The Ministry of Education has invited candidates for the Government of Israel Scholarships for the 2022-23 academic sessions. Only residents of India can apply for the scholarships.
The scholarship is offered to qualified candidates who seek admission to universities throughout Israel. Interested candidates can apply for it offline by submitting an attached copy of the notification and other supporting documents on or before the last date, December 30. Candidates can submit their applications by hand or by mail at the Embassy of Israel, Dr. Abdel Qala Road.
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Application for a Scholarship in Israel: Eligibility Criteria
Candidates must be residing in India and be under 35 years of age before the start of the academic year. They must have proof of proficiency in English or Hebrew. Candidates must also fulfill the academic requirements of the Israeli universities they are applying to. The scholarship will only be awarded after the requested institute has agreed to accept the candidates.
Application for a scholarship in Israel: Scholarships
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Government of Israel, offers three types of scholarships under its programme. The first is the “One Academic Year Scholarship” which offers partial tuition fees, 50% with a maximum of $6,000 to $12,000 or more. This also covers basic health insurance and a monthly allowance for one academic year. This is for eight months and from October to June.
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Next on the list is the Partial Year One Year Scholarship which includes a monthly allowance for one academic year and basic health insurance. The third offer is the “Summer Language Course” which covers full tuition fees, an allowance of three weeks, basic health insurance and dormitories.
List of documents to be sent with the application
Candidates applying for the course must submit their CV and a detailed letter describing the field the candidates intend to study as well as the name of the university they wish to enroll in. Furthermore, they are required to send original records or notarized copies of studies, tests, results, diplomas and copies of relevant student records. At least two letters of recommendation from professors who taught the candidate, three photographs and a health certificate are also required. For more details on the scholarship programmes, candidates are advised to refer to the official notification or visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Israel.
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