Financial Aid for Immigrants to Israel
Immigrants to Israel, who are under the age of 30, are currently eligible to receive stipends from the Immigration Office for approximately $9000 for the program.
Financial Aid for Non-Immigrants to Israel
Bar-Ilan University Scholarships
For information about the scholarships offered by the Scholarship Committee of Bar-Ilan University, contact the Scholarships and Loans Division:
Department Head: Dr. Orly Perl
M.A.: October 15, 2022
Helyn B. Reich Memorial Scholarship
Awarded by the American Zionist Movement to Jewish American students enrolled in one of several designated Israeli universities or programs for at least a semester. The scholarship seeks to recognize candidates who have demonstrated academic excellence, pro-Israel activities and leadership, and commitment to future involvement with the American Zionist community. Scholarships are awarded each fall and spring, with amounts generally ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. The application deadline for the next round is January 15, 2023. For more information, visit azm.org/hbr or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
U.S. Federal Loans
U.S. citizens are encouraged to explore outside funding sources. To apply for low-interest loans through the Federal Direct Loan Program, U.S. citizens must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Bar-Ilan Federal School Code for FAFSA is 009143.
The Dean Of Students Office – Ombudsman – offers different kinds of loans to students. For further information, contact the Overseas Students Program Office:
Tel: +972-773 643 585
Ramat Gan 5290002
Other Loan Resources:
The Israel Post Bank Loans