Scholarships and Financial Aid


There are multiple scholarship opportunities for students of the program. Please read through each of the tabs to determine which scholarships are appropriate for you. Students are welcome to apply for more than one scholarship.

  • Program Tuition Assistance
  • The Irwin Cotler Fellowship
  • Middle East and North African Scholarships
  • US Federal Loans/GI Bill
  • Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs Scholarship
  • MASA and American Jewish League Scholarships
  • Central and South America Scholarships
  • New Immigrants to Israel/Israeli Lone Soldier
  • Turkish Scholarship Fund
  • Fulbright Fellowship
  • Ukraine Emergency Scholarship
  • International Sports Scholarship
  • Other scholarships

The Irwin Cotler Institute for Democracy, Human Rights and Justice at Tel Aviv University provides a fellowship which includes a scholarship and an educational program. The program involves lectures and discussions on present-day challenges to democracy, human rights and justice; acquaints fellows with Israeli history and with the historical and human landscapes of the country, and instructs them about the origins of racism, and antisemitism specifically, their present-day manifestations and the means to fight them.


The program held in English, consists of 26 meetings, including lectures, discussions, and field trips, held largely during the winter and spring semesters.



"I learned how and why people fight each other. Without understanding conflict, you cannot solve it. As an international coordinator, I use my knowledge, skills and experience which I gained from this program every day. "


Youichi Tamaki, Japan

International Program Coordinator, Tokai University

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