Harvard Business School Fellowship Program
Criteria: Need Based
- Student should have saved a percentage of his/her income from each of the prior three years
- Based on analysis of income and assets for the prior three years
- For married students, Spouse's income and assets, and a higher cost of living will be a factor.
- Nearly 50% of the class receives an average of approximately $23,000 per year in need-based HBS Fellowships
- A base loan package before any fellowship is awarded
- HBSFellowships will fund the financial need (as determined by MBAFinancial Aid Services) beyond the base loan package and student'scontribution.
Analysis of Financial Need
- Cash, money market, CDs, stocks, securities, mutual funds, bonds, trust funds, home equity and other investments will be used in the analysis of the student's financial need.
- Retirement assets with a value of $100,000 or less are not considered available for the MBA Program.
- Assume that 25% of retirement assets above $100,000 are available.
- Before Fellowship outside scholarships are considered.
Outside Scholarships include:
- Upto $20,000 (or $10,000 per year) over the two year MBA Program from an outside scholarship source
- Employer sponsorship and employer loans are considered as outside scholarships
1) Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Fellowships in Social Entrepreneurship
2) Zuckerman Fellows Program
3) Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowship (Argentina)
4) The Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund for Argentina
5) Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship
6) Scholarships for Colombian Students
7) Real Colegio Complutense Scholarship (Spain)
8) Applicants from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or the United Kingdom - Frank Knox Memorial Fellowships.
Other Fellowships and Funding Options
Canadian MBA students - John H. McArthur Canadian Fellowship
Funding for Women Students:
American Association of University Women
Criteria: Minority women who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents.
Funding for Minority Students:
Robert A. Toigo Foundation
Criteria: Minority MBA students interested in careers in financial services.
National Society of Hispanic MBAs/Hispanic Scholarship Foundation
Criteria: Outstanding Hispanic Students pursuing a graduate degree in management/business.
Awards:$2,500 - $5,000 and one $10,000 award.
Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship
Criteria: Outstanding U.S. & Canadian minority students preparing for careers in state & local government finance.
AICPA Scholarship for Minority Accounting Students
Criteria :Minority students with accounting backgrounds.
Download application from http://www.aicpa.org/members/div/career/mini/index.htm.
Fellowships for International Students
The British Friends of Harvard Business School
- Candidates must be British citizens.
- After interview with the Fulbright Commission, successful candidates are recommended to the British Friends for approval.
Award: Covers tuition fees for the first year of study only.
- Applicants for this scholarship can apply for admission to Harvard Business School in the October or January admission round and must be admitted to HBS before applying for a scholarship.
- Applicants earning less than £40,000 per year will be given preference, but this should not deter others from applying.
Contact: Charmian Norman-Taylor.
Eduarda Justo Foundation (Spain)
Criteria : Academically talented, highly motivated MBA students from Spain with a preference for students from Almeria, Spain.
Each scholarship covers the following:
University tuition fee
1,600€ monthly for housing, books and supplies
1,000€ (for travel expenses)
2,000€ (for initial expenses)
Criteria :Merit-based scholarship opportunity for Brazilian students with leadership and entrepreneurial profiles.
Instituto Ling Scholarship Program
Criteria :Brazilian citizens with entrepreneurial spirit and leadership skills to contribute to Brazilian economic, social and cultural development.
The Sainsbury Management Fellowship Scheme
Criteria :Fellowships for UK Citizens with an engineering background.
Harvard Business School Foundation of Germany (HBSF)
- German Citizens
- Financial need
- Personal qualification.
Award : Up to € 20.000 for a German First Year HBS student.
For further information, contact:
Stefan Eishold, President
The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Fellowship
Criteria: Nationals of the 22 member countries of the League of Arab States are eligible to apply.
Fundacion Mexico en Harvard
Criteria:Mexican citizens for graduate study at Harvard.
