At Harvard University, We seek the best students regardless of their ability to pay, we are committed to meeting 100 percent of demonstrated financial need for all four years. International students receive exactly the same financial aid as Americans. In fact, approximately 70 percent of our students receive some form of aid, and about 60 percent receive need–based scholarships and pay an average of $12,000 per year. Twenty percent of parents pay nothing. No loans required.
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
- Admission to Harvard is need-blind, meaning your financial need will not impede your chances of admission.
- Aid is based entirely on need, not merit.
Our generous financial aid program—bolstered by the Harvard Financial Aid Initiative, which seeks to increase low- and middle-income students’ awareness of Harvard’s affordability—aims to make Harvard accessible to any student who is admitted.
- 20% of our parents have total incomes less than $65,000 and are not expected to contribute.
- Families with incomes between $65,000 and $150,000 will contribute from 0-10% of their income, and those with incomes above $150,000 will be asked to pay proportionately more than 10%, based on their individual circumstances. Families at all income levels who have significant assets will continue to pay more than those in less fortunate circumstances.
COURSES COVERED IN SCHOLARSHIP
- A fully completed Admissions Application, including an interview with your Admissions Counsellor.
- A resume of achievements and recommendation letters are not required, but are strongly encouraged.
HOW TO APPLY
Apply through the link
APPLICATION DEADLINE 12th Dec 2017.