Fellowship: 2016-17 Annual Competition United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (deadline: Nov 30, 2015)

[from: http://www.ushmm.org/research/competitive-academic-programs/fellowship-competition]

Annual Fellowship Competition — United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Grant: For Graduate Students Researching Tel Aviv (Deadline: May 19, 2015)

Scholarships for Research

The Tel Aviv Global & Tourism Administration is offering scholarships to support research students (Masters and Doctoral) who bring forward innovative research on the Tel Aviv metropolitan area and, in particular, on Tel Aviv’s stance as a Global City.

Following two successful rounds of scholarships in 2013-4 three Scholarships are offered in partnership with:

• The Foundation for Support and Development of the Construction Field in Israel
• Eldar Group
• The Canada-Israel Group

The Tel Aviv Global Scholarships Award: 7,500 NIS each (approximately €1,700 each)

Click here to download a PDF file of the brochure.





Grants and Fellowships: Various (postdoc, graduate, visiting scholar) at Concordia U (deadlines: April 30 and May 5, 2015)

The Concordia University Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies is glad to announce that several fellowships and awards are available for the year 2015-2016. Please kindly note that the submission deadline is April 30, 2015.

In addition, we are are pleased to announce that the Institute is offering financial support in the form of grants and scholarships in the following categories this year: graduate and post-doctoral fellowships as well as visiting researchers opportunities. Deadline for these is May 5th.

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Click here for further information on graduate fellowships and awards (deadline: April 30, 2015).

Click here for the graduate fellowship brochure (deadline: May 5, 2015)

Click here for various funding opportunities, including graduate fellowships, postdoctoral fellowships and visiting scholars (deadline: May 5, 2015)

Fellowships: Faculty, Post-Doctoral and Doctoral (Brandeis University)

Summer Institute for Israel Studies

Three-week fellowship preparing faculty in any discipline to teach about Israel.

The 2015 program opens with an intensive seminar at Brandeis from Monday, June 15 – Monday, June 29, followed by a study tour of Israel from Tuesday, June 30 – Thursday, July 9, 2015. Stipend of up to $2500, travel, accommodations and meals are included.

Doctoral Fellowships in Israel Studies at Brandeis University

Supporting doctoral students whose research focuses on Israel. Candidates must be accepted in Brandeis University graduate school programs of Near Eastern & Judaic Studies, History, Politics, Literature, Sociology or Middle East Studies. Full and partial fellowships of up to $24,000 are renewable, after review, for up to five years.

Post-doctoral Fellowship in Israel Studies

Supporting post-doctoral research in Israel Studies. Fellows teach one course per semester, give one or more public lectures and actively participate in the intellectual life of the Schusterman Center. Stipend of $52,500 plus research fund.

Announcement: Schusterman Graduate Student Fellowships in Israel Studies 2014-15

Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University offers full and partial fellowships for doctoral candidates focusing on Israel Studies. Eligible disciplines include History, Politics, Sociology, Middle East Studies, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, and Literature. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis to students accepted into the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Brandeis University.Stipend up to $24,000 per year, renewable for up to five years, plus healthcare benefits. Join an engaged, diverse & multidisciplinary intellectual community.

Learn more here: www.brandeis.edu/israelcenter/support/gradStudent.html

Scholarship: Earth Science and Engineering Department, Imperial College London, for Israeli Citizen

A PhD scholarship available immediately at the Earth Science and Engineering Department, Imperial College London, for a student holding an Israeli citizenship.


Imperial College London is currently ranked the 10th university in the world in Engineering sciences (http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/world-university-rankings/2012-13/subjectranking/subject/engineering-and-IT).


The scholarship includes a generous bursary for living in London, all tuition fees, an allowance for both professional and private travels between the UK and Israel, and a generous allowance for consumables. The primary advisor is Dr Rafi Blumenfeld of Imperial College and the co-advisor is Prof. Moshe Schwartz of the School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel Aviv University.


More details can be found in:



For enquiries please contact either Dr Rafi Blumenfeld at rbb11@cam.ac.uk or Prof Moshe Schwartz at bricki@netvision.net.il

New Program: MA in Israel Studies, U Maryland

The University of Maryland’s Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Studies, in conjunction with the Joseph Gildenhorn Institute of Israel Studies, announce a new Master of Arts with an Israel Studies Concentration. In 2012, the MA degree will be through Jewish Studies; in subsequent years, other departments will be added. The program will be part of the Jack Kay Advanced Graduate Israel Studies program, and students will be eligible to receive Jack Kay Distinguished Graduate Fellowships.


Applications for the Master of Arts with an Israel Studies Concentration should be received by December 15, 2011. For further information on the MA in Jewish Studies, see http://www.gradschool.umd.edu/catalog/programs/jwst.htm

Scholarship: Graduate Fellowship in Israel Studies, Brandeis

Schusterman Graduate Fellowships

in Israel Studies


Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University sponsors full and partial fellowships – up to $24,000 per year, as well as tuition and health care, renewable for up to five years – for doctoral candidates focusing on Israel Studies. Eligible disciplines include Anthropology, Politics, Sociology, Economics, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and Hebrew literature. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis to candidates accepted into the Brandeis University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Fellows must be accepted by the academic department to which they apply, and indicate their interest in Israel Studies on their application for admission.

To learn more, visit


To apply:

1. Complete the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences application at * www.brandeis.edu/gsas/apply

2. Fill out the brief Schusterman Graduate Fellowship application at * https://sys2.unet.brandeis.edu/bwebforms/view/grad_appl/