Degree fellowships for HKS students from the Middle East
No application is needed for these fellowships. They are all managed by the HKS Financial Aid Office. More information here.
- The Abu Dhabi Leadership Graduate Fellowship Fund - Established by the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court to support Mason Program students who are citizens of the United Arab Emirates and are employed by the Abu Dhabi government. Recipients must commit to pursue a career in public service with the Abu Dhabi Government for a minimum of two years after completion of their degree program.
- Aida Kayali International Public Service Fellowship - Established to support students (women preferred) committed to public service in the Middle East, Africa or South America
- Bashir Al-Haffar Public Service Fellowship - Established to support students (women preferred) from the Arab League.
- The Kuwait Foundation Fellowship for Outstanding Emerging Leaders - Established by the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences to support students from Kuwait, students from other Arab countries living in Kuwait, as well as students from the Gulf and other Arab countries.
- Lamont Graduate Fellowship - Established to support students from the Middle East, India and South Asia.
- Mary and David Boies Fellowship - Established to support students from Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Palestinian Territories, and former Soviet Union countries in Central Asia who demonstrate a capacity to lead, with a vision for their countries or region, and potential to make a significant, positive difference when they return to their home country.
- The Palestine Monetary Authority Graduate Public Service Fellowship Fund - Established by the Palestine Monetary Authority to support students who are citizens of the Palestinian Territories. Preference is given to students enrolled in the Master in Public Administration-International Development program. Recipients must commit to pursue a career in public service in the Palestinian Territories for a minimum of three years after completion of their degree program study at Harvard Kennedy School.
- Princess Banderi Al-Faisal Public Service Fellowship - Established to support students from the Arab League (women preferred). As a demonstration of his/her commitment to public service, the successful applicant must be professionally employed in the public sector in their home country, broadly defined, for three years upon graduation. If the three-year commitment is not met, recipients must repay the fellowship.
- Sheikh Abdulaziz A. Al-Tuwaijiri Public Service - Established to honor Sheikh Abulaziz Al-Tuwaijri and to advance his commitment to world peace. Preference given to Middle Eastern students committed to the cause of world peace and conflict resolution.
- Sheikh Suhaim bin Hamad Al Thani Fellowship - This fellowship commemorates H.E. Sheikh Suhaim bin Hamad Al Thani, one of the founders and visionaries who shaped modern day Qatar. It supports students of the Edward S. Mason Program from Yemen, Egypt, Sudan, Palestinian Territories, Iraq, Liberia, Rwanda, Senegal, and Vietnam.
- Tamer Fellowship - Established to support students from Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco, Egypt, Yemen, Congo, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Somalia and Tanzania.
- Wexner Israel Fellowship
- Harvard Arab Alumni Scholarship
- Mona Hammami Graduate Fellowship - Established to support students of the MPA/ID Program from Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Morocco, Oman, occupied Palestinian Territories, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.