Scholarships available for ieiMedia Jerusalem program

Mar 28, 2017   //   by Rachele Kanigel   //   Blog, Israel, Jerusalem, Israel, Scholarships  //  No Comments
Rachele Kanigel is an associate professor of journalism at San Francisco State University. She directed ieiMedia projects in Jerusalem (2013), Perpignan (2010 and 2011) and Urbino (2009) and taught reporting in Cagli in 2007. In 2017 she will co-direct ieiMedia's new international reporting program in Kyoto, Japan.

The Rothberg International School at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has generously offered scholarships for students enrolled in ieiMedia’s international reporting program in Jerusalem.

All U.S. citizens are eligible for scholarships of $750. Students who have already filed a FAFSA application can apply to receive an additional scholarship of up to $1,000, for a total scholarship of $1,750 toward the cost of the program. Students of other nationalities may inquire about other scholarships that may be available.

To apply for one of the scholarships, send an email to Ilene Prusher at iprusher@ieimedia.com with your name, email address and phone number and state whether you are applying for just the $750 scholarship or the additional $250 need-based scholarship as well. Students applying for a need-based scholarship will need to add the Hebrew University code of G04012 to their FAFSA application.

The online application for all ieiMedia programs is available on the ieiMedia website. 

For more information, contact Ilene Prusher at iprusher@ieimedia.com or 561-297-6265.

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