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Ross building, The Edmond J. Safra Campus. Picture: Dror Bar-Natan, Fall 2001
Visitors Info.  Directions

The Benin School For Computer Science and Engineering

Once at the entrance to The Edmond J. Safra Campus

From the main entrance of the Edmond J. Safra Campus, on foot:

The Rothberg buildings are about a 5 minute walk away from the main pedestrian entrance to campus. Enter campus, keep to your left, and turn right to Magnes Boulevard. Walk along the boulevard and you will see our first building (C) on your left.

From main gate of The Edmond J. Safra Campus, by Car:

Enter through the main gate for cars (you will need security permit to enter the campus with your car). Follow the road all the way as it circles around the campus, drive past the academy of music, past the synagogue , the Maison De France and past the amphitheater. Now, you will see our three buildings on the left side of the road. There is an underground parking garage right before the first building.

To get to The Edmond J. Safra Campus

From central station Jerusalem by bus:

Take bus number 68 or 9 to "Giv'at Ram".

From the entrance to Jerusalem, by car:

Immediately after entering Jerusalem, follow the signs and turn to Begin Boulevard. Exit at the Givat Mordechai or Kiryat Moshe interchange and follow the signs to the Hebrew University campus. If you have no permit to get into the Campus with a car, there are parking areas outside of the university (note that some curbside parking areas may require payment). If you do have a security permit, proceed to the main gate (Kiryat Moshe) or the southern entrance (Giv'at Mordechai).

From the Airport, by car:

Follow the signs to Jerusalem; It is about 40 minutes drive. Once at the main junction at the entrance to Jerusalem, follow the directions above.

Way to enter Jerusalem:

Way to enter Jerusalem
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