- Maru-a-Pula Summer Program
- Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
- Study Abroad
- Student Groups
- African Language Program
- Post-Graduate Opportunities
Harvard funding sources for summer study abroad programs in Africa.
Harvard students are encouraged to drop-in at OCS (Office of Career Services at 54 Dunster Street) to discuss funding opportunities, or check the OCS website. Also check the Harvard Funding Sources Database.
|Boren Scholarships funded by the NSEP (National Security Education Program)||Scholarships to American citizens to study in world regions critical to US interests, including Angola, Egypt, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Sierra Leone & Zimbabwe||US Citizens Undergraduate||varies; up to $8,000 for summer||Office of International Education|
|Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship||Summer study of African languages.||Freshman, Sophomore, Junior||up to $7,500||Committee on African Studies|
|Kenneth I. Juster Fellowships for Undergraduate Research and Travel||Grants for undergraduates in the social sciences for international research or international experience and travel||Sophomore, Junior, Senior||varies||Weatherhead Center for International Affairs|
|OCS Summer Study Abroad||Funding for summer study abroad, including language study||Freshman, Sophomore, Junior||average $3,000||OCS Summer International Experience Office|
|Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program||Funds for non-traditional study abroad destinations, and students traditionally under-represented in study abroad||US Citizens, Permanent Residents Undergraduate||up to $5,000||Office of International Education|
|Harvard Summer School Financial Aid||The Financial Aid Office offers Harvard undergraduates who are receiving term-time need-based aid the opportunity to borrow up to $10,000 in a Harvard Loan to help with summer school costs.||Enrolled Harvard College students||up to $10,000||Harvard College Financial Aid Office|