The ACJC offers scholarships for M.A. students working in an ACJC area of teaching and research – Jewish studies, Holocaust and Genocide studies, Israel and Middle East studies.
- Mina & Leon Fink M.A Scholarships ($10,000)
In addition, HDR students at M.A or PhD level are eligible to apply for a language travel scholarship.
- Dalia Pizmony Hebrew Language Travel Scholarship ($4000)
- Rivka & Mordechai Lewin Yiddish Language Travel Scholarship ($4000)
All applications and inquiries should be emailed to Mark Baker
This scholarship will be administered by Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation Scholarship Committee.
- Round 1: April 30
- Round 2: September 30
- No deferability.
- Please also include details of any scholarships that students may hold concurrently with this scholarship.
To be eligible, applicants must be:
- An Australian citizen or a New Zealand citizen
- Or a holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or holder of a permanent humanitarian visa
- Or an International student
- A full time research student undertaking a course of study related to an ACJC area of research—Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Jewish Studies, Israel and Middle East Studies
Plan of Study:
In an attached statement please outline your previous academic background, any academic awards or achievements, language skills, and proposed plan of study and thesis topic to be pursued at the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation. For language scholarships, please also be sure to note your previous study, your current level of proficiency, and the program you wish to enrol in and the time frame.
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