B.Sc. The Hebrew University and the Science Faculty offer some scholarships based on excellence and financial need. For details see here and here. Special support is also available for students in the teacher training program.
M.Sc. The department provides scholarships and stipends to most M.Sc. Students, contingent on academic performance. After the first year of study, continuation of financial support depends on successful completion of the first year studies and on beginning of thesis work with an advisor from the department. Students receiving full scholarship are expected to devote their time primarily to study, with work outside the university permitted only to a limited extent, as specified by university regulations.
In addition, M.Sc. students typically receive salary for part time academic employment at the department, involving grading of undergraduate coursework and in some cases teaching of recitation sections. Terms of employment conform to the work agreements with the Teachers and Researchers Organization.
Ph.D. The department provides Ph.D. students with scholarships and stipends, contingent on academic performance. Students also typically receive a salary for part time academic employment involving teaching of recitation classes for B.Sc. and M.Sc. courses. Terms of employment conform to the work agreements with the Teachers and Researchers Organization.