It is with great pleasure that the University of Manitoba is able to present the Moshe Stern Memorial Award for Judaic Studies. Students of any level who have demonstrated excellence in their study of Judaic subjects may apply for this prize. There are multiple awards available, and the total sum of each prize is $1,975. Countries such as Canada as well as students from other countries are considered eligible.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
The University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, attracts students and faculty from all over the world because of its emphasis on progressive thought and action. Finding and fixing issues is a core value of the University of Manitoba. Every person involved in the learning and discovery process has a unique point of view, whether they are a current student, a researcher, or an alumnus. Human rights, global health, and climate change are just a few of the pressing topics that benefit from many points of view that help define innovative approaches and contribute to crucial discussions. This is the intersection between do-ing and dreaming. In 1877, the province of Manitoba opened its doors to the world with the founding of the Institution of Manitoba, the first university in Western Canada. Several indigenous groups, including the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Ojibwe, Dakota, and Dene, as well as the Métis Nation, have claimed this area as their home over the centuries. The University of Manitoba has a reputation for being one of the greatest research universities in the country, and it is the only university in Manitoba to concentrate such a heavy emphasis on research. More than 29,000 undergraduate and graduate students and more than 145,000 graduates live in more than 140 different countries.
The mission of the University of Manitoba is to create, preserve, transmit, and use knowledge for the benefit of society at large. This includes Manitobans, Canadians, and people all around the world. It is the school’s long-term objective to take its place among the world’s top educational institutions through a commitment to transformative research and scholarship and creative teaching and learning that is uniquely enriched by Indigenous knowledge and views. For the school to achieve its goal, it needs students, teachers, and administrators who are all committed to raising the bar. The University of Manitoba bases its choices on the following values: academic freedom; accountability; collegiality; equity and inclusion; excellence; innovation; integrity; respect; and sustainability. At the University of Manitoba, students will be challenged to reach their intellectual and creative potential and will be given the freedom to pursue excellence in all that they do. No matter what career path they choose or where life takes them after high school, students will be able to put their classroom and life experiences to good use. Today is the first day of the future.
Most graduate programs at this university provide courses leading to master’s and doctorate degrees. More than a hundred academic concentrations are offered at the school. More than 35 countries are available for study abroad experiences, and students can choose from more than a hundred distinct service-learning, internship, co-op, and exchange programs.
The University of Manitoba’s graduate students represent the future of local and national administration. By applying their knowledge and talents to encouraging new ideas, they help the province grow economically. Graduate students present their findings at the annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. In order to expose the public to the most recent research, students are tasked with presenting their findings to the public in no more than three minutes.
There should be a focus on providing pupils with cutting-edge facilities to maximize their learning potential. While upgrading to modern facilities that will aid in groundbreaking discoveries, the Fort Garry campus is also meticulously maintaining the historic buildings that have defined it for almost a century. It was in 2015 that the University of Manitoba became the permanent home of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. Reconciliation and the protection of the truth concerning residential schools are two of the main goals of this organization.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Manitoba
Scholarship Country: Canada
Scholarship Worth: $1,975
Scholarship Type: Undergraduate
Nationality: International Students
The Scholarship award is worth $1,975, and there are several of them.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- Must have completed at least 30 credit hours of study in any degree offered by The University of Manitoba;
- has obtained a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on course work done at The University of Manitoba.
- has provided evidence of involvement in the community;
- has graduated from the University of Manitoba with at least one credit earned in the field of Judaic Studies;
- is enrolled either part-time or full-time in any school or faculty at the University of Manitoba or any other university in the province of Manitoba
- the year in which the student enrolls at a recognized and respected university (either in Canada or abroad) to pursue Judaic Studies;
Scholarship is viable, but only under the following conditions:
- a student who is enrolled in an academic program of study has the option of registering at any university that has been granted accreditation; or
- If a student is interested in pursuing a theological program of study, they are required to enroll at an accredited educational institution.
- Jewish Orthodox post-secondary educational establishment.
Awarding international students with tuition waivers for the 2022-2023 school year in select degree programs, the University of Innsbruck in Austria is committed to removing financial barriers to education. This award is for international students who have demonstrated academic excellence. Scholars of all levels are urged to apply for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year at the university.
The University of Manitoba for Bachelor Canada 2022 Rabbi Dr. Moshe Stern Memorial Award is open to all International Students
- Candidates are required to submit an application, which must include a statement (up to 500 words in length) that details their commitment in the community and indicates the educational institution that they want to attend.
- Please take note that students who are not currently enrolled at the University of Manitoba will be required to submit evidence of their enrollment at another educational institution.
- admittance to a school that has been granted accreditation as well as enrollment in classes dealing with Jewish studies must occur before money can be distributed.
- Please send your completed applications to the following email address: [email protected]
The application deadline for University of Manitoba for Bachelor Canada 2022 Rabbi Dr. Moshe Stern Memorial Award is October 3, 2022