The Harvard Arab Alumni Association Scholarship Fund simply called The HAAA Scholarship Fund is for Arab students at Harvard.
This bursary opportunity was founded in 2010 with the main goal of increasing the number of Arab students at Harvard. As it stands, the number of Arabian students to study at the Harvard University is exceptionally low.
Records indicate that in 2013, only 118 students from Arab countries were studying at the Harvard across all its schools and degree programs. This figure is representing less than 2% of the 4,000 international students at the Harvard.
At the back of this, some Arabian past students have decided to join forces together with the primary aim of raising funds to heighten the visibility of the Arab world at Harvard.
HAAA is hence working hand in hand with the Harvard University to fulfill this good initiative.
The HAAA Scholarship Fund has the objective of raising $10Million to support students from the Arab countries who are in financial need and are offered admission to any of Harvard’s Schools — that is, College, Law School, Business School, Kennedy School.
|Level of Study
|Country of Study
|United States of America
|According to the program selected by recipient (full time degree program)
HAAA Scholarship Coverage
The HAAA Scholarship is fully-funded. Meaning, depending on the course the recipient is undertaking, the fees involved would be sorted out. The amount given hence vary from once person to another. This is for Arab countries given in the eligible countries list.
Eligibility Criteria for The Harvard Arab Alumni Association Scholarship Fund
Take note of the following instructions if you are interested in benefiting from The HAAA Scholarship:
Fund recipients will be selected exclusively by the Harvard Committee on General Scholarship based on the
following criteria established by the Harvard Arab Alumni Association:
- The interested student must have been accepted by Harvard University to a full-time degree program at any of Harvard University’s Schools (e.g. College, Business School, Kennedy School, Law School).
- The student must be a resident or nation of an Arab country.
- The student must demonstrate that he or she has a financial need, as determined by the Harvard University’s scholarship criteria.
- Preference will be given to students that have obtained a prior degree (e.g high school or college) from an educational institution in an Arab country.
Eligible countries for the Harvard Arab Alumni Association Scholarship Fund
Below is list of the countries that are eligible for the Harvard Arab Alumni Association Scholarship Fund:
Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
How to apply for the Harvard Arab Alumni Association Scholarship
Follow these instructions carefully if you want to apply for the Harvard Arab Alumni Association.
- Note that you must first of all gain admission to any of the Harvard schools before you can be considered for the HAAA Scholarship. So if you haven’t applied to any of their schools yet, there’s no need applying for the scholarship.
- Candidates may not apply directly to Harvard Committee on Scholarships for this support, as they must be nominated for consideration by the Harvard school in which they plan to enroll. Students should make their eligibility known to their financial aid office, which will be part of your financial aid application to the school.
- So once you qualify, you will be given the HAAA scholarship.
To know more about the HAAA Scholarship, kindly visit their official website below: