We award both merit and need based scholarships to students. All students seeking financial assistance are encouraged to apply by submitting this form to Dr. Yael Granot Bein.
Students need to supply personal details, sources of funding, and one additional essay regarding their financial status and necessity for a scholarship. This is detailed in the form above.
Applications should be submitted to Dr. Yael Granot-Bein at firstname.lastname@example.org May 31 prior to the Fall Semester of intended study.
Late applicants should contact Dr. Yael Granot-Bein directly about their options.
Other Scholarship Resources and Information
For U.S. Applicants:
Students must submit a copy of a Student Aid Report. (The Student Aid Report is received after completing the FAFSA-Free Application for Federal Student Aid. For information about completing the FAFSA please visit www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be sure to list the University of Haifa on your FAFSA. The University of Haifa's Federal School Code is G10456. Please note, even though the FAFSA online system might say it sends a copy to the University of Haifa, it does not actually send copies to foreign schools. As such, please provide a copy in your scholarship application to the University of Haifa.) The FAFSA forms are submitted to us for information only. For more information on how to apply for Federal Loans contact the University of Haifa International School.
The University of Haifa participates in the United States Department of Education Student
The University of Haifa's OPE Identification number is 01045600 or G10456.
American students who are applying for a full degree MA Program at the University of Haifa might be eligible for Federal loans. Please contact Ilanit Palace at email@example.com for more information.
American Jewish League for Israel
Eligibility is limited to American citizens or permanent residents. Scholarship awards are applied toward one year’s tuition, amounts vary. Scholars are asked to complete a project after their studies.
The funds will be sent directly to the institution and will be credited upon the student’s matriculation.
Completed applications (and required enclosures) must be postmarked by May 1 and mailed to:
University Scholarship Fund
c/o Karl D. Zukerman
4485 Hazleton Lane
Wellington, FL 33449
Web site- http://www.americanjewishleague.org
For German Applicants:
Robert Bosch Stiftung
As a foundation, we fund projects that either supplement our existing programs, continue them in an innovative way, or contribute significantly to realizing our objectives in the program area concerned. Due to the wide range of potential projects eligible for funding both in Germany and abroad, the methods and procedures by which we provide funding are not subject to restrictions. We use a range of instruments to achieve our goals, such as competitions, scholarship programs, prizes, funding of pilot projects, appointment of independent committees and juries, political consulting based on scientific studies, surveys, seminars, and colloquia. Together with information and awareness work, training and continuing education are core priorities in our funding initiatives. Our work aims at long-term effects as an enabling platform that brings about lasting changes.
Funding is given to individual applicants.
Web site- http://www.bosch-stiftung.de/content/language2/html/scholarships.asp
For Canadian Applicants:
Bernice and Gordon Brown Scholarships Bernice and Gordon Brown Scholarship Application
This scholarship is open to Montreal residents who have demonstrated academic excellence and community involvement. Students must study for a full year at the University of Haifa. Preference will be given to students who have not been to Israel. Candidates must plan to return to Montreal to participate in the Jewish community. Please see the website below for more details.
Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal Website- https://jcfmontreal.org/
Other sources for scholarships:
MASA Scholarship Program MASA Website
The Jewish Agency for Israel in partnership with the Israeli government offer a scholarship opportunity entitled "MASA." The program is designed to provide financial assistance to Jewish students who want to participate in a long-term Israel program (minimum of five months).
Jewish students ages 18-30 are eligible for the scholarship.
All eligible students are guaranteed a scholarship for their long-term program in Israel. The amount of the scholarship depends on the student's age, country of origin,and financial background.
MASA applications must be received by the MASA office no less than 60 days before the start of the program.
Because applications must first be sent to the International School, students should plan to have their application received in Haifa no later than 70 days before the start of the program. All students who receive a scholarship from MASA are required to study Hebrew and participate in the Volunteer Program as well as social activities.
For more information, go to the website- http://www.masaisrael.org/
More information on other scholarships can be found here:
David L. Boren Scholarships and Fellowships David L. Boren International Scholarship
Boren Scholarships and Fellowships provide unique funding opportunities for U.S. undergraduate and graduate students to add an important international and language component to their educations. This scholarship is offered by the International Institute of Education Tel: (800) 618-NSEP (toll-free) or (202) 326-7697 Fax: (202) 326-7698 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships offered by the Israeli Foreign Ministry to foreign students: Isreali Ministry of Foreign Affairs scholarships website.
General information- Scholarships from various places in the U.S and Canada
Web site- http://canada.ncsy.org/gap-year-programs/scholarships
For questions regarding the admission process email Dr. Yael Granot-Bein at email@example.com