The Kennedy School is one of Harvard University’s most international schools, welcoming hundreds of students from around the globe each year.
The interactive map on our website shows the countries of citizenship of our current degree program students who hail from outside of the United States.
And while you’re browsing, be sure to read about what drives some of our international students to become public leaders and policymakers.
From giving all children a fair chance to thrive at school, to exploring the implications of Big Tech for our societies and economies, to understanding what drives economic development, our students are focused on addressing a range of urgent issues across the world.
Did you know?
- 52% / Roughly half of the Kennedy School’s current student population comes from outside the United States.
- 98 / Our current students represent 98 countries and territories, not including the United States.