Scholarship Opportunities

This page contains information on opportunities that may apply to current students. (Prospective students, please see our Admissions page.)

Harvard Chan School does not discriminate against applicants or students on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry or any other protected classification.

External Scholarship Database

The External Scholarship Database is a valuable tool that provides prospective and current students information about external funding opportunities, such as grants, scholarships, and fellowships. 

Other Opportunities:

Dolores Zohrab Liebmann Fellowship: The Liebmann Fellowships are available to support students who are currently enrolled in graduate degree programs in many fields, with an emphasis on scholarly endeavors. Applicants should have outstanding undergraduate records, demonstrated financial need, and U.S. citizenship.

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships Fellowships: To qualify, applicants must be U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, or U.S. permanent residents enrolled full-time in a graduate degree program at Harvard. Non-GSAS (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences) applicants need to inform their school’s Financial Aid Office about their intention to apply for the fellowship.

Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Summer Grants: Eligible applicants for the Summer Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS) Grants must be U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, or U.S. permanent residents.  Applicants are required to obtain Harvard transfer credit approval and must be continuing full-time students enrolled at Harvard University.

Rappaport Institute Public Policy Summer Fellowship: The Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston encourages graduate students to spend part of their careers in public service through a paid, 10-week summer internship in key state and local agencies in the Greater Boston area.

Weatherhead Center for International Affairs: The Center welcomes applications from graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in various disciplines whose research involves important international, transnational, global, and comparative national issues that may address contemporary or historical topics, including rigorous policy analysis, as well as the study of specific countries and regions outside the United States.

Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program (HSAFP) : The program was established, and is still intended, for mid-career professionals educationally disadvantaged by past laws and resource allocations in South Africa. Today, HSAFP seeks to expand its reach to institutions and organizations across South Africa in a continued effort to draw the broadest possible range of candidates for the program. The program is open to all South Africans who qualify.

Harvard University Center on the Developing Child: Our student opportunities prepare Harvard undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars to think differently, work differently, and drive innovation in research, policy, and practice to improve the well-being of vulnerable children.

Harvard University Asia Center: Generating and sharing knowledge about Asia in transnational and transregional perspective. Fostering teaching, collaboration, and innovation across and beyond cultural and disciplinary boundaries.

Community of Science Pivot Tool: To keep pace with growing and evolving research fields, our expert editors continuously update an authoritative list of keywords that are carefully matched to each funding opportunity. Enter search terms above or browse by keyword to explore the latest funding opportunities and research trends.

The Michael Von Clemm Traveling Fellowship Fund – Discontinued until further notice.