Scholarship for the Rabbi Stern Memorial at the University of Manitoba in Canada in 2022–2023

This is to inform you that the University of Manitoba, Canada, will be accepting applications for the Rabbi Stern Memorial Scholarship from 2022 to 2023.

Summary of Contents
Significant Points
Description in brief Application deadline
Qualifying Courses
Scholarship Award Benefit Degree Type Number of Awards Eligibility Criteria Eligible Countries
Application Method
What is the University of Manitoba’s Rabbi Stern Memorial Scholarship?
What are some suggestions to improve my chances of being chosen?
Is this scholarship available to both domestic and international candidates?
Significant Points
The following are the most important things to remember regarding the University of Manitoba, Canada’s 2022–2023 Rabbi Stern Memorial Scholarship:Partially funded
Judaic Studies is a course offered at University of Manitoba.
Students from other countries are welcome.
All applications for undergraduate and graduate programs are welcome.
A succinct description
The University of Manitoba is proud to present the Moshe Stern Memorial Award for Judaic Studies. This award is open to college or graduate students who have taken Judaic studies courses.

There are various awards worth a total of $1,975. Students from Canada and other countries are both eligible.

Application Closing Date
The application period closes on October 3, 2022.Number of Awards: Unknown

eligibility requirements

To be eligible for the Rabbi Stern Memorial Scholarship at the University of Manitoba in Canada for 2022–2023, all applicants must fulfill the requirements listed below:

has completed at least 30 credits of courses toward any degree at the university, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 earned in coursework done there.

has demonstrated involvement in the community;

is enrolled full- or part-time in a judaic studies program at the University of Manitoba or another accredited university (Canadian or foreign) in the academic year in which the scholarship is available; with the following restrictions:Students registering for academic programs of study may do so at any accredited university; or One must attend a recognized Orthodox Jewish post-secondary institution in order to engage in a theological program of study.
Application Method
The sole remaining method for applying legitimately is as follows:

Candidates are required to submit an application and a statement (no more than 500 words) detailing their involvement in the community and naming the institution or university they want to attend.
The statement should also include the applicant’s career goals and how their involvement in the community has aided them in achieving those goals.To start your application, please click the Rabbi Stern Memorial Scholarship at the University of Manitoba, Canada 2022–2023 link.

Questions and Answers

These frequently asked questions might assist you in your search for scholarships:

What is the University of Manitoba’s Rabbi Stern Memorial Scholarship?
Only highly qualified candidates for the scholarship at the University of Manitoba are considered for the Undergraduate and Graduate positions.
What are some suggestions to improve my chances of being chosen?
Observe deadlines and provide all requested paperwork accurately.

Is this scholarship available to both domestic and international candidates?
Only candidates from outside and within the United States may apply.
Not interested in this scholarship specifically? View further awards here