John H. Coatsworth Latin American History Fellowship
The John H. Coatsworth Latin American History Fellowship was established to honor the legacy of John H. Coatsworth, the founding Director of the David Rockefeller Center and the former Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs at Harvard University. This merit fellowship is open to doctoral students whose research focuses on topics related to Latin American history, with preference for, but not limited to, those in the History Department. The fellowship will provide a stipend toward living expenses and can be used to cover costs on campus or in the field.
Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund - Argentina
The Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund for Argentina will support Argentinean students studying at the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in the Engineering, Applied, Physical and Life Sciences; the Harvard School of Public Health, the John F. Kennedy School of Government, or the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of merit and financial need. It is the donor's wish that recipients have plans to return to Argentina and utilize their education to enable them to contribute to Argentina's social, economic, and scientific progress, and priority consideration will be given to those candidates. The fellowships are awarded for one academic year. Recipients may apply for renewal for a second year. Candidates must apply to and be accepted by their school of choice at the University independent of this Fellowship application. Admission to the University does not guarantee a Fellowship award.
Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowship - Argentina
Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship - Brazil
Lemann Fellowships make it possible for Brazilian students to undertake graduate studies at Harvard University, primarily in the fields of education, public health, and government.
Fondo Colombia/Harvard-Los Andes Fund - Colombia
Scholarships for Colombian students support graduate students at Harvard University who are citizens of Colombia. Two funds make these scholarships possible, one for all Colombian students (Fondo Colombia-Harvard Fund) and one for students and faculty from Universidad de los Andes (Harvard-Los Andes Fund). Candidates are evaluated on the basis of merit and financial need and must be deemed eligible for financial aid by the Harvard schools they plan to attend. Candidates must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. Candidates must apply to and be accepted to an academic program at the university independently from this fellowship application. Admission to the University does not guarantee a fellowship award.
Recipients are expected to return to Colombia to contribute to the country following the completion of their degree studies.
Fundación México en Harvard Fund - Mexico
Fundación México en Harvard provides scholarships and loans to citizens 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 loans from the Fundación are required to return to Mexico upon completion of their Harvard programs. For further information and to apply for consideration, prospective Harvard students should contact:
Patricia Villarreal, Executive Director
Fundación México en Harvard, A.C.
Monte Pelvoux No. 220-PH
Col. Lomas de Chapultepec