The grants can be used to cover travel expenses within Israel for one of the following purposes, to 1) continue or develop a research project with a faculty supervisor from your home institution; 2) develop a project or research for personal or academic development; 3) supplement work in the BGU research internship program with relevant travel; or 4) engage in an independent study with a BGU faculty supervisor (must be approved by the faculty member).
A Travel Grant (roundtrip flight NYC-Tel Aviv) to Visit Ben-Gurion University to take part in one of two summer program: 1) Innovation & Leadership or 2 ) Data Mining & Business Intelligence for Cyber Security.
A substantial amount of funding is available to students applying for a semester or academic year through the Ginsburg Scholarship Fund. Scholarship awards are based on economic need. Recipients will be notified of their awards after acceptance to the program.