An increased number of international students are now displaying the eagerness and enthusiasm to come to Israel and study. Fortunately, there are various study in Israel scholarships available to support their learning and studying goals. These scholarship offers are great advantages for international students who are concerned about their budget. If you are one of the thousands of students who have the desire to attend international studies specifically in Israel, you can consider the following airfare and tuition scholarships:
This is one of the many study in Israel scholarships offered to international students who wish to come and study in Israel. This scholarship requires easy and hassle free online application to avail for the $400 airfare scholarship to Israel. One can qualify for this if he/she is not currently in Israel during the time of application, with limited background on Jewish education and observance and is coming to Israel for the very first time at yeshiva or seminar. However, you can still qualify for this scholarship if you have previously been into Israel for a confirmation class tour, vacation or Birthright trip.
This is another airfare scholarship for international students coming to Israel that entails varying amounts. Rabbi Benzion Klatzko offers tuition and airfare scholarships for international students going on several Jewish trips offered by different organizations. If students are aspiring for a Jewish but uncertain of their options, Rabbi Benzion Klatzko can discuss matters with them and customize tours or trips to meet their needs. The amount of students’ tuition depends on the need of the students.
Most of Aish HaTorah scholarship programs provide $400 airfare scholarships. When you apply to Aish programs, you can also apply for the exclusive airfare scholarship. Students have to note that they cannot apply for both the Aish Airfare and Jeff Seidel $400 scholarship for the reason that they both came from the same foundation.
This offers completely free ten days trip to Israel including airfare. If you are between ages 18 to 26 and never been on organized Israel tour though you have come to Israel before, you will be accepted. Oftentimes, for fees that range from $ 50 to $250, you are allowed to extend your airline ticket so that you can stay to Israel for up to 90 days.
Your Local Synagogue and Kollel
This is a $150 to $500 airfare scholarship also made available for international students coming to Israel. Most kollels or synagogues have money kept somewhere to support and help students go to Israel especially for the purpose of education. You will not find this scholarship in their brochure and website so seek help from your Rabbi and ask if he knows someone who can help you with pay for your trip. They typically have available funds or they know someone who is capable of helping you pay part of your studies in Israel.