Paideia Fellowships in Jewish Studies 2012-13
Paideia One Year Jewish Studies Program offers a unique international Jewish studies experience during eight months in Stockholm, Sweden with the possibility of completing a Master in Jewish Civilizations at the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien in Heidelberg, Germany.
Features· Academic studies of Jewish text and culture in English · World-renowned faculty from Israeli and European universities· Interactive text studies using the Hevruta method of studying in pairs· Applied project work· Networking in an open, international and pluralistic European environment· Hebrew Ulpan 6 hours per week· Optional second year of studies at the HfJS in Heidelberg· Follow-up programs and conferences Scholars hips

Fellows receive scholarships including student tuition, student accommodation and a monthly stipend towards living costs. Deadlines
Early Application: Deadline January 15 (decision by March 1)
Application I: Deadline March 1 (decision by April 15)
Application II: Deadline April 15 (decision by June 1) The earlier one applies, the better chances are to get a scholarship. Candidates should have the following qualities:· Commitment to the renewal of European Jewish culture· Intellectual curiosity and documented academic experience· Interpersonal and leadership skills Prior study experience in Jewish texts or Hebrew is not required For more information and application forms visit www.paideia- Paideia is a non-denominational institute of higher Jewish learning with an academic focus on textual sources. Dedicated to the renewal of European Jewish culture, Paideia is also an applied institute linking academic studies to action.----- --------- --------- -------
Frida Schatz
Senior Lecturer & Dean of Students
mailto:frida.schatz@ paideia-eu. org

Paideia,The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden
Box 5053 SE 10242 Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +468-679 5555,
Fax: +468-661 1555

visiting address:
Nybrogatan 21 

Date: 2011-11-11