* Note that not all opportunities will be offered at all times. This list includes 3rd party assistance which may be changed without notice.
- Students under the age of 35 who participated in a MASA program or started or will start MASA Israel Teaching Fellowship (MITF) qualify for a $500 discount on summer dormitories. Inquire below.
- For students with Israel citizenship:
- European Students active in Jewish community may apply for the Rothschild Fund Yesod grant
- Australian Students may contact the friends of the Hebrew University scholarship.
- For Canadian Educators: A list of scholarships and grants which may be relevant for Canada-based students can be found here: https://jewishtoronto.com/scholarships
- For all students under the age of 35 who have not spent more than 3 months in Israel, check your eligibility for the Onwards Israel grant starting from $2,000. (Summer seminar 6 weeks)
- Hebrew University of Jerusalem website: https://overseas.huji.ac.il/zemsky
- Education of Women: http://www.jfew.org/?page=eligibility
- For European Students, Rothschild Foundation offers the Yesod scholarships https://rothschildfoundation.eu/grants/jewish-education/
- For Australian Students, check with the Australian Friends of the Hebrew University.
מועמדים לתוכנית בעלי אזרחות ישראלית שאינם חיים בישראל זכאיים לשכר לימוד אוניברסיטאי לישראליים שעמוד כיום על סה”כ 28,000 ש”ח (ניתן לשלם את הסכום בדולרים בשווה ערך בשקלים).
- General info: https://www.reviews.com/best-scholarship-search-platforms/
Additional External sources:
New York Federation Scholarships and Grants
In the United States, many cities have a Bureau of Jewish Education that gives out scholarships. Contact them directly for information.
PLEASE NOTE: The Bureaus of Jewish Education listed below only give scholarships to people who are located in and or around their city. Please do not contact them if you’re from a different area.
- Buffalo, NY: If you’re in the Buffalo area, to apply for the Israel Scholarship Fund, contact the Foundation of Jewish Philanthropies by clicking this link to request an application.
- Cleveland, OH: If you’re in the Cleveland area, please contact Helen Wolf, Israel Programs Director, (216) 371-0446.
- Indianapolis, IN: If you’re in the Indianapolis area, contact their office to see what scholarships they offer: (317) 255-3124.
- Phoenix, AZ: If you’re in the Phoenix area, contact the Israel Center at:firstname.lastname@example.org or (480) 634-4900, ext. 1119.
- Rhode Island: Grants and scholarships are available for Greater Rhode Island residents for high school or college education programs in Israel. Please contact Larry Katz for more information: (401) 421-5999, ext. 179, or email@example.com.
Hebrew Free Loan https://www.hflasf.org/apply/loans-we-offer/student/
International Association of Jewish Free Loans http://freeloan.org/
Southern California: https://www.jfla.org/apply-for-a-loan/loan-eligibility/
For information on Financial aid for the MA in Education specializing in Jewish Education program, please see this link: http://melton.huji.ac.il/book/melton-blended-masters-jewish-education or ask us to contact you by filling in the contact form below.