A unique opportunity at Harvard University for South African students!
Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program was established by Harvard University President Derek Bok in 1979. The creation of this program was inspired by the needs of South Africans being denied access to advanced education due to the apartheid system. Today this fellowship program continues to provide a ‘transformational experience’ for talented South Africans at Harvard University.
The fellowship provides for tuition payments during the full period of enrollment at Harvard. It also funds round trip airfare, from the fellow’s city of residence to Boston. A monthly stipend will be provided to fellows to cover the cost of housing and living expenses.
- Age: 30-45 years old
- All South Africans who qualify
- Priority to mid-career applicants from marginalized and underrepresented groups, and applicants from rural areas outside urban centers
The deadline for this application is April 30, 2022
To complete the application you must be registered on the HSAFP 2022 website.
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