Undergraduate Financial Aid and Scholarships
Early-Bird Scholarship for BSc. Mechanical Engineering:
$1,500 off the first year of tuition (Register before February 29, 2024)
Academic Merit Scholarship:
This scholarship is granted to students based on their grades and achievements. It is given to students in their second through fourth years, in all BSc programs, who have high academic achievements meeting the threshold criteria for excellent students.
Financial Assistance for undergraduate international students is agreed upon financial grant for four years, for students meeting the criteria and is at the discretion of Technion International. Financial aid is granted for the duration of the program (and not more than for 8 semesters), therefore applications can only be submitted to the Admissions Coordinator, before the start of their studies at Technion.
Current students are not eligible to apply for financial aid or to apply to change their existing financial aid package during the duration of their degree, except in extreme cases.
American Jewish League for Israel
Every year AJLI chooses 5 to 6 scholars based on candidates’ scholarship application and materials. These AJLI scholars receive a partial tuition grant that is paid directly to their university.
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program (download here)
The Gilman Scholarship Program is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide.
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The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a document filled out by students currently enrolled or considering enrollment in U.S. colleges. Its purpose is to assess their qualifications for financial assistance for their education.
Study in Israel Scholarships provide funding to undergraduate and graduate students in good standing at American universities who are interested in taking one course or more offered by a college or university in Israel.
NSEP Undergraduate Scholarship
The Boren Scholarships offer financial support for American undergraduate students intending to pursue overseas studies in regions crucial to U.S. interests and often overlooked in study abroad programs, encompassing Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Students Assistance program (SAP)
The Government of Canada works with most provincial or territorial governments to offer student grants and loans. In all situations, applicant applies with his/her province or territory of residence. The amount the applicant can receive is calculated when he/she applies.
The Danish Israeli Study Foundation
For further information contact: www.disf.dk
French Students Mobility
Masa contributes to molding a bright future for young Jewish individuals and the broader global Jewish community.
SASI is a scholarship program for Southern African international students.
For more information contact Alona: email@example.com / +9729 790 7811
Israeli Embassy in Spain
HIAS is a multi-continent, multi-pronged humanitarian aid and advocacy organization. For scholarships: Melagot@hias.org
It is recommended to also check with:
- Your local synagogue or church.
- Your local Jewish Federation or Jewish Community Center.
- Hebrew Free Loan Societies
- Your home school’s Hillel and Hillel’s Leadership Scholarship Program in Israel (call 202-857-6525)
- Your study abroad office, Middle Eastern Studies Department, or Jewish Studies Department.
* This list provides examples of external scholarships available to students, we recommend students check what other scholarship programs are available to them in their home countries.