The University of Manitoba is pleased to offer the Moshe Stern Memorial Award for Judaic Studies. This award is open to undergraduate or graduate students who have studied Judaic subjects. The award amount is $1,975, and several awards are available. Eligible countries include Canada and international students.
Application Deadline: 3rd October 2022
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- Organization: University of Manitoba
- Department: Several
- Course level: Undergraduate or Graduate
- Award amount: $1,975
- Number of awards: Several
- Eligible countries: Canada or International
- Eligible courses: Judaic Studies
- Eligibility: International Students and Canadian Students
- Has completed at least 30 credit hours of study in any program at The University of Manitoba;
- Has achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on course work completed at the University of Manitoba;
- Has demonstrated community involvement;
- Has completed at least one course in Judaic Studies at the University of Manitoba;
- is enrolled part-time or full-time in any school or faculty at the University of Manitoba or any other accredited university (Canadian or international) to pursue Judaic Studies, in the year in which The grant is tenable, with the provisos that:
- A student who is pursuing an academic program of study may register at any accredited university; or
- If a student pursues a theological program of study, enrolment must be at an accredited Orthodox Jewish post-secondary institution.
How to Apply
Applicants must apply, including a statement (maximum 500 words) that describes their community involvement and identifies the institution they plan to attend. The statement should also describe the applicant’s professional goals and how their community involvement has prepared them to achieve these goals.