The Kellogg Recanati International Executive MBA program offers several scholarships for executives as follows:
The Kadar Scholarship for Women in Business and Entrepreneurship is awarded to a limited number of Israeli women with proven entrepreneurial experience. This highly competitive scholarship is also offered to students who are accepted by the Recanati Executive MBA, the part-time Hebrew MBA program in Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (MoTIE), and the Sofaer International MBA in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
The Don Jacobs Scholarship Fund offers two scholarships a year on the basis of academic excellence and financial need, with preference given to students from underprivileged backgrounds.
The Ariav and Franklin Scholarship Fund offers a limited number of scholarships to participants who need the financial support and enrich the diversity of the class. Other criteria that are determined anew every year are also taken into consideration by the Ariav and Franklin Scholarship Fund committee in its decision making. Last year the committee awarded scholarships to executives working in the public sector and to executives who were involved in social entrepreneurship.
A limited number of scholarships is offered to senior officers currently serving in the IDF and defense sector.
Whitman Coexistence Scholarships are offered to a limited number of executives from the Palestinian Authority or neighboring countries. They are also offered to students of the Recanati Executive MBA.
Whitman Coexistence Scholarships are available to a limited number of executives from particular backgrounds, including Ethiopian-born Israelis, Arab-Israelis, and Druze.
Additional scholarships may also be available, depending on occasional and ad-hoc donations to the Coller School of Management.
The discussion regarding scholarships begins only after the applicant has been admitted to the program. Participants may then submit a request for a scholarship which is subsequently discussed by the program’s scholarship committee.