Scholarships & Awards

The European Forum at the Hebrew University and its study programs and research centers offer a variety of scholarships and research grants.

For students enrolled in one of its teaching programs:

  • European Studies - 50% tuition fee stipends;
  • Contemporary Germany; Politics, Society and Culture - full tuition fee stipends.

In addition, the Forum offers excellence and research scholarships, funding to study one semester abroad, partical funding for study excursions.

Please select from the list on the left side (calls open to students of the European Forum).

For calls open to the faculty and all students of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, please see Funding & Calls.

 

 

Excellence Scholarships of the MA Program in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture 2016/17

 

The MA program in Studies in Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture 

offers excellence scholarships for enrolled students.

  • First year students must take courses amounting to at least 50% of the credit points required by the program.
  • Second year students must complete their studies within the academic year 2016/17.

Application deadline: Thursday, 13.10.2016, 12:00
Application form

 

Excellence Scholarships of the MA Program in European Studies 2016/17

The MA program in European Studies offers excellence scholarships for enrolled students for the academic year 2016/17.

  • First year students must take courses amounting to at least 50% of the credit points required by the program.
  • Second year students must complete their studies within the academic year 2016/17.

Application deadline: Thursday, 13.10.2016, 12:00
Application form

 

The Michael Zeff z"l Award and Fellowship

Michael Zeff

The European Forum at the Hebrew University hereby announces the Michael Zeff z”l Thesis Award and Michael Zeff z”l Fellowship for the first time.

In memory of our student Michael Zeff z”l, two prizes and two fellowships will be awarded each year to MA students of the European Forum at the Hebrew University

  • for the best MA thesis in European Studies (criteria for the evaluation are academic quality and originality);
  • for financial support.

For further information, please see the call for the Michael Zeff z”l Thesis Award and Michael Zeff z”l Fellowship.

Slideshow in Memory of Michael Zeff z"l.

 

 

 

 

 

2016/17

This year's recipients of the Michael Zeff z"l Thesis Award are:

Aviya Doron
Changes in Innovation Capacities: A Comparative Analysis of the German Economy in the late 19th Century and Post-World War II

 

Alon Simhayoff
Long Absence of Relations: Polish-Israeli Relations from 1967 to 1986

 

DAAD Network Mobility Fellowship

 

The DAAD Center for German Studies at the European Forum at the Hebrew University awards fellowships for visiting Master and/or PhD students.

Conditions
Visiting students will be invited to spend a five-month term at the Center for German Studies at the European Forum at the Hebrew University. Students will attend the “Contemporary Germany: Politics, Society and Culture” program taught in English. The DAAD Center for German Studies will cover the students’ tuition, accommodation in the university dormitories, travel expenses to Israel and back and health insurance.

Eligibility
Candidates for the fellowship must be enrolled in one of the Master or PhD programs offered by and/or affiliated with a DAAD Center for German and European Studies and should not be older than 30 years.

Application
The application should contain the following documents:

  1. application form
  2. a concise motivation letter in English (max. 2 pages, double spaced, A4)
  3. a curriculum vitae
  4. two references (one of them by the students DAAD Center Director and by a scholar familiar with the applicant’s studies)