Scholarships and Funding
Hebrew and Jewish Studies
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Professor Chimen Abramsky Scholarship
The Professor Chimen Abramsky Scholarship was established in 2012 through a generous donation of an alumnus of the UCL Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies. The scholarship will provide financial support for an outstanding UK undergraduate student in the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies. One scholarship will be awarded in 2013, subject to successful applications.
To be considered for a scholarship, an applicant must:
• be a Home (UK) student entering the first year of their programme in 2013/14
• hold an offer of admission to study at UCL on any full-time undergraduate degree programme in the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
The criterion for awarding the scholarship is academic excellence.
The recipient will be selected on the basis of his/her application for admission and a separate letter of application for the scholarship.
Value: benefits and duration
The successful recipient will be awarded a total of £25,000 for his/her entire period of undergraduate study, divided into equal annual payments (the amount of which will depend on whether the recipient is enrolled for a three-year or four-year degree programme).
The successful recipient will be expected to meet with the donor on an annual basis.
Application procedure and deadline
The letter of application for the scholarship should not exceed one A4 page. There is no standard template or form. It should consist of a personal statement demonstrating eligibility for the scholarship. The applicant should demonstrate his/her commitment to the subject, and show evidence of his/her skills and academic excellence. Supporting evidence is optional but may also be supplied.
The deadline for applications is Monday, 29 April 2013 at 4pm. Applications should be sent to the Head of Department, Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Selection and notification of results
The scholarship will be awarded by recommendation of a panel comprised of members of staff of the UCL Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
The successful candidate will be notified as soon as possible, once a decision has been made.
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