Funding for Veterans
Post 9/11 GI Bill
Yellow Ribbon Program
Montgomery G.I. Bill
Funding for New Americans
The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
Criteria: A New American is defined as a resident alien, a naturalized US citizen, or the child of two parents who are both naturalized citizens.
Funding for college students/recent graduates
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
Criteria: College seniors or recent graduates entering graduate programs
Students must be nominated by their undergraduate institutions.
Funding for students of public administration, finance and business administration
George A. Nielsen Public Investor Scholarship
- Student must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada.
- Students of Public Administration, Finance, Business Administration or a related field
For more information or to request an application, contact:
Government Finance Officer Association
203 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2700
Chicago, IL 60601-1210
Funding for LGBT students
The Point Foundation
Funding for students with a farmworking background
The Rising Farmworker Dreamfund
Criteria: Migrant and seasonal farmworkers and son and daughters of farmworkers
Harvard Business School Loan Program
Argentina is the second largest country in the South America. Argentina is a unique abroad destination for international students and local students. Majority of population in Argentina speaks Spanish. English is the second language in Argentina after Spanish. Argentina is one of the most fascinating and friendly country for students who want to study because of its multicultural and multi ethnic community.
It has world’s highest literacy rates and offers excellent opportunities for students because of its affordable tuition and other expenses. The higher education in Argentina is based on old Spanish higher education system. The university level is basically comprises of 4-6 years. While the postgraduate level is more research based and specialized through which you can achieve your doctorate level. The funding is mostly done by Ministry of Education for college education in Argentina and to study abroad. Argentina institutions also offer various scholarships for its students to study abroad in various institutions and universities.
This scholarship page consists of various levels scholarships like Undergraduate, Postgraduate, and Research and PhD. These scholarships are for students of Argentina to study at home and abroad.
1. Scholarship Program: Mente Argentina Academic Merit Scholarship
Employer: Mente Argentina
Level of study: Pursuing Degree
Brief Scholarship Description: Candidates who meet the scholarship criteria and program requirements will have their scholarship application and supporting documents judged by an independent selection committee. Students may apply for more than one scholarship per term; however, only one scholarship per student will be awarded per term. Winners will be notified by phone, e-mail, or mail before the start of their term. An original 400-500 word essay responding the following prompt. The benefits of studying abroad in Argentina
Scholarship Program: Postdoctoral and Short-Term Research Training Scholarships in Argentina
Employer: The Department of Human Development, Education and Culture (DHDEC)
Level of study: Postdoctoral
Brief Scholarship Description: The Department of Human Development, Education and Culture (DHDEC) presents its compliments to the Permanent Mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) and has the honor to inform about the scholarships opportunities offered by the OAS and Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), in a joint effort to promote the education in the Americas by scholarships for Postdoctoral and Short Term Training and Research Scholarships.
Scholarship Program: Erasmus Mundus Action 2 (EMA2) program,
Employer: Erasmus Mundus
Level of study: Doctorate
Brief Scholarship Description: Doctorate students belonging to Target Group 1 can apply for scholarships as exchange students. Exchange students are registered at a university (home university) and temporarily study at a partner university (host university). The exchange period can be one or more semesters. Exchange students will not normally obtain a diploma from the host institution, but this may be possible in specific cases where the home and host universities establish a Co-directed-theses agreement. All academic results will be sent to the students’ home university and will be recognized by using the following tools: the Work Plan Proposal and, if applicable, the Learning Agreement, plus the Final Report and, if applicable, the Transcript of Records. Exchange Doctorate students need the approval for mobility by both their home and host university.
Scholarship Program: Hopkins Summer Program in Latin American Studies in Argentina
Employer: Johns Hopkins University
Level of study: Training
Brief Scholarship Description: General application to participate in the Argentina Summer 2012 Program, transcript, personal statement, deposit check and copy of passport must be submitted at the same time as the scholarship application. To assess and coordinate awards, the program might need to obtain information about you from the Financial Aid Office. We will need specific permission from you in order to do so.
