Harvard University Scholarship for Undergraduate, Master’s & Ph.D

Harvard University Scholarship for Undergraduate, Master’s & Ph.D Programs

Currently, Harvard University is offering numerous admission scholarships aimed at international students across the globe for a full-time undergraduate study program slated for the academic year.

There are over 1,000 Undergraduate, Master’s & Ph.D. Degree admission scholarships that Harvard University, along with its faculties, campuses, and colleges, awards each year.

Eligible high school students, 1st-degree students, Masters & Ph.D. Degree (including international candidates) are automatically considered for a variety of admission scholarships when they apply to the University.

Scholarship Description

1. Scholarship Sponsor(s): Harvard University

2. Scholarships to be taken at: Harvard University, USA

3. Scholarship Type: Entrance Award/Tuition Award

4. Scholarship level: Undergraduate, Master’s & Ph.D Degree

5. Slots: Over 1,000 scholarships to be awarded

6. Scholarship Worth: Please see scholarship benefits

7. Subject Eligibility: All undergraduate study programmes

8. Country/Candidate Eligibility: International students

Application Deadline: Varies by programme

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for Harvard University Academy Scholarship, applicants must satisfy the requirements below:

1. Applicants must be International students

2. Applicants must have applied or applying to Harvard University

3. Applicants must be fluent in English Language

4. Applicants should check and meet the university’s admission requirements at the admission requirements page.

5. The scholarship awards and cut-offs will vary by division, faculty and college.

How to Apply for Harvard University Scholarship

To apply for Harvard University Academy Scholarship, applicants should follow the guidelines below:

The completed application will include:

1. Cover letter which succinctly states the applicant’s academic field, country or region of specialization, and proposed research topic

2. Curriculum vitae (CV) or resumé; including list of publications

3. Research proposal (2500 word maximum); including intellectual objectives and planned methodological and disciplinary work

4. A copy of your Undergraduate, Master’s & Ph.D program transcript

5. Three letters of recommendation (uploaded through the online application)

All parts of the application, including the three letters of recommendation, are submitted online as pdf documents. The online application is accessed through the homepage of The Harvard Academy’s website. To access the application, click on the APPLY ONLINE button.

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