You need to have a strong interest in connecting with policy professionals from Israel. The program is also open to those without a deep knowledge of Israeli policies that wish to become more familiar with the security debate in the country.
Expertise in the field of the program’s topics in an academic or professional context, or through extracurricular engagement, is an asset. However, we are looking for candidates with a strong desire and clear commitment to make a difference in their respective fields of activity – not for narrow specialists.
Successful candidates will be invited to a phone interview with the IPPI team. If you do not hear back from our team or have any other questions, please send us a short email to email@example.com
Your application package must include at least one letter of recommendation, but no more than two (the second is optional). Letters of recommendation should come from professional and/or academic referees. Ideally, these should be recent, and a letter from your current employer is very much encouraged. Personal references (i.e., from a friend or relative) will not be accepted.
There is no need for German citizens to apply for a visa in order to travel to Israel. You will be issued a three months visa upon entry to the country. Once in Israel, the IPPI team is happy to support Fellows with the extension of the visa.
Yes. The IPPI does not provide health insurance coverage, nor are the program and its partners liable for any costs incurred by Fellows because of an accident. Therefore, Fellows are responsible for obtaining their own health insurance before traveling for the program.
Fellows receive a monthly reimbursement scheme at a total of 750 Euros. Fellows are able to cover costs such as accommodation and transportation. The IPPI does not cover any additional costs incurred by Fellows’ personal expenses before, during or after the sessions.
No. All responsibility for personal items and valuables belongs to the Fellows alone. IPPI and its partners are not responsible for any loss, damage or theft of Fellows’ belongings throughout the duration of the program and thereafter.
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