The Leo Baeck Centre offers details of a scholarship to study in Israel that may be of interest to prospective students. The scholarship was established in the memories of the late Hon. William Kaye AO, and the late Henrietta Kaye AM, long-standing members of the Leo Baeck Centre, and also long-time supporters and members of the Council of Christians and Jews Victoria (CCJ Vic). Judge Kaye was CCJ Vic Chairman for many years.
The William and Henrietta Kaye Memorial Study in Israel Scholarship 2018-9
A scholarship fund has been established in the memories of the late Hon. William Kaye AO, and the late Henrietta Kaye AM, long-standing members of the Leo Baeck Centre, to assist people to study in and develop their relationship with Israel. It is particularly intended to assist those who would otherwise struggle to fund such a study visit.
Eligibility: Any person of any religion who is resident in Australia or New Zealand may apply. They must plan to undertake a study program in Israel for 16 days or more, of which at least half must be on a formal study course. The course and its institution must be open, just and equitable to students and must not denigrate any group or approach to Judaism.
Award: The total annual sum is usually $6000 and it is expected that the award amounts may be between $2000 and $3000.
Applications are invited immediately, the deadline being 18th May 2018. Please download application form at lbc.org.au or request application form from office@LBC.org.au with further information.
Leo Baeck Centre, Kew
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