Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship
Frank Knox Fellowships are awarded to citizens of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom for graduate study or research at Harvard University. Interested students must apply for consideration before entering the U.S. and prior to the start of their Harvard programs. The fellowship pays tuition and health insurance fees plus a substantial living stipend, and is renewable for a second year for students in continuing degree programs. Approximately 15 new fellows are selected each year.
Knox Fellows will be connected with each other across the university in an academic and professional network.
Joseph Hodges Choate Fellowship
The Choate Memorial Fellowship is awarded each year upon the nomination of the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, England, to a British citizen coming from that university for graduate study or research at Harvard University for one academic year. This fellowship is not renewable.
The Harlech Scholarship is administered by the Harlech Scholars Trust. The Harlech Scholars Trust provides support for one student from New College, Oxford, to study at Harvard University for an academic year, or one student from Harvard University to study at Oxford University for an academic year, in alternating years.
Michael Von Clemm Fellowship
This is an exchange program between Harvard University and the University of Oxford, and funded by the Michael and Louise von Clemm Foundation. Harvard College seniors who are interested in spending an academic year at the University of Oxford following their graduation may apply for a Michael von Clemm Fellowship. Prospective applicants should contact the Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (URAF), http://uraf.harvard.edu/, at Harvard University for more information and application materials.
Students from the University of Oxford may apply for the Michael von Clemm Fellowship to spend one academic year as a Special Student at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University following their graduation from Oxford.