Wednesday, November 6, 2013

PhD fellowships for Graduate Study at Boston U, Brandeis, and Indiana

PhD Fellowships at The Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies at Boston University

Applicants to the PhD programs of the Division of Religious and Theological Studies are encouraged to apply for five-year, fully funded graduate fellowships in Jewish studies. Fellowship support includes all required tuition expenses, health insurance, and a competitive living stipend.
For DRTS program information, see or contact Prof. Jonathan Klawans, Director, at
For fellowship information, contact
Michael Zank, Director, The Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies
147 Bay State Road, Boston, MA 02215, Telephone: (617) 353-8096
Email:  | Website:

Schusterman Graduate Student Fellowships in Israel Studies

Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University offers full and partial fellowships for doctoral candidates focusing on Israel Studies. Eligible disciplines include History, Politics, Sociology, Middle East Studies, Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, and Literature. Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis to students accepted into the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at Brandeis University. Stipend of up to $24,000 per year, renewable for up to five years, plus healthcare benefits.
Join an engaged, diverse & multidisciplinary intellectual community.
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For further info, call 781-736-2154 or email


 Jewish Studies graduate study & funding at Indiana University

The Robert A. and Sandra S. Borns Jewish Studies Program
Announces its 2014-2015 Graduate Fellowship Competition
For Incoming Students

The Borns Family Fellowship
The Glazer Family Fellowship
The Yiddish Graduate Fellowship
The Alice Ginott Cohn, Ph.D. and Theodore Cohn Fellowship

Review of applicants begins: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The Borns Jewish Studies Program offers fellowships for students accepted into a graduate degree program at Indiana University who show clear promise of dedicating themselves seriously to scholarship within one of the core areas of Jewish Studies.  Each fellowship provides a stipend starting at $20,000, plus health insurance, and fee remission which can be tied to multi-year packages.

Application Procedure: Prospective students must apply for admission directly to a graduate degree program (History, Religious Studies, Comparative Literature, Jewish Studies M.A. program, etc.) at Indiana University.  In order to be considered for a Jewish Studies fellowship, applicants to the IU Graduate School should send a copy of their completed Indiana University application and request that 3 letters of recommendation (in Word) be forwarded to<>. Letters & application can also be mailed to:  Professor Shaul Magid, Director of Graduate Studies; Borns Jewish Studies Program; Indiana University; Goodbody Hall 326; 1011 E. Third St.; Bloomington, IN 47405-7005.  Each application will be considered for all relevant fellowship and award opportunities.  Review of 2014-2015 applications will begin on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.

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