Finance Your Education

Outside Sources of Funding for International Students

Highlights

Fundación México en Harvard

Provides scholarships and loans to citizens or permanent residents of Mexico who are admitted for graduate study at Harvard. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Recipients of support from the Fundación are required to return to Mexico upon completion of their Harvard programs or after a period of practical training abroad. For further information, please visit their website

Fundação Estudar

Merit-based scholarship opportunity for Brazilian students with leadership and entrepreneurial profiles. For further information, please visit their website

Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship

Scholarship opportunity for Brazilian students. For further information, please visit the Harvard Committee on General Scholarships website.

Additional Sources

The funding information for international students listed below is organized by geographic region, except for the fellowship and scholarship opportunities listed in the "All Countries" list which are open to applicants of any citizenship.  Please feel free to contact the Financial Aid Office with any questions you may have.

You may also vist the Harvard Committee on General Scholarships website for additional sources of funds for international students.

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