Harvard Kennedy School is delighted to invite applications for the McCloy Academic Scholarship Program. This scholarship is open to German or international students who will be completing a two-year master’s program for future management at Harvard Kennedy School. The scholarship will cover of the related expenses to the program. The closing date of application is November 1, 2017.
The McCloy Academic Scholarship Program is funded by Harvard University, McCloy Scholarship Foundation, Founder of the German Science Fund, German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy as administrator of the ERP fund and the Haniel Foundation. This program is full – tuition scholarship which is open to studens from all over the world.
– Admission to the Studienstiftung
– Monthly full scholarship of US $ 1,900, – (21 months)
– One-off entry fee of US $ 500, –
– Travel cost of US $ 1,000, –
– Complete transfer of the study fees
Level and Area of Studies
Master degree in all disciplines.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Open to students of all disciplines
- Academic excellence in a purposeful graduate degree, substantial (international) work experience, communication skills and interest in practice-oriented questions
- At the date of the application date 1 November, the last university degree (including a doctorate) may not be longer than five years. The date of the final certificate applies
- Master, Diploma or Staatsexamen – at the time of departure with at least “good” (with lawyers “fully satisfactory”) completed, if possible first professional experience. For Bachelor graduates, the Bachelor degree must be at least well completed by the end of the year of the application.
- Prior funding by the Foundation is not necessary
Candidates without German citizenship can apply if they have obtained their university entrance qualification in Germany or at a German foreign school (“Bildungsinländer”)
There is no nationality restriction.
Please download and complete the application form at the link below.
November 1, 2017.