Scholarship Program: The Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowship
Employer: Harvard University
Level of study: Fellowship
Brief Scholarship Description: The Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowships support graduate students at Harvard University who are citizens of Argentina. The scholarships are made possible by the generosity of Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of merit and financial need. Priority is given to degree candidates in fields that will enable them to contribute to Argentina’s social, economic and scientific progress; to the formulation of public policies that strengthen Argentine democracy, or to Argentina’s academic and professional development. Fellowship recipients are expected to return to Argentina after the completion of their degrees.
Scholarship Program: The Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund for Argentina
Employer: Harvard University
Level of study: Graduate
Brief Scholarship Description: 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 Harvard Kennedy School, or the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of merit and financial need. It is the donors’ 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.
Scholarship Program: The IAPG Houston Scholarship Program
Employer: The IAPG Houston
Level of study: graduate
Brief Scholarship Description: The IAPG Houston (“IAPGH”) has set up a Scholarship Program (“the Scholarship”) for Argentine professionals planning to pursue or currently enrolled in a graduate degree program in the United States of America : in Petroleum Engineering, Geosciences (geology and geophysics), and Environmental Engineering related to the petroleum industry (the “Qualifying Degrees”).
Scholarship Program: Total’s International Scholarship Program
Employer: Total’s Education International Network
Level of study: Masters and PhD
Brief Scholarship Description: Every year, around 100 scholars are selected from among top-tier candidates at institutions of higher education and from partner national oil companies to further their education in France by enrolling in engineering, master, MBA and doctoral programs in a wide array of academic disciplines, from petroleum and engineering to economics, management, political science, law and public affairs. The selection process takes place in partner countries between January and April each year, to meet the registration requirements of universities in France.
Scholarship Program: The CDS International Scholarship Fund internship in Argentina
Level of study: Training
Brief Scholarship Description: CDS International is dedicated to providing opportunities for American students and recent graduates to obtain professional experience abroad. Interning in Spain or Argentina through CDS is a chance to build your career, enhance language skills, and enjoy an intercultural experience that will impact your outlook on life. Internship placements are customized for each applicant and last up to 3 months. American participants may apply for financial assistance through the CDS International Scholarship Fund. Participants in the program in Argentina, which is administered in cooperation with partner organization COINED,
Scholarship Program: ROTARY/UNESCO-IHE Scholarship
Level of study: Master
Brief Scholarship Description: UNESCO-IHE offers four accredited International Master of Science programmes, with a total of 21 specializations. The MSc programmes are meant for professionals that want to deepen their expertise, and in the meantime wish to gain substantial insight into the global water agenda. Studying at UNESCO-IHE means making contacts with fellow professionals from around the world.
Scholarship Program: Don Quijote Scholarship
Employer: University of Richmond
Level of study: Pursuing degree programme
Brief Scholarship Description: The Don Quijote Scholarship is merit based and may be used for full-year study abroad on a program approved by the Office of International Education in the following countries:Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraquay, Peru, Portugual, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Requirements for eligibility: 3.0 GPA in general scholarship; 3.50 in Spanish courses. Approximate scholarship amount: $4,720.00
Scholarship Program: The LEDC Latino Scholarship Fund
Employer: The LEDC
Level of study: Undergraduate
Brief Scholarship Description: The LEDC Latino Scholarship Fund was created to help students attend a public college or university or other post-secondary educational institution for undergraduate study. The nonrenewable awards will be paid to the enrolling educational institution on behalf of the student. Selection is based on leadership, participation in school and community service, academic achievement, and a personal essay.
