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In addition to the fellowships offered exclusively to HLS students, Harvard University offers a wide array of fellowships to students at any of its schools, many of which are taken by HLS students each year.

View other Harvard-affiliated Fellowships posted by Academics.

Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies offers fellowships and grants for students working, studying or traveling in an area pertaining to Russia, Eastern Europe, or Central Asia. Stipends vary.

Harvard-China Scholarship Programs enable Harvard students to study or conduct research for one academic year at one of over 80 universities in the People’s Republic of China. Candidates must be U.S. citizens. Application forms provided by the Committee on General Scholarships (CGS).

Harvard University/Ecole Normale Superieure Fellowships support U.S. students who have completed at least one year at HLS and seek to spend a full year in France pursuing a project of interest. Candidates must be nominated by HLS before applying to the Committee on General scholarships. The stipend of $14,000 may be combined with the Ecole Normale Fellowship of $12,000. October deadline for nomination to CGS.

Harvard University Clifford Augustus Tower Fellowship is awarded to HLS students must hold a Harvard/Radcliffe B.A. and be nominated by the Law School to apply to the Committee on Graduate Fellowships CGS) for study and work in France. Applicants must have completed a full year of graduate study before applying. The stipend of $12,000 may be combined with the Ecole Normale Fellowship of $14,000. October deadline for nomination to CGS.

Harvard University’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics hosts fellowships programs for HLS students, recent graduates, and faculty engaged in writing and research on topics in ethics. The fellowships provide a stipend, modest research allowance, and office space for an academic year. For further information, please contact the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics (www.ethics.harvard.edu) or call (617) 495-1336.

Zuckerman Fellows Program at Harvard University represents a new and innovative approach to preparing talented young people to engage in the public sector. Zuckerman Fellows will develop both a broad base of knowledge and a depth of perspective through intensive training in two professional disciplines, giving them exceptional promise as future leaders.

Candidates for the Zuckerman Fellows Program are individuals who have a graduate degree in business, law, or medicine who wish to earn an additional degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, or the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Students who are working toward a degree in business, law, or medicine and who wish to earn an additional degree at the Graduate School of Education, the Kennedy School of Government, or the School of Public Health are also eligible, including students applying for joint and concurrent programs.

Zuckerman Fellows will receive one year of tuition and health insurance fees at the Graduate School of Education, the Kennedy School of Government, or the School of Public Health, plus a stipend of $30,000 during their Fellowship year.

Zuckerman Fellows will be selected based on their leadership ability, intellectual and academic achievements, and commitment to public service over the course of their careers. For questions about the fellowship application, guidelines, or eligibility requirements of the Zuckerman Fellowship, please contact the Zuckerman Fellows Program Office at 617-496-5278 or zuckermanfellows@harvard.edu.

The Harlech Scholarship, alternating year to year, is awarded to a Harvard student for one academic year of study at New College, Oxford or to a graduate of New College, Oxford for one academic year of study at Harvard. Harvard College seniors and Harvard graduate students enrolled in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences are eligible to apply for consideration. The scholarship awarded to the Harvard student consists of an assured place at New College, Oxford (for which no separate application for admission is required), payment of tuition and required fees at New College, a stipend for living expenses, and round-trip airfare from Boston to London. The Harlech Scholarship is not renewable. Harvard applicants must be citizens of the U.S. Only unmarried applicants are considered. Harvard College seniors and Harvard graduate students apply for consideration directly through CGS.