This page gives information about scholarships in JAMD. For scholarships awarded by other sources, please go to: https://www.universities-colleges.org.il/forum/forum.asp?f=35, where you will find all scholarships available for students in Israel. Worth checking!
JAMD grants a certain number of scholarships of 3 kinds:
1. Need-based support – interested students apply around the beginning of academic year. Their applications are checked according to financial criteria of income, social security documents, etc. Answers are given during the 2nd semester. The average need-based support is between 20%-50% of tuition fee. These scholarships are not open for students who receive merit-based support from JAMD.
Submission deadline: 30/11/21
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2. Merit-based support – a limited number of scholarships based on grades, auditions, recommendations by deans of faculty, etc. These are usually not open to 1st year students. The average merit-based support is between 50%-100% of the annual tuition fee. Students cannot apply to these scholarships in advance, but only by following the information and dead-lines published regularly during the academic year. Scholarships are granted up to maximum 400% of tuition fee during the 1st degree and up to maximum 200% of tuition fee during the 2nd degree.
3. Social-activity-based support – interested students can contact firstname.lastname@example.org in order to take part in a variety of artistic activities in the community, such as individual teaching and coaching for children and youth, communal orchestras and choirs, special composition projects, educational work with deprived youth, etc. The average scholarships are between 3,500-10,000 NIS, depending on the scope of activity. These scholarships are open also for students who receive need-based or merit-based support from JAMD. For additional information.
For further information you are welcome to contact Ms. Shir Taieb, JAMD's international students coordinator: email@example.com; Ms. Talya Klein, firstname.lastname@example.org; and Dr. Ido Ariel, Dean of Students email@example.com
The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance is assisted by many other donors whose donations are dedicated to outstanding students and students in financial need. The selection of students is made in accordance with the recommendations of the deans of the faculties and the decision of the scholarship committee of the academy.
For further information please contact Ms. Talya Klein, firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Ido Ariel, Dean of Students, email@example.com.