Embassy of Belgium in Tel Aviv
Scholarships to Israel students who wish to pursue academic studies at universities in Belgium. Undergraduate students may apply for short-term French language courses taking place during the summer term. Graduate students may apply for longer-term programs taking place during the upcoming academic year.
Types of Scholarships:
Summer scholarships are granted to students who have successfully finished at least two years of study in a higher education institute and who wish to attend French language courses in Belgium during the summer holidays. There are two types of summer scholarships:
Research scholarship are granted to university graduates (MA) who wish to conduct research work in Belgium.
Specialization scholarships (one academic year) for MA graduates.
Candidates should note that:
GrantWatch ID#: 164777
The summer scholarship comprises tuition fees and an allowance of approximately 330 Euros.
The long term scholarship (Research scholarship and Specialization scholarship) comprises tuition fees equivalent to the standard university tuition fees, as well as a monthly allowance to cover accommodation and other expenses (826.73 euros per month). The grant holder is insured by a medical insurance.
The Summer Language Course takes place over 3 weeks in the summer.
Research scholarships take place over 5 months.
Specialization scholarships take place over one academic year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
You can send the application files to the following address:
Embassy of Belgium
Abba Hillel 12
52506 Ramat Gan
For any specific questions you may have concerning studying in Belgium, please contact Ms Leslie Strosberg at the Belgian Embassy: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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