Scholarship Program: Asia Pacific Scholarships for our future
Employer: Queensland’s Labor
Level of study: Training
Brief Scholarship Description: The student exchange program will be run and operated by accredited not for profit study abroad organisations, such as AFS Intercultural Programs Australia and WEP (World Education Program Australia). The Department of Education and Training will provide oversight, and the appointment of eligible operator organisations will be made in 2012 via a tender process. Appropriate destination countries in Asia and Latin America will be selected based on Queensland’s future economic opportunities and in consultation with the Commonwealth Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Scholarship Website: http://www.queenslandlabor.org/wp-content/uploads/Asia-Pacific-Scholarships-Policy.pdf
Scholarship Program: Visiting Scholars Program at Harvard University
Employer: The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS)
Level of study: Research
Brief Scholarship Description: Each year The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) selects a number of distinguished academics (Visiting Scholars) and professionals (Fellows) who wish spend one or two semesters at Harvard working on their own research and writing projects. The Center invites applications to its Visiting Scholars and Fellows Program for academic year.
Scholarship Website: http://www.drclas.harvard.edu/regional_office/resources/vs
Scholarship Program: Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunity
Level of study: Enrolled in a program at DTCC
Brief Scholarship Description: Be an American citizen whose first language is not Spanish; Be at least 18 years of age; Be enrolled in a program at DTCC; Have completed elementary Spanish 1 course or equivalent experience; Be willing to write a short essay on his/her experience to be published in AISL website; Be willing to share the experience gained with other students and members of the Durham Tech Community.
Scholarship Program: ASU study abroad Scholarship programs
Level of study: Enrolled at ASU
Brief Scholarship Description: All scholarship information is shared with the financial aid office, per regulations. If your study abroad scholarship affects your financial aid you will be notified before any funds are distributed. If you decide to not participate on study abroad your scholarship funds will be redistributed to other students. This redistribution is at the discretion of the study abroad office. If you decide to change trips the amount of your scholarship will not automatically transfer to pay for your new trip.
Scholarship Program: Indo-Argentine Bilateral Scientific Research Funding Programme
Employer: DST & MINCYT
Level of study: Faculty, Scientists and Academicians belonging to Universities, Deemed Universities and Research Institutes
Brief Scholarship Description: The open call for the presentation of joint research projects between Indian and Argentine groups, in the framework of Science and Technology Cooperation Programme (POC) 2009-2011, signed on 14th October, 2009 between the Department of Science and Technology of the Indian Republic and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation from the Argentine Republic, taking as a base of the General Agreement about Scientific and Technical Cooperation between Indian Government and Argentine Government in 1985.
Scholarship Program: Santander International Excellence Scholarships for Students from Ibero-American Countries, UK
Employer: Royal Holloway University of London
Level of study: Master’s
Brief Scholarship Description: 8 scholarships for £5,000 each for international students from 11 Ibero-American countries. Awards are made on the basis of outstanding academic achievement or potential. All non-native English speakers must meet the minimum English language requirements of their proposed programme of study. These scholarships are paid as a tuition fee discount and are therefore not available to applicants who are in receipt of full scholarships. Students with partial scholarships may apply. Student can hold only one International Excellence Award at any one time.
Scholarship Program: Postgraduate Santander Scholarships, University of Glasgow, UK
Employer: University of Glasgow
Level of study: Postgraduate
Brief Scholarship Description: Candidates must be citizens of the 11 countries in the Santander scheme; Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Spain and Portugal. Candidates will be selected on the basis of their academic ability and the quality of their personal statement. And £5000 tuition fee discount for one year full-time courses. Please download and complete the Santander application form 2011 then return it to the address below.
Scholarship Program: New Zealand Development Scholarships
Employer: New Zealand Aid Programme, the New Zealand Government’s overseas aid and development programme
Level of study: Postgraduate
Brief Scholarship Description: Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Government of New Zealand is providing excellent opportunities to the students of developing countries to pursue their postgraduate studies from world recognized intuitions of New Zealand through New Zealand Development Scholarships.
The Argentina is the focal point of the education in South America for students. Argentina is one of the cosmopolitan country which boost culture attractions and offers diversified range of higher education institutions in Argentina.
All the best!!!