Tel Aviv University (TAU) is doing its bid to help Ukrainian students who have been affected by the Russia-Ukraine war. The university has launched a fund to help displaced Ukrainian students get back on their feet after their studies were abruptly halted by the war.
The Emergency Fellowship Fund for Ukrainian Graduate Students is the result of a fundraising drive called to support Ukrainian students and researchers with immediate refuge and assistance to continue their studies.
Current students and the alumni of Tel Aviv University will also participate in a fundraising campaign called Cycle for Scholarships between April 3 to April 10, 2022.
Funds raised will support students at the master’s, doctoral and post-doctoral levels, and cover tuition, living and insurance for six months.
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The university will facilitate recipients of the emergency fund with the transition process into Israel, ensuring that it will be as smooth and quick as possible.
“TAU is already in contact with the Ukrainian Embassy in Israel and the Israeli Embassy in Ukraine, as well as with their academic counterparts, to facilitate the process and ensure successful applicants are able to reach Israel as soon as possible,” said the university.
Tel Aviv University is offering dozens of full scholarships to evacuated Ukrainian 🇺🇦 students. A million people, mostly women and children, have already fled the war torn country. pic.twitter.com/I6IIIhU6lk
— Avi Kaner ابراهيم אבי (@AviKaner) March 3, 2022
Are there scholarships for international students of other nationalities?
Tel Aviv University also offers several other scholarships that are applicable to students of different nationalities.
Scholarships for applicants from North America
A number of merit and needs-based scholarships are offered to international students from North America.
Applicants may apply to one or more scholarships provided that they have received an offer letter/letter of admission from Tel Aviv University after satisfying eligibility requirements for each of the scholarships that they have applied for and submitted the applications within the specified deadline.
For more information, click here.
Scholarships for applicants from Latin America
Peisach Scholarship Fund
This is a merit-based scholarship for applicants from Latin America and Brazil enrolled in any of Tel Aviv University’s international programmes. For more information, click here. To apply, click here.
Brazilian students can also consider applying to the Brazil Scholarship Fund (BSF). Click here for details.
Scholarships for applicants from Asia and Australia
Scholarships for applicants from the Middle East and North Africa
The Regional Friendship Scholarship Fund is a merit-based scholarship that covers up to 50% of tuition fees and up to a maximum of U$8,000 to students from the Middle East and North Africa to pursue their studies at Tel Aviv University. Apply for this scholarship here.