ARDC 2018-2019 Scholarship Application is closed
(Last day: 30 October 2018)
We will update here as application for next year will start
Apply by completing the Paper Form or Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd-5oUsgexAM_bmFc9toEt0uFmf9cJoV8ecZvD7SXM7sh68_A/viewform?usp=pp_url
The African Refugee Development Center (ARDC) is a grassroots, community-‐based, non-‐profit organization that was founded in 2004 by African asylum seekers and Israeli citizens with the mission to protect, assist and empower African refugees and asylum seekers in Israel. In 2009, ARDC founded its education project, which focuses on providing individualised assistance and higher education support to African asylum seekers on the path to achieving their goals. Since that time, ARDC has provided assistance to more than 2,000 students. In 2015, ARDC launched “PREP Up”, a scholarship program aimed at assisting asylum seekers in attaining higher education.
ARDC is offering partial scholarships for African asylum seekers living in Israel who are enrolled in university. Each successful student will receive up to a maximum of 9,500 NIS for one academic school year based on need. Scholarship students will be required to complete 30 hours of community service at an organization chosen by the student. All applications will be reviewed by ARDC’s scholarship committee, an advisory group comprised of former teachers and university administrators.
If you have received the scholarship in the previous academic year you are entitled to apply again, however please note that priority will be given to new applicants. ARDC will transfer the scholarship within the academic year, but does not commit to a specific date for transfers.
If you are interested in applying, please complete the application and provide the accompanying documents by 30 October 2018. Submit your documents by completing the Google Form or Paper Form and attaching the relevant documents or emailing the documents to email@example.com.
You must also provide all required attachments, including:
Academic Transcript (for 2nd or 3rd year students) or acceptance letter to university for first year students
Copy of Bank Statement
Copy of Salary (tlush)
Copy of stamped RSD (first page is fine)
Copy of Visa (if you have one)
You must complete all the questions to apply.
To apply, you must be:
1. A student enrolled in higher education
2. In good academic standing
3. An asylum seeker or refugee living in Israel
2 students received 100% tuition for 1 year
1 student received 100% tuition for 4 years
3 students received partial tuition
4 students received laptops
8 students received scholarships of 9,500 NIS
3 students received scholarships of 3,000+ NIS
4 students received laptops