments of the Faculty of Natural Sciences:

The student must first be accepted to a department and find a thesis supervisor within that department. The student may then enroll to the bioinformatics program.