The Israel Institute awards graduate fellowships to Ph.D. candidates in an effort to support outstanding research on Israel-related topics. Israel Institute Doctoral Fellowships are two-year fellowships that provide stipends of $10,000 per year for students at American universities and $15,000 per year for students at Israeli, European and Asian universities. The Institute Doctoral Fellowships are open to doctoral students who are working on Israel as a primary topic of research and also to candidates whose focus is more broad but whose work incorporates an Israeli dimension as a case study in a comparative work. The Israel Institute hopes to bring greater attention to Israel as a topic of advanced study and research across many fields and to encourage new and diverse perspectives from a wider array of graduate students.
The application deadline is April 1, 2014.