Renewable Energy as a Catalyst for Regional Development

Fecha Limite para Aplicar: 
31 de julio de 2018
November 18th -December 7th, 2018

Application Requirements
The target audience for this course is those who are interested in expanding their knowledge and initiatives
into sustainable and renewable energy management in their communities.
This training program is intended for mid-level professionals, working for government, non-governmental
organizations, decision-making bodies, academia and the private sector. Our expectation is that a program
of this type will be especially appealing to professionals who work on alternative energy management,
energy production and for those who work in sustainable community development.
The program will be conducted in English. It is essential that the participants have a high level of reading,
writing and speaking in English.
Participants should have at least the equivalent of a university degree or professional diploma and a desire
to leverage their knowledge in a field related to energy.
Competition for the MASHAV Courses is merit-based and selection will be made on the basis of
applicants’ achievements, interest, added value of the program to the participant, professional aptitude,
leadership potential in the field of Renewable Energy, and knowledge of English.
Funding for the MASHAV Courses is limited and the program is highly competitive; not all qualified
applicants will receive awards.

A copy of the application should be sent
to the Israeli Embassy nearest to you as well as Ms. Tali Adini at

Application forms
Application forms and other information may be obtained at the nearest Israeli mission or at MASHAV’s
Completed application forms, including the medical form, should be sent to the relevant Israeli mission in the
respective country.

Como presentar su documentación en La Oficina Presidencial de Becas:
1. Presentar toda la documentación requerida por MASHAV, Israel, en forma física
2. Presentar toda la documentación de manera digital en un CD escaneado en formato PDF, documento por documento.

Renewable Energy as a Catalyst for Regional Development


Location and Accommodation
The course will be held at the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, situated at Kibbutz Ketura in the
Arava Desert, four hours drive from the center of Israel. Kibbutz Ketura is a collective community, located in
the Arava valley of Israel. It is approximately 50 kilometers from the Red Sea resort city of Eilat in the south
of Israel. Participants are housed two to a room throughout the course.
In Nov/Dec the weather will be comfortable; temperatures will range from around 25°- 30°C during the day
and down to about 15°C at night. For more information on Kibbutz Ketura, you can access the website at:
Health Services
Medical insurance covers medical services and hospitalization in case of emergency. It does not cover the
treatment of chronic or serious diseases, specific medications taken by the participant on a regular basis, dental
care and eyeglasses. Health authorities recommend that visitors to Israel make sure they have been inoculated
against tetanus in the last ten years. Participants are responsible for all other expenses.

Descripción de la beca: 


ONG Patrocinadora: 

MASHAV, Israel


For further information, please contact:
Tali Adini, MASHAV Course Coordinator
Address: Arava Institute, Kibbutz Ketura, 88840, Israel
Tel: 972-8-6306339, 972-54-5704894
Fax: 972-8-6356634

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Renewable Energy as a Catalyst for Regional Development
Beca Abierta: 
Fecha de Postulación: 
11 de junio de 2018
Fecha de Inicio: 
November 18th -December 7th, 2018
Punto Focal: 
En línea/OPB Oficina Presidencial de Becas