In cooperation with the Dr. Jacob Isler Foundation, scholarships are granted to released soldiers who find it difficult to meet payment for tuition.
In cooperation with the Impact Fund, scholarships are granted in the amount of $4000 to released soldiers who have served in combat units. The criteria for receiving scholarships are based on socioeconomic factors.
Benefits for released soldiers with combat certificates
- Jerusalem scholarships and loans – Click here for information
- Additional [income tax] points for those entitled to aid scholarships
- Flexibility in dates of registration and updating of high school matriculation/psychometric data
- Reimbursement of registration fees for those registering during open days starting to study at the College
- Reductions and special conditions for students following reserve service
- Living expense scholarships for students who live in the City Center of Jerusalem – Click here for information