Resources

DRCLAS Visiting Scholars and Fellows
Each year the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) selects a number of distinguished academics (Visiting Scholars) and professionals (Fellows) who wish spend one or two semesters at Harvard working on their own research and writing projects. For more information, click here.

CONICYT’s Scholarship Program for Chilean Students
CONICYT (The National Commission of Scientific and Technological Research of Chile) has been a major source of funding for Harvard research in Chile. In September 2011, an agreement for institutional cooperation was signed between Harvard and CONICYT. Under this agreement, CONICYT (an entity of the Chilean government) committed to granting annual scholarships to PhD students (awarding up to 15 new scholarships annually to Chilean students admitted to Harvard). Harvard in turn committed to providing supplemental funding as detailed in the provisions of CONICYT and Harvard’s contract.

The overarching purpose is to establish mechanisms of inter-institutional cooperation between Chile and Harvard, and provide a framework for CONICYT’s SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR Chilean students who have been admitted to PhD programs at Harvard University.

Other opportunities at Harvard
In addition to the DRCLAS Visiting Scholars Program, Harvard offers a myriad of opportunities to the community outside of the University. Please see below a non-comprehensive list of opportunities. 

• Niemen Fellows
• Radcliffe Fellows
• Berkman Fellows Programs
• Mark Claster Mamolen Dissertation Workshop on Afro-Latin American Studies
Advanced Leadership Initiative 

Prospective students
If you are interested in applying to an undergraduate or graduate program at Harvard University, please visit the Harvard Admissions Office website.