Help at-risk students pursue their studies so they can make an impactful contribution to global progress.
In these challenging times, Israel’s future leaders and innovators, need your urgent support.
In the wake of COVID-19, countless of Tel Aviv University (TAU) students from low-income and underrepresented groups are at risk of dropping out due to financial difficulties. Lost jobs and the need to provide extra support to their families have made the already daunting challenges these students face to fund their studies all the more difficult.
“These scholarships give us security and allow us to devote ourselves to our studies. This is not self-evident“
“Ces bourses nous procurent une sécurité et nous permettent de nous consacrer à nos études. Cela ne va pas de soi”.
“My original plan was to study at Tel Aviv University but it wasn’t possible due to financial challenges. A TAU scholarship made it possible for me to pursue a law degree I have longed for, for several years… I couldn’t be more thankful. I am eager to join the human rights and housing clinics at our law faculty and help others in their fight for justice.”
“I wish to take this opportunity to give my thanks to the wonderful team of Admas Program for Students of the Ethiopian Community. Every time a problem arises, I always receive a quick response, warm and supportive. I don’t take it for granted that in a big system such as the university, there is a program that truly sees you.”
“My name is Ishay Ravina and I’m a student at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music for a double first degree of both vocal and musicology … After high school, I decided I should keep developing in the field of music by having a B.Mus from university. I highly thank you for this generous donation, which helps me a lot financially, especially in this challenging period of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“We’re seven in one household with one income, and our house burned down last December. I found accommodation at the dorms but due to coronavirus I can’t work, I can’t pay rent, I can’t help my parents and I also have no home to go back to until my family gets back on its feet.”
“I’m an entrepreneur at heart. In ten years’ time, I hope to have established a start-up based on a technology that I’ve helped develop and that could change people’s lives.”
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