Committee on General Scholarships

Michel David-Weill Scholarship

To pursue a Master’s degree program at Sciences Po in Paris over the course of two years.

Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowships

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.

Lemann Fellowships

The Lemann Fellowships support students at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences whose study and dissertation research focuses on Brazil, especially an aspect of Brazilian history, society, government, and/or economy. These students do not have to be Brazilian citizens to apply. The fellowships are awarded for one academic year with the possibility of renewal for additional year.

Sinclair Kennedy Traveling Fellowships

Sinclair Kennedy Traveling Fellowships are awarded to Harvard graduate students for one academic year of travel, study, and/or research outside the United States. The fellowship can be combined with other sources of funding subject to the approval of CGS. Graduate students interested in applying must have already completed one full year of graduate study at Harvard at the time of application. Applicants need not hold a Harvard degree. Preference is given to applicants with U.S. citizenship.

Sheldon Prize Fellowships

The undergraduate Sheldon Fellowships support students of promise and good academic standing in a year of unrestricted purposeful travel abroad after graduation.

Augustus Clifford Tower Fellowship

The Augustus Clifford Tower Fellowship provides a stipend of approximately $20,000-$24,000 to support the expenses of one academic year of study at any university in France. Recipients are required to apply independently and gain admission to an academic program.

Harvard-China Fellowships

An agreement between Harvard University and the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China provides Harvard undergraduate and graduate students, who are United States citizens, with the opportunity to study or conduct research in China for one academic year.

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