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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Admissions and Degree Programs
The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health prides itself on the diverse backgrounds of its students and on the commitment they share to making the world a healthier place. Our degree programs are designed to meet the specific needs of students with varying levels of experience and prior education, and with career goals focused on either professional practice or research and academia. There is also considerable flexibility within degree programs for students to shape the learning experience to match their own interests and aspirations.
Embarking on a graduate degree program in public health is a big decision: personally, professionally, and financially. We encourage you to check out the wealth of information on our website. Each year the Harvard Chan School distributes grant-based financial aid from School and University sources to students in the programs below. Outside funding as well as federal and private loans are also available.
Harvard Medical School - Admissions and Degree Programs
A Harvard Medical School education prepares students to excel in the rapidly changing landscape of modern medicine through a curriculum grounded in the study of leading biomedical science and clinical experience, a rich diversity of degree program choices, and a history of innovation that continues to set the standard for excellence in medical education in the United States and around the world. Harvard Medical School offers Medical Degree, Graduate, Postgraduate and Executive Education Programs.
Harvard Medical School has one of the most generous MD financial aid programs in the country. On average the HMS Financial Aid Office administers over $36.5 million in loans, employment, and scholarship funding from various federal, private, and school sources to approximately 76 percent of the HMS student body. As a result of our generous financial aid programs, HMS maintains an average graduating debt well below the national average. Students in the HMS Class of 2018 graduated with an average medical debt of $110,548, which compares favorably with the $186,407 national average at private medical schools.
Harvard Business School - Degree Programs
Harvard Business School is a demanding, fast-paced, and highly-verbal environment. We look for individuals who enjoy lively discussion and debate. Our case and field-based methods of learning depend upon the active participation of prepared students who can assess, analyze, and act upon complex information within often-ambiguous contexts. The MBA Admissions Board will review your prior academic performance, the results of the GMAT or GRE, and, if applicable, TOEFL iBT and/or IELTS, and the nature of your work experience. There is no particular previous course of study required to apply; you must, however, demonstrate the ability to master analytical and quantitative concepts.
Business school is a valuable investment in your future. HBS proudly supports that investment by offering generous need-based HBS Scholarships to help students cover the full Cost of Attendance. Every financial aid package is different. Packages may include a combination of your scholarship award, savings, and a student loan. HBS will help you meet your full financial need through a combination of these resources: HBS need-based scholarships, savings and student loans.
Harvard Graduate School of Education - Admissions and Degree Programs
The graduate school application process is about more than just "getting in." It's about finding the school and degree that will best serve you personally and professionally. Whether you are just beginning your professional career, looking to advance in your current career, changing careers altogether, or something in between, it is important to have a sense of what you hope to do after you complete your graduate program.
The HGSE Financial Aid Office is committed to partnering with you to achieve your academic goals. Financing a graduate education is an investment and a challenge, and early financial planning is essential. With our help you can make a HGSE education a reality. The Financial Aid Office offers various financial aid programs that may assist you — including grants, scholarships, work opportunities, and loans. We encourage all prospective students who apply for admission to review our tuition and student costs and also apply for financial aid. We hope to help you reach your goals as a HGSE student.
Harvard Law School - Admissions and Degree Programs
Harvard Law School provides unmatched opportunities to study law and related disciplines in a rigorous and collaborative environment. Harvard’s scope is measured in its unparalleled breadth and depth of courses and clinics, its wide array of research programs, its diverse student body drawn from across the nation and around the world, and its extensive network of distinguished alumni. More broadly, law students can tap into Harvard University’s extraordinary resources through joint degree programs, cross-registration, and a variety of social and cultural venues.
The financial aid program at Harvard Law School has two central goals: to help make a legal education accessible to every student in the JD program through need-based aid, and to preserve the broadest range of career options for graduates through the Low Income Protection Plan. Harvard Law School has a financial aid program that meets your financial needs during law school and after you graduate. HLS does not award merit or full-ride scholarships, but instead focuses on need-based aid. Experienced student financial services officers determine each student’s financial need through careful evaluation and all officers are committed to helping every student create a workable education financing plan.