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Admissions & Aid
HGSE offers a wide range of fellowship, scholarship, and grant opportunities to help make our programs more accessible to students from a variety of backgrounds. In addition to providing tuition support many also include co-curricular programming that allows for additional community building, experiential learning, and collaboration grounded in HGSE’s mission to make the broadest impact possible by putting powerful ideas and evidence-based research into practice.
*Unless otherwise specified all funding below is applied to billed tuition.
For exceptional Ed.M. students.
For teachers and administrators in Boston and Cambridge public schools.
For qualified students in the Teaching and Teacher Leadership Program.
For top Ed.M. students with strong leadership experience and potential.
For graduates of Harvard/Radcliffe College who demonstrate significant commitment to public service.
For exceptional Ed.M. students with a demonstrated commitment to improving urban education.
For talented Ed.M. students invested in early childhood education.
For outstanding students with a background in business, law, or medicine.
For qualified Ed.M. financial aid applicants.
For admitted Ed.L.D. students.
For full-time residential Ed.M. students that meet various preference criteria.