The Max Planck-Harvard Research Center for the Archaeoscience of the Ancient MediterraneanÂ is offering 5-year fully-funded PhD fellowships for study and research on the science of the human past. International applicants are eligible to apply for these fellowships.
The aim of the fellowships is to fully finance international students to study in the USA.
Course Level:Â Fellowships are available to pursue PhD program.
Available Subject:Â Fellowships are awarded for study and research on the science of the human past.
PhD degrees have been or will be awarded through Harvard University, notably in the following departments:
- The Archaeology Program within the Anthropology Department
- Human Evolutionary Biology
- Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
- Additional Departments Forthcoming
Scholarship Benefits:Â This is a fully funded fellowship.
Number of Scholarships:Â MHAAM is expecting to offer up to three 5-year fully-funded PhD fellowships for study and research on the science of the human past.
The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
- Candidates for the FellowshipÂ must apply for admission to one of these Harvard University PhD Programs to be considered eligibleÂ for this full funding opportunity through the Max Planck-Harvard collaboration.
- GSAS welcomes applications for admission from individuals who have or will have by the time of matriculationÂ a BA, BS, or equivalent undergraduate degree (for prospective international students, a three- or four-year undergraduate degree from an institution of recognized standing) and actively seeks applicants from groups historicallyÂ underrepresented in graduate schools. All degree candidates are admitted for full-time study beginning in the fall term.
- GSAS enables PhD students to coordinate their studies for an additional advanced degree. If you are planning a career in biomedical research and academic medicine and would like to earn an MD and a Ph.D., visit theÂ Harvard-MIT MD/PhD programÂ for more information. TheÂ JD/PhD. The programÂ enables students to study for a JD at Harvard Law School and a PhD in economics, government, history, and health policy departments of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
- If you already hold a PhD or its equivalent or are an advanced doctoral candidate at another institution, you may apply to a PhD program only if it is in an unrelated field of study; however, preference for admissions and financial aid will be given to those who have not already had an opportunity to study for a doctoral degree at Harvard or elsewhere.Â You may also want to consider pursuing non-degree study through ourÂ Special Student or Visiting FellowÂ programs.
- Eligible Harvard College students with advanced standing may apply in the fall of their junior year to earn an AM or SM degