University of Haifa News

Jul 31, 2013 | Category: University of Haifa News
The earliest evidence of using flowerbeds for burial, dating back to 13,700 years ago, was discovered in Raqefet Cave in Mt. Carmel, during excavations led by the University of Haifa. [More]
Jul 24, 2013 | Category: University of Haifa News

A female’s exposure to distress, even before she conceives, causes changes in the expression of a gene linked to the stress mechanism in the body, according to a new study on rats conducted by the University of Haifa.


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Scholarships: Funding Talented Students

Scholarships help the University attract Israel’s top students and make an immediate difference in their lives. Scholarships drive success, making your contribution even more meaningful.

Dedicated, merit-based funds enable the University to recognize academic achievement. Need-based funding targets students with financial difficulties, such as new immigrants, soldiers, minority groups, and single parents, and affords them with an opportunity for higher education.