The mission of the academic affairs activity is to foster cooperation between the academic community and institutions in Romania and the ones in Israel.
The academic cooperation between Romania and Israel falls under the provisions stipulated in the Programme of Cultural, Educational and Scientific Cooperation signed by the Governments of the both countries. Cooperation among universities and higher education institutions, exchanges of students and professors, and organizing courses concerning Holocaust to the Yad Vashem Museum in Israel are some of the activities encouraged under the framework of this agreement.
Israel also offers scholarships to Romanian students:
1. Israel offers annually up to three scholarship for one academic year (8 months) for post graduates or research students. For more information concerning the terms and conditions for the one academic year scholarship program please click here.
2. Israel offers annually one scholarship to a summer Modern Hebrew language course (Ulpan) organized in Israel. For more information concerning the terms and conditions for the Ulpan summer course click here.
Romania also offers scholarships to Israeli students studying in Romania:
1. Romania offers annually up to three scholarships for one academic year (8 months) for the Israeli students. For more information please contact the Embassy of the State of Israel, Cultural Department.
2. Romania offers to foreign citizens scholarships through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in keeping with Government Decision No 288/1993 for the 2012- 2013 academic year. This scholarship applies to all the foreign students not only Israelis and it covers the tuition for all the university years. For more information please click here. You can also contact the Embassy of the State of Israel, Cultural Department for more details.
Also, it is advisable to check our Facebook page Israel in Romania to be updated with all the announcement concerning the scholarships.
Centers for Jewish Studies in Romania
In order to promote the language, history, traditions and to encourage a better understanding on the role and influences of the Jewish culture in Romanian and in the world, Centers for Jewish Studies function in Romania in addition to the departments of Hebrew language and literature within the Universities.
Tel: +4021 302 8 505
Fax: +4021 302 8 555