The Harvard Arab Alumni Association Scholarship Fund supports citizens of Arab countries, as defined by the Arab League, with a preference for students who have received their first academic degree from a school located in an Arab country. Candidates must have financial need as determined by the Harvard school in which they plan to enroll.
Candidates must have financial need as determined by the Harvard school in which they plan to enroll. Candidates may not apply directly to CGS for this support, as they must be nominated for consideration by the Harvard school in which they plan to enroll.
Fund recipients will be selected exclusively by the Harvard Committee on General Scholarship based on the following criteria established by the Harvard Arab Alumni Association:
● The student must have been accepted by Harvard University to a full-time degree program at any of Harvard University’s schools (e.g., College, Law School, Business School, Kennedy School)
● The student must be a resident or national of an Arab country
● The student must demonstrate a financial need, as determined by Harvard University’s scholarship criteria
● Preference will be given to students that have obtained a prior degree (e.g., high school or college) from an educational institution in an Arab country
Who is the Committee on General Scholarships?
What is the origin of all this funding?
Are the funds listed here all that are available at Harvard?
How do I get information about admission requirements at Harvard?