Scholarships and Grants
University of Munich (LMU) Scholarship
LMU offers every year, via the Minerva Institute for German History, one or two scholarships for the duration of one year at the University of Munich. The scholarships are intended for students who are studying any aspect of German history and culture at Tel Aviv University requiring research in Germany. Applications are to be submitted to the Minerva Institute for German History for screening and onwards transmission to LMU. The applications should include: curriculum vitae, grade report, research proposal, two letters of recommendation in English, a summary form and a letter detailing the reason for the intended stay in Munich. The decision on the applications is made by LMU.
The scholarship, in memory of the late Josef and Ilse Neuberger, was founded in cooperation with the state of Nordrhine-Westphalia, Germany, with the purpose of assisting students from Israel and Nordrhine-Westfalia. The scholarship is awarded once a year and is intended for graduate students doing research in the following subjects: history of the Jews in Germany, relationship between Jews and Germans, relationship between Israel and Germany. Applications submitted to the Minerva Institute for German History should include: curriculum vitae, a summary form, grade report, research proposal and two letters of recommendation.
Minerva Institute for German History - Grants
From time to time, the Minerva Institute for German History offers limited grants for research expenses. All students of the Faculty of Humanities at Tel Aviv University whose work involves the history and culture of German-speaking countries are eligible to apply. Applications should be submitted to the Minerva Institute for German History using this form, a grade report, outline of intended research/study, and two letters of recommendation.