5 Nepali students get Hebrew University Scholarship in Israel
Five Nepali Students left to Israel Monday to study at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, one of the finest Universities in Israel.
These students from The Agriculture and Forestry University in Rampur, Chitwan, were awarded with full scholarships to study Master's Degree there for 2013-14 term. Each scholarship awarded is worth USD 28,000, said the Israeli Embassy in a statement.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is Israel's second oldest University after the Technion. Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud, Martin Buber and Chaim Weizmann were among the first Board of Governors and four of the Israel's Prime Ministers are Alumni of the Hebrew University. Five graduates of the University have received Noble Prize as of today. Nepalnews.com