Students attending TAU-International who are interested in finding outside financial aid for their academic studies can use this information in order to help them with funding sources and opportunities.
Application forms are available at your local financial aid office, and on-line at your Provincial Ministry of Colleges and Universities.
Contact the institution of your choice to determine if it is eligible for a MASA Israel Grant. Visit or contact Dani Fine at |
Eligibility: Must be recent high school graduates, university students or graduate students pursuing teacher training or general studies in Israel Open to Canadian citizens who demonstrate financial need must be accepted for at least one year at an accredited postsecondary program.
Application Process: Three letters of recommendation required, one of which must be by a high school principal or university studies director.
Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University OSOTF Scholarships (incorporating the Berdie and Irvin Cohen Award, the Vera Dolly Denty Award, the Marnie Kimelman Award, and the Louis Manpel Award) Given annually to one or more York graduate or undergraduate students in any area of study for full-time study at Tel Aviv University. The value of the awards is based on financial need and variable to a maximum of $5,000 for a year of graduate study, $5,000 for a year of undergraduate study, and $1000 for summer study. For one semester of study, the maximum is half the full year sum.
Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)
OSAP is a financial aid program that can help you pay for college or university through both grants and student loans. Continue reading