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Tel Aviv University Scholarship for International Students 2022-2023


The Gilman-Israel Scholarship, a partnership between the embassy of Israel to the United States and the US Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program, is a highly selective award for those studying or interning abroad in Israel. The award allows students from accredited US higher education institutions to strengthen their skills and expand their educational experiences while living and learningin Israel.

For more information, please click here.


The Bechtolsheimer Israel Friendships Scholarship

Introducing a new scholarship opportunity for TAU International non-Jewish students from the United States who have a desire to study and experience Israel!  Students accepted for short term, study abroad and full degree programs at Tel Aviv University International are eligible to apply for this funding opportunity. Recipients of the Bechtolsheimer Israel Friendships Scholarship are encouraged to demonstrate their commitment to Israel and their study experience by documenting their experience via social media, blogs, photo journals, newsletter articles, vlogs or essays. 


Application instructions and form can be found here!  Application deadlines are as follows:

Summer Programs: April 30

Study Abroad Fall/Year: July 1

Full Degree: 

  • July 1
  • February 1 (Spring start only)

Study Abroad Spring: December 1


Students can apply for the scholarship at any time, but must have applied and been accepted to their TAU International Program in order to be considered for the scholarship and/or receive award.


Asper Foundation Scholarships for Canadian Students We are honored that The Asper Foundation, in collaboration with Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University, has created the Asper International LL.M. Scholarship Fund for Canadian students participating in the International LL.M. program at the Buchmann Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University. Scholarships are available for Canadian students only!
​The scholarship covers the tuition fees. Deadline: April 15th.

Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University Scholarship

Eligibility: Canadian Students

Amount: Up to $5, 000 available for students based on financial need and academic achievement.

Application Process: E-mail for more information.

Announcing 2020 TAU International Summer Program Scholarships!

TAU International offers scholarships for our summer programs! Summer scholarships are open to current undergraduate and graduate students, and also to graduating high school seniors as well as professionals who are applying to a TAU summer program (note: the TAU Yiddish Program is excluded).  Merit-based in nature, students should meet at least one of the below criteria to be eligible; preference is given to students who meet two or all three criteria:


1) Applicants having a cumulative GPA of 3.5/4.o (85/100) or above (your most recent transcript must be uploaded to the TAU Portal when you apply for the program)

2) Applicants who are visiting Israel for the first time

3) Applicants coming from a TAU partner institution


Eligible summer programs are: Arabic, Hebrew Ulpan, Business & Entrepreneurship, Cyber Security (both Fundamental Technologies and Advanced Policy and Strategy), Smart Cities, Middle East & Jewish Studies, Summer Internship, Focus on FinTech Summer Internship Program, Summer Research in the Sciences, Epidemiology, Advanced English and Food Safety & Security. Please note that to be considered for a scholarship, in addition to completing this form you must upload a copy of your most recent transcript to your application on the TAU Student Portal (when uploading, select the "non-valid record of studies" document type if you don't see "Transcript" as an option).


Minimum award amount is $500; maximum amount ranges depending on applicant qualifications. The deadline to apply for the scholarship is April 30, 2020 (for the Internship and FinTech Internship programs, students should apply by March 25). Students must have already applied to and been accepted to the summer study abroad program in order to be considered for the scholarship. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so it is recommended that student apply ASAP. Once the scholarship application is submitted, please expect a processing time of 2-3 weeks before you receive any response. Ready to apply? Complete the application form today.


Questions? Please contact

Australian Friends of TAU - Scholarship

Friends of Tel Aviv University have established a fund to support Australian students to study at Tel Aviv University. This funding will help cover tuition and will be available for any TAU International Program taught in English such as: Academic Gap Year,  Study Abroad programs (summer/semester/year), Bachelor’s degree programs, and Master’s degree programs.


Students will need to apply to the program of their choice and be then accepted and confirmed. Scholarship applications will only be reviewed once the student is accepted to the program. Apply by clicking here.

Tata Trusts Scholarship
Tata Trusts, in collaboration with TAU, has established a fund for outstanding Indian students, in the Graduate level or higher.


Master’s Programs

Students accepted to one of the following programs will be eligible to apply for a Tata scholarship:


For the application form and further information, please click here.


PhD Students & Postdoc Fellowships

Members of all of TAU’s doctoral program are eligible to apply for the scholarship.
For the application form and further information, please click here.


TAU – CHE Food Safety & Security Summer Program Scholarships for Graduate Students

Tel Aviv university together with the Israeli Council for Higher Education offers partial scholarships for Indian students for the short term program Food Safety & Security at TAU. Partial scholarships are available by merit for eligible students who’ll apply for the program online  and for the scholarship here

​Lone Soldiers - The Sean Carmeli Fund 

The School of Political Science, Government and International Affairs has established a fund to support former lone soldiers studying at Tel Aviv University named in memory of Staff Sergeant Sean Carmeli (z"l).

The fund's goal is to provide former lone soldiers with the support they need to better integrate into Israeli society via higher education.

Scholarships are open to students of any discipline enrolled in a BA or MA program at Tel Aviv University. Qualified candidates are required to have served a minimum of one year's time as a lone soldier in the Israel Defense Forces.

Required Application Documents

  • 1 updated copy of their CV
  • Proof of enrollment at Tel Aviv University 
  • Official lone soldier certificate from the IDF (אישור חייל בודד)
  • A 1-2 page essay outlining their military service, academic and/or professional career goals, and commitment to the betterment of Israeli society

Applicants are required to disclose all forms of external assistance they are receiving from non-governmental organizations and/or private parties. Due to Students receiving full-ride assistance from organizations such as (but not limited to) Keren Heseg or the FIDF are barred from applying to the Carmeli Fund.

Resource and Apply : Click Here

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