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 Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Kenya, Liberia, Libya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zimbabwe||US Citizens Undergraduate||varies; up to $8,000 for summer||Office of International Education|
|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|
|Fund for Historical Research on Questions of Justice||Financial assistance to conduct historical research for their senior thesis on questions of justice. The thesis can be in any area or period of the world’s history. Preference given to applicants who will use the funds for research in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific Islands, Latin America and the Caribbean.||Juniors in History, History and Literature, Social Studies and other relevant concentrations||varies||Department of History|
|OCS Summer Funding||Funding available for summer study abroad (Harvard Summer School and non-Harvard Study Abroad Programs), international programs as well as independent internships and volunteer opportunities.||Freshman, Sophomore, Junior||average $3,000||Office of Career Services|
|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|