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Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship

The Harvard Kennedy School Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship aims to strengthen the University’s capacities for teaching, research, and policy on the relationship between the United States and Europe. The program is designed to deepen a relationship which has — for over 70 years— served as an anchor of global order, driven the expansion of the world economy, provided peace and stability and reunited peoples once divided by war. In doing so, the program hopes to prepare a new generation of leaders on both sides of the Atlantic.

CES Summer Travel for Thesis Research Grants

Undergraduate Summer Travel Grants fund summer research in Europe for juniors in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences preparing senior theses on political, historical, economic, social, cultural, and intellectual trends in modern or contemporary Europe. Grants must be used for research abroad during the summer break.

Shaw Summer Traveling Fellowship

Shaw Fellowships provide a year of purposeful postgraduate travel in Europe for Harvard students to supplement their formal education through immersion in a foreign culture. For more information on this award, see the OCS Fellowships Office "Grants@Harvard" database.

Emerging Europe Association

The mission of our Club is to: Create a strong Eastern European community at HBS; Increase awareness of the EE among the Harvard community by organizing conferences and inviting inspiring speakers; Strengthen the link with EE businesses, governments and the alumni community.

European Law Association

The Harvard European Law Association (HELA), a student organization, aims at fostering the academic and political debate on challenges facing the European integration. Our effort to emphasize the European dimension stems from the awareness of the momentous relevance of the structural and political transformations currently underway in the European scenario. Now more than ever, Europe connotes a political, rather than a merely economic union.

European Club

The mission of the European Club is to be the foremost gateway between HBS and Europe for students, alumni, and the business community by promoting awareness of European business, government, and culture on campus through academic, business, and social events. Annual events include the Fogg Art Museum Party; the European Business Conference; the Harvard Ball; and EuroTrek (Career Trek).

Europe Research Center

The Europe Research Center in Paris (ERC) opened in 2003, and plays an important role in helping HBS develop and strengthen relationships with European business and academic leaders. The ERC enables Harvard Business School faculty to study more effectively one of the world's most important economic regions during a time of significant transformation. The ERC has contributed to more than 100 faculty publications (case studies, research notes, books and articles).

Center for European Studies Summer Internship Opportunities in Europe

The Center for European Studies sponsors a variety of summer internships in Europe for Harvard College sophomores, juniors, and non-graduating seniors.

Dissertation Completion Fellowships

Dissertation Completion Fellowships support doctoral candidates as they complete their dissertations. The award allows students to spend a final year dedicated to writing. The dissertation must focus on modern or contemporary Europe (roughly 1750 present)


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