Overlooking the beautiful view of Haifa bay, the University of Haifa offers its students exceptionally comfortable dorms, located on campus and off campus.


There are several types of dorms:


Federman dorms

3 room apartments, 2 students per room. The students share kitchen, bathroom and living room.





Britannia dorms

6 room apartments, 1 student per room. The students share kitchen, 2 bathrooms and a living room.





Talia dorms

For B.A. students - 6 room apartments and for MA and Ph.D. students - 3 room apartments. 1 student per room with private bathroom. students share  kitchen and living room.




Guest Apartments

In the Talia Apartments there are several guest apartments intended for visiting faculty and guests of the university. The guest apartments include a kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom, and they are fully furnished. The kitchen includes a refrigerator, stove, electric kettle, microwave, dishes and utensils. The living room includes a Television with cable. Some apartments are intended for couples and other apartments are intended for two individuals.

The guest apartments have air conditioning and heat. There is the possibility to install a telephone; payment for phone calls is the responsibility of the guest. There is also the possibility for internet connection. The apartments are cleaned twice a week, including fresh linens.


Reservation for a guest apartment can be made either through the hosting department on campus or directly with the house mother of Talia Dorms.


The following are the fees for the guest apartments:

Type of guests

Monthly fee

Nightly fee (up through 16 days)

Single in single room



Single in double room



Couple in double room




Shikma dorms

(Located outside the university at Shikma Str. , Haifa, 20 minutes by bus)

2 students share a one room apartment, which includes kitchen and living room.





The dorms are intended for Students in preparatory (“Mechina”), BA,  MA,  and Ph.D programs at the University of Haifa only. There are dorms for single and married students, and there are special dorms for disabled students.


There is also an option for students from abroad and for guests of the department at the  University of Haifa to live in the dorms, subject to approval by the dorms.


Students from abroad can also live in the dorms if they are registered in the International School at the University of Haifa.


The dorms offer a number of services: parking lots, computer classrooms, personal mailbox, laundry rooms, student clubs, minimarket, synagogue,  access to high-speed internet connection, etc.




For more information, please contact us at: hlevi@univ.haifa.ac.il