The scholarships and fellowships listed below are particularly relevant to Israelis, some schemes are exclusively intended for Israelis. Citizens of Israel, both academics and independent researchers - are also eligible to apply to general scholarships and fellowships UK universities offer to international students. These are not mentioned on this list.
INDEPENDENT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ISRAELI STUDENTS IN THE UK
Chevening Scholarships are funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and partner organisations. They are awarded each year to outstanding emerging leaders for a one-year Master’s at any UK university. The scholarship programme provides a unique opportunity for future leaders, influencers, and decision-makers from all over the world to develop professionally and academically, network
For students from Israel studying any subject at universities and institutions of higher learning in the UK.
Scholarships awarded for one academic year, between £500 and £2000.
In partnership with the B’nai B’rith Leo Baeck (London) Lodge , The Anglo-Jewish Association and the Ian Karten Charitable Trust offers grants to assist Israeli students studying at post-graduate level (Masters or PhDs) in the UK. Applicants of all religions and for all subjects are welcome.
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For Jewish students from the UK, France, Israel and Commonwealth countries who are under 30 years old and studying a postgraduate qualification.
You must be of Jordanian, Lebanese, Palestinian or Syrian nationality and ordinarily resident in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Palestine or Israel. The foundation awards approximately 20 scholarships each year.
SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED TO ISRAELI STUDENTS BY UK UNIVERSITIEs
Covers a one-year LLM degree at University College London (UCL). Applicants must be graduates of the Law Faculty at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
The Foundation supports Israeli students who are looking to pursued a MA or PhD degree in The University of Oxford & The University of Cambridge
The Royal College of Music in London provides three scholarships of £10,000 and above for Israeli students. The scholarships have been generously provided by The Polonsky Foundation for Israeli musicians looking to further their studies at undergraduate level at the RCM in London. Applicants should apply online by 1 October 2016 for our London auditions in December 2016, and scholarships will be awarded subject to successful audition for 2017 entry.
The Blavatnik Scholarship for MBA studies (London Business School)
Scholarship Funded by the Blavatnik Family Foundation, Open to all successful MBA applicants that are nationals of Russia, CIS countries or Israel. Award: £30,000.
Daughters Scholarship (London Business School)
Funded by 4 Daughters Charitable Trust and alumnus Emanuel Mond MSc16(1983); Open to all successful MBA applicants who are residents of Israel. Recipients of the award are expected to contribute to the School's marketing efforts in the region. Preference may be given to applicants who have an interest in the not for profit sector. Applicants with demonstrable financial need will also be given special consideration. Awards: £25,000.
Rhodes Scholarship (Oxford University)
Two Scholarships every year offered to outstanding students from Israel – chosen on the basis of exceptional intellect, character, leadership and commitment to service.
The Frost Scholarship Programme(Oxford University)
The Frost Scholarship Programme (Israel) funds current students of Israeli universities to study one-year, full-time master’s courses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (‘STEM’ subjects) at the University of Oxford.
Menasseh Ben Israel Room Scholarship (Oxford University)
Scholarship for graduates of any Israeli university, gaining a graduate place at the University and at Lincoln College, in any subject. Preference may be given to graduates of the Hebrew University. The value of the scholarship is one academic year (37 weeks) of free accommodation in Lincoln College (worth approximately £5,700).
Rivka Carmi Scholarship (Oxford University)
Exeter College, Oxford, in conjunction with the Ben-Gurion University Foundation, UK is offering a full scholarship for a student graduating from Ben-Gurion University to undertake a one-year full-time Masters degree at Oxford University, based at Exeter College
The Woolf Institute (University of Cambridge)
An annual visiting fellowship is offered to postdoctoral scholars of any academic rank, policymakers or analysts in a relevant area of work for a two- to three-month period. Fellows receive accommodation in Cambridge and round-trip travel from their country.
The Sir Siegmund Warburg scholarship offers Palestinian and Israeli students the opportunity to undertake full-time postgraduate human rights study at LSE. In 2016/17 the scholarship has a value of £30,000 which will cover the tuition fee of £20,736 with the remainder available to support living expenses. Applicants must be in possession of a formal offer of a place on the MSc Human Rights at LSE.
The Israel Masters Scholarship (University of Nottingham)
The university is offering 5 scholarships of 25% each towards tuition fees for students from Israel.
Chevening Haim Herzog (UCL)
One of the Chevening scholarships every year will be awarded for an MA programme at UCL.
Sam Zuckerberg Scholarship (Oxford Brookes)
Full-funding scholarship for a student from Israel to attend a one-year Masters programme at Brookes
Two scholarships for MA are awarded to Bezalel graduates who completed their studies between one to four years prior to starting studies at the RCA. Scholarships includes tuition, partial living expenses,
Awarded to residents of the Middle East region who display an exceptional talent and whose development as an artist and designer would most benefit from postgraduate study at one of the University of the Arts London’s Colleges..
For additional funding opportunities, particularly for graduate studies, we suggest looking for opportunities in the following website: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/
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