Financial Aid

UHL provides a limited amount of financial aid to qualifying students in the form of scholarships, fellowships, tuition grants, and work-study programs. Interested students should request a financial aid application from the Admissions Office and present it to the Office of the Dean at their earliest opportunity.

Degree candidates with special teaching and/or research skills, may be eligible for fellowship appointments in teaching and/or research. Fellows receive tuition grants and/or a small stipend. Fellows should anticipate that their appointment(s) would involve approximately 20 hours per week.

How can I help?

UHL welcomes financial support for worthy students. In particular, students from Third World countries face daunting financial challenges in choosing to study abroad. If you would like to enable students with financial difficulties to study at the University of the Holy Land, consider donating to the financial aid program or becoming a "Friend of UHL". Please see the following link for details.