Undergraduate Scholarships: Need-Based Support
Target students with serious financial difficulties, such as new immigrants, single parents, minority groups, students with physical disabilities and others.
As Tel Aviv University Alumni, you can make a difference in the lives of others. A donation of $50 or more can make a big difference and is a wonderful way of giving back to the University and to society as a whole.
With your help, and that of your fellow Alumni, we will be able to positively influence the life trajectory of 300 talented students – and thereby enable them to generate the next big idea to Improve the quality of life across the globe.
"I wouldn't be able to study in this amazing program without my scholarship.
It's changed my life."
Brazilian Friends of TAU Scholar
Hailing from the Negev, Nadia is the first Bedouin student to study architecture at TAU.
The field allows her to express her creativity and help people. She hopes to apply her skills and knowledge to benefit her community.
Scholarship funded by an anonymous donor, UK
Big Idea: To find a biological treatment for
deafness by decoding the genetic make-up of the
Preliminary results of Shahar’s research are encouraging.
Klass Family Fellow
Big Idea: An environmental entrepreneur, Lior recognized that home gardening could be a game-changer in sustainability,
policy and other areas. Her scholarship was a key factor in deciding to research this idea at TAU.
"I wanted my research to have an impact on the world, not to sit on a shelf. To accomplish this, I needed time and that's what my scholarship gave me."
Porter Foundation Fellow
Ilya made Aliyah from Russia after high school. As a lone immigrant, he has found a warm home in Israel and at Tel Aviv University.
"In Moscow, I had every opportunity open to me,
but I preferred to come to Israel where I feel I belong.”
Helen Sarah Steyer & Thomas Mark Steyer Scholar
Belaynesh immigrated to Israel from Ethiopia at the age of 15. Now, decades later, her children don't speak Amharic or Tigrinya and can’t communicate with her parents. This painful disconnect resulted in Belaynesh’s PhD thesis about the emotional cost of losing a native tongue. She is formulating recommendations for the government to implement language preservation for immigrant communities.
"A person without roots cannot grow and flourish.
If they are not rooted in the ground, the wind will knock them over."
Walanpatrias Foundation Doctoral Fellow