Estonian Scholarships for the State of Israel for the academic year 2014-2015
In accordance with the Programme for cultural and educational cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Estonia and the Government of the State of Israel, Archimedes Foundation takes great pleasure in offering the following Estonian state scholarships for applicants from the State of Israel for the academic year 2014-2015:
- Scholarship for study or research visit at public higher education institutions for master or doctoral student;
- Scholarship for the Estonian language and culture summer courses.
Long-term scholarships are granted for period of 1-10 months. The study or research visits must take place from September to July. Summer courses in the Estonian language are held at the University of Tartu or at the Tallinn University from July to August. The scholarships are intended for citizens of Israel.
Applications must be submitted in two ways: through the Foundation webpage and by post. DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN BOTH WAYS.
1. The application form with all required documents must be filled in, printed out and scanned. Documents must be submitted in one (1) pdf or jpeg file. All documents must be submitted through the following webpage: http://archimedes.ee/en/foundation/document-submission-form/. Deadline: 24th April.
2. All original documents and confirmed copies must be sent by post directly to the Foundation (address: Archimedes Foundation, Bilateral agreements, Koidula 13a, 10125 Tallinn, Estonia). Deadline: 1st May.
Awarded candidates will be informed personally by email at the latest by the end of July.
The scholarship is open to students from all fields of studies. The scholarships are intended for researchers or exchange students (this means the students must be enrolled and actively studying in an institution of their home country at the time of application and at the time of the scholarship’s starting date) and exchange students are not required to sit entrance examinations. The scholarships entitle the exchange students to exemption from tuition fees at PUBLIC higher institutions of Estonia. The scholarship does not lead to the awarding of a degree from the Estonian institution. However, credits awarded during the scholarship MAY count towards the study undertaken in the home country (applicants should check with their home institution). In exceptional cases the scholarship can be awarded to a student in degree-studies but in that case it is important to keep in mind that the scholarship will not cover the tuition fees.
The Estonian Party shall provide a total maintenance payment of:
Recipients pay their own travel expenses to Estonia and back. The scholarship is meant to cover the living expenses (including the accommodation) of only one person; any additional financial support for accompanying members of the family is not available. This scholarship cannot be coupled with another grant or scholarship that covers the same expenses. The scholarship is tax free. Scholarships are granted by the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.
Applicants need to contact the selected university and request a letter of invitation from the relevant department / international student office. Applicants are requested to point out that they are applying for a scholarship funded on the basis of the bilateral agreement.