Education Track (PhD)
- The Azrieli Fellowships are offered to PhD students in the field of Education.
- Candidates who have submitted a research proposal to the university between February 2016 and February 2017 are eligible to apply.
a. It is preferable that this proposal will have been approved by the university authorities by the time the candidate applies for an Azrieli Fellowship. However, candidates whose proposals are still in the process of receiving approval will be considered, on condition that the proposal is approved by May 15, 2017.
b. If changes have been made to the initial research proposal during the course of the research, explanations and university approval must be provided.
- Direct Track and Combined Track PhD students are also eligible to apply.
- Candidates must be nominated by the Rector, or academic official of similar position, of the university at which they are studying. Nominations and coordination of applications will be processed through the Academic Secretariat or the Graduate School of the institution at which candidates are enrolled.
- Each university is requested to submit up to two nominations for the Education Program track.
- Up to two new Azrieli Fellows will be selected each year in the field of Education.
- The Fellowship is offered for up to three years. Fellows will be required to provide bi-annual reports to the Program's management, which will be signed and approved by their academic supervisors. Progress Report forms will be provided by the Program management.
- The Azrieli Foundation reserves the right to halt financial support before completion of a Fellow's studies or the three years, in the event that that the Fellow does not meet his/her obligations to remain in good standing (see section entitled "Obligations of the Azrieli Fellow").