Grants and Fellowships for Judaic Graduate Studies Students

Brandeis Funding Sources

The Brandeis Graduate School of Arts and Sciences provide master’s and doctoral fellowship and grant support, as well as links to external funding resources.

A grant of up to $3,000 for research-related travel, duplication services and other expenditures.

A one-year stipend of $20,000 plus a summer stipend of $3,000 and a research fund of $2,000. Only fifth or sixth-year students may apply for this fellowship.

An award of up to $1,000 in support of a doctoral candidate's dissertation-related research expenses.

Gives Graduate School students the opportunity to design and teach an upperdivision course in their field of research.

Grants and Fellowships for Judaic Studies Undergraduate Students

Part of the Sachar Scholarship Fund. Awards between $500 and $1500 for Brandeis juniors planning to study abroad in Eastern Europe or take coursework related to the Brandeis University Near Eastern and Judaic Studies Program.
Part of the Sachar Scholarship Fund. Awards between $500 and $1500 to support students interested in studying abroad in Israel.
$2000 stipend award for Schiff Fellow (junior and senior undergraduate students) to perform an innovative research project, as well as $500 stipend for Faculty Menor's own research.