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The Harvard Kennedy School generally expects students to fund their studies through a combination of personal resources and government, corporate, or scholarship support. The school provides a limited number of full and partial scholarships.
The Student Financial Services website contains important information about financing your education at the Harvard Kennedy School.
The External Resources Database provides a selected list of scholarships not affiliated with the Kennedy School; use "View All Scholarships" for the best results.
The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP), in partnership with the MPA/ID Program, awards up to eight scholarships per year to citizens of World Bank member countries eligible to borrow. These scholarships provide full tuition, a monthly living stipend, and round trip airfare. Scholarship recipients are required to return to their home country or to another developing country after they graduate. Scholarship recipients are ineligible for employment at the World Bank Group for a period of three years after graduation.
To learn more about the JJ/WBGSP partnership with the MPA/ID Program and how to apply, click here.