Committee on General Scholarships Harvard University

The Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund (Argentina)
The Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund for Argentina will support Argentinean students studying at the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in the Engineering, Applied, Physical and Life Sciences; the Harvard School of Public Health, the John F. Kennedy School of Government, or the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of merit and financial need. It is the donor's wish that recipients have plans to return to Argentina and utilize their education to enable them to contribute to Argentina's social, economic, and scientific progress, and priority consideration will be given to those candidates.

The fellowships are awarded for one academic year. Recipients may apply for renewal for a second year. Candidates must apply to and be accepted by their school of choice at the University independent of this Fellowship application. Admission to the University does not guarantee a Fellowship award.

The 2014-2015 Fellowship application and guidelines are available in PDF format.


If you have further questions or concerns, please contact the Committee on General Scholarships.
Tel. 617-496-9367
e-mail: cgs@fas.harvard.edu

Amalia Lacroze De Fortabat Fellowship Fund (Argentina)
Amalia Lacroze De Fortabat Fellowships are awarded each year to students with Argentine citizenship who are currently enrolled or have been admitted for graduate study at Harvard University. Awards are need-based and take academic merit into account. Priority will be given to degree candidates in fields that will enable them to contribute to: (1) Argentina's social, economic and scientific progress; (2) the formation of public policies that strengthen Argentine democracy: and (3) Argentina's academic and professional development. Applicants must commit to return to Argentina upon completion of their programs at Harvard. Current and prospective Harvard graduate students should apply for consideration directly to the Committee on General Scholarships.

The 2014-2015 Fellowship application and guidelines are available in PDF format.

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact the Committee on General Scholarships.

Tel. 617-496-9367
e-mail: cgs@fas.harvard.edu

Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and U.K.)
Frank Knox Fellowships are awarded to citizens of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom for graduate study or research at Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. The fellowship pays tuition and health insurance fees plus a substantial living stipend, and is renewable for a second year for students in continuing degree programs. Approximately 15 new fellows are selected each year. For additional information, please visit the Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship website.

Menzies Scholarship Fund-Harvard Club of Australia (Australia)
The Menzies Scholarship is awarded each year to an Australian citizen who has been admitted to any graduate school at Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Students apply for consideration through the Harvard Club of Australia's representative at Australian National University. This scholarship is not renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Karen Holt

Australian National University

Alumni Relations and Philanthropy
Building 71T, 28 Balmain Crescent
Acton, ACT 0200
AUSTRALIA
Tel. (02) 6125 2825
Fax: (02) 6125 5568
e-mail: governance@anu.edu.au

Boas Scholarship Fund (Belgium and Luxembourg)
The Boas Scholarship is awarded each year to a citizen of Belgium or Luxembourg who has been admitted for graduate study at Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard program. Applications must be submitted to the Commission for Educational Exchange in Brussels, which nominates a limited number of finalists each year to the Committee on General Scholarships. This scholarship is not renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Erica Lutes
Commission for Educational Exchange
The Royal Library Albert I, 6th Floor
Boulevard de l'Empereur, 4, Keizerslaan
1000 Brussels
BELGIUM
Tel. 322-519-57-70
Fax: 322-519-57-73
e-mail: fulbright@kbr.be

Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship (Brazil)
The Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowships support graduate students who are citizens of Brazil and who will enroll at Harvard University's School of Public Health, Graduate School of Education, or Kennedy School of Government.

The fellowships are awarded for one academic year with the possibility of renewal for one additional year. Candidates must apply to and be accepted by their school of choice at the University independent of this Fellowship application. Admission to the University does not guarantee a Fellowship award.

The 2014-2015 Fellowship application and guidelines are available in PDF format.


If you have further questions or concerns, please contact the Committee on General Scholarships.
Tel. 617-496-9367
e-mail: cgs@fas.harvard.edu

(Please note that the Lemann Fellowships program also supports Ph.D. dissertation research in Brazil, but those fellowships require a different application. Please click here for information about this program.)

Victor and William Fung Fellowship (China and Hong Kong)
The Victor and William Fung Fellowships support students from China and Hong Kong who are pursuing Master degrees at the following schools or departments at Harvard University: Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, Kennedy School of Government, Graduate School of Design, School of Public Health, Graduate School of Education, Regional Studies-East Asia, or the Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Please note that students are not able to apply for this fellowship directly. Students must be nominated by the school in which they are enrolling.

Scholarships for Colombian Students
Scholarships for Colombian students support graduate students at Harvard University who are citizens of Colombia. Two funds make these scholarships possible, one for all Colombian students (Fondo Colombia-Harvard Fund) and one for students and faculty from Universidad de los Andes (Harvard-Los Andes Fund).

Candidates are evaluated on the basis of merit and financial need and must be deemed eligible for financial aid by the Harvard schools they plan to attend. Candidates must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Candidates must apply to and be accepted to an academic program at the university independently from this fellowship application. Admission to the University does not guarantee a fellowship award.

Recipients are expected to return to Colombia to contribute to the country following the completion of their degree studies.

The 2014-2015 Fellowship Application and Guidelines are available in PDF format.

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact the Committee on General Scholarships.
Tel. 617-496-9367
e-mail: cgs@fas.harvard.edu

Balokovic Scholarship Fund (Croatia)
The Balokovic Scholarship is awarded each year to citizens of Croatia who has been admitted for graduate study to Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Applications must be submitted to the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb, which nominates a limited number of finalists each year to the Committee on General Scholarships. This scholarship is not ordinarily renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Zrinski trg 11
10000 Zagreb
Hrvatska (CROATIA)
Tel. 385-1-4895-111
Fax: 385-1-481-99-79
website: www.hazu.hr
e-mail: jdukic@hazu.hr

Ecole Normale Superieure - Harvard Exchange Program (France)
This is an exchange program between Harvard University and the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. Students from France attending the Ecole Normale Superieure may apply to study as a Special Student or Visiting Fellow at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences for one academic year. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. This scholarship is not renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Dr. Isabelle de Vendeuvre
Directrice des Relations Internationales
Ecole Normale Superieure
45, rue d'Ulm
75230 Paris
FRANCE
Tel. 33-01-44-32-31-36
e-mail: isabelle.de.vendeuvre@ens.fr

Sciences-Po Exchange Fellowship (France)
This is an exchange program between Harvard University and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po). Students from Sciences Po may apply for a Sciences-Po Exchange Fellowship to spend one academic year as a Special Student or Visiting Fellow at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard program. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Elodie Luquet
International Affairs Manager
Office of International Affairs
27, rue Saint-Guillaume
75337 Paris
FRANCE
Tel. 33 01-45 49 83 14
Elodie.luquet@sciences-po.fr

Jean Gaillard Memorial Fellowship Fund (France)
Jean Gaillard Fellowships are awarded each year to citizens of France for graduate study at Harvard University or the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their academic programs. Application is made to the Board of Directors of the Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures in Paris, who nominate finalists to the Committee on General Scholarships. This fellowship is not renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard and MIT students should contact:

Florence Mayo-Quenette
Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures
Grand voie des Vignes
92295 Chatenay-Malabry
Cedex FRANCE
Tel. 33-1-41-13-14-19
Fax: 33-1-41-13-14-36
e-mail: florence.mayo-quenette@ecp.fr

Arthur Sachs Scholarship Fund (France)
Arthur Sachs Scholarships are awarded to students with French citizenship who are admitted for graduate study to Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Application must be made to the Arthur Sachs Scholarship Committee in Paris, which nominates finalists to the Committee on General Scholarships. This scholarship is not renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Severine Peyrichou
Franco-American Commission for Cultural Exchange
9, rue Chardin
Paris 75016
FRANCE
Tel. 33-1-44-14-53-65
Fax: 33-1-42-88-04-79
e-mail: speyrichou@fulbright-france.org

Holtzer Fellowship Fund (Germany)
The Holtzer Fellowship is awarded each year to a student of German birth and German education for study in any school of Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Documentary proof of German birth and education is required. This scholarship is not renewable. For further information and application forms, prospective students should contact:

Deutscher Akademischer AustauschDienst
Kennedyallee 50
53175 Bonn
GERMANY
Tel: 49-228-882-0
Fax: 49-228-882-444
e-mail: postmaster@daad.de

Hellenic Harvard Foundation Scholarship Fund (Greece)
Each year, the Hellenic Harvard Foundation in Athens awards scholarships to graduate students with Greek citizenship who have been accepted for admission to Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Recipients are required to return to Greece upon completion of their Harvard programs. However, an allowance for a period of practical training of up to one year in the U.S. is possible. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Alexandros Samaras
Hellenic Harvard Foundation
7 Mourorizi Street
Athens 10674
GREECE
Tel: 30-1-7211-047
Fax: 30-1-722-6313

Fundacion Mexico en Harvard Fund (Mexico)
Fundacion Mexico en Harvard provides scholarships and loans to citizens of Mexico who are admitted for graduate study at Harvard. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:

Barbara Randolph, Executive Director

brandolph@fundacionharvard.org
or

Anna Sanchez, Administrative Director

apsanchez@fundacionharvard.org


Fundacion Mexico en Harvard, A.C.
Monte Pelvoux No. 220-PH
Col. Lomas de Chapultepec
11000-Mexico, D.F.
Phone: 5229-5877
www.fundacionharvard.org

Real Colegio Complutense Scholarship Fund for Graduate Degree Students (Spain)
Real Colegio Complutense Scholarships for graduate degree students are awarded each year to citizens of Spain who are admitted to or enrolled in any graduate degree program at Harvard University. Preference is given to students who have attended Universidad Complutense de Madrid (or one of its affiliated institutions).

The fellowships are awarded for one academic year, but recipients may apply for renewal for a subsequent year. Candidates must apply to and be accepted by Harvard University's graduate or professional schools independently of this Fellowship application in order to be considered for the fellowship. Candidates do not need to know their admissions status in order to apply for this award. Admission to the University does not guarantee a Fellowship award.

The application for this fellowship requires two separate steps and both steps must be completed in order to be considered for a fellowship:

1 Candidates must submit an application with the Real Colegio Complutense. This can be done by following the steps on the "Convocatoria" outlined on the homepage of the Real Colegio Complutense website at: http://rcc.harvard.edu/wp/?p=22823.

2. Candidates must submit a Fellowship Information Form and all requested documentation to the Committee on General Scholarships. The 2014-2015 Fellowship Information Form is available in PDF format.

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact the Committee on General Scholarships.
Tel: 617-496-9367
e-mail: cgs@fas.harvard.edu

Choate Memorial Fellowship (United Kingdom)
The Choate Memorial Fellowship is awarded each year upon the nomination of the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, England, to a British citizen coming from that university for graduate study or research at Harvard University for one academic year. This fellowship is not renewable. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students from the University of Cambridge only should contact:

University of Cambridge
University Offices
The Old Schools
Cambridge CB2 1TN
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel. 01223 332200

The Harlech Scholarship
The Harlech Scholarship is administered by the Harlech Scholars Trust. The Harlech Scholars Trust provides support for one student from New College, Oxford, to study at Harvard University for an academic year, or one student from Harvard University to study at Oxford University for an academic year, in alternating years. Prospective students from New College who are interested in studying at Harvard University should contact:

Ms. Annie Thomas
Harlech Scholars Trust
3 Birdcage Walk
Westminster SW1 H9JJ
London
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: 44-207-222-1151
Fax: 44-207-222-5355
Email: anniet@kentrust.demon.co.uk

The Michael von Clemm Fellowship
This is an exchange program between Harvard University and the University of Oxford, and funded by the Michael and Louise von Clemm Foundation. Harvard College seniors who are interested in spending an academic year at the University of Oxford following their graduation may apply for a Michael von Clemm Fellowship. Prospective applicants should contact the Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (URAF), http://uraf.harvard.edu/, at Harvard University for more information and application materials.

Students from the University of Oxford may apply for the Michael von Clemm Fellowship to spend one academic year as a Special Student at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University following their graduation from Oxford. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective students should contact:

Ms. Rachel Pearson
College Secretary
Corpus Christi College, Oxford
Tel: 01865 276737
Fax: 01865 276767
Email: Rachel.pearson@ccc.ox.ac.uk

Arab Republic of Egypt Public Service Fellowships
The Arab Republic of Egypt Public Service Fellowships support Egyptian students wishing to enroll in master's degree programs at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Harvard Graduate School of Education, the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, or the Harvard School of Public Health. The fellowships have been funded by the government of Egypt to build the capacity of the country's public sector, and applicants must have a commitment to return to work in the public sector in Egypt once they have completed their degree.

The fellowship guidelines and application for the 2014-2015 academic year are available in PDF format. The application deadline is March 1, 2014.

PLEASE NOTE: Applications for the Arab Republic of Egypt Public Service Fellowship must be scanned and submittted as an email attachment to: cgs@fas.harvard.edu




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