Rivka Carmi and Sam Zuckerberg scholarship programs
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Rivka Carmi and
Sam Zuckerberg scholarship programs for BGU graduates for a one-year Master’s degree program in the UK.
“Rivka Carmi Scholarship” is offering a full scholarship for a student graduating from BGU to undertake a one-year full-time Master’s degree at Oxford University, based at Exeter College.
The scholarship covers university tuition, living and travel allowance for one year.
The applicant must undertake to return to Israel on completion of his or her course of study, for a minimum of one year.
All eligible applicants to Oxford University will automatically be considered for this Scholarship.
Process at BGU:
Once approved by Oxford Exeter, successful candidates will need to provide a CV and motivation letter (upon request) and be interviewed by BGU.
“Sam Zuckerberg Scholarship"" is offering a full scholarship for a student graduating from BGU to undertake a one-year full-time Master’s degree at Oxford Brookes University.
The scholarship covers university tuition, accommodations, and contribution towards living expenses. This scholarship is not available for students who previously studied in the UK nor received financial assistance to study abroad.
The applicant must undertake to return to Israel after completion of his or her course of study. The scholarship recipient is expected to be actively involved in the local Jewish community.
Process at BGU:
Candidates must send a copy of their admission offer, CV, and 500-words cover letter (both in English) directly to Dr. Stavi Baram
firstname.lastname@example.org , no later than 10th April 2022.
Successful candidates will be interviewed by BGU.
For more information about scholarship eligibility and application, see files:
Rivka Carmi advert for 2022-23 Oxford Scholarships.pdf
Sam Zuckerberg scholarship program.
Club Alpbach Tirol
(the local branch for the Forum) is awarding scholarships to Israeli students from our partner universities not only to take part in the Forum, but that also covers accommodation and breakfasts. This is even the better "deal". Better than the "general scholarships" we sent you earlier. The deadline to Austria is March 31.
To the call and the information flyer.
Interested students that have questions can write to the following address:
Club Alpbach Tirol c/o Universität Innsbruck
Innrain 52c, Josef-Möller-Haus
Coimbra Group Scholarship Program for Young Researchers from the European Neighborhood.
As a member of the Coimbra Group, the University of Graz offers short-term visits to young researchers from higher education institutions from countries in the European Neighborhood (Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority, Serbia, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan).
The main aim of this scholarship program is to enable scholars to undertake research in which they are engaged in their home institution abroad and to help them to establish academic and research contacts.
Online applications should be submitted to the Office of International Academic Affairs, as soon as possible
and at Graz University, before 31 March 2019 and all relevant information is available here:
Interested researchers can direct any questions they might have to:
The OECD Internship Programme
The OECD Internship Programme has been designed to bring highly qualified and motivated students with diverse backgrounds into the Organisation to work on projects linked to the Strategic Orientations of the Secretary-General. Its main goal is to give to successful candidates an opportunity to improve their analytical and technical skills as well as the experience to work in a truly international environment.
These internships are open for full time students who:
•are enrolled in the field of economics or in another discipline related to the work of the OECD (social affairs, trade, agriculture, development, education, employment, environment, finance, fiscal affairs and statistics, amongst others);
•master English or French and have the capability of drafting in one of these languages; a knowledge of the other language would definitely be an advantage, as would knowledge of other languages used at the OECD;
•are capable of working in a team in a multicultural and international environment, and
•are part of a Corporate Programme with one Partner University or can benefit from a Memorandum of Agreement between their University and the OECD.
Possible areas involved – for full information on OECD areas of work click
OECD Scholarship's web-site:
For BGU Graduate Students
The application form should be submitted by means of the chairperson of departmental doctorate studies Board, and signed by the mentor. The form is available online on the
Kreitman School website, or can be obtained from the mentor or the departmental Board chairperson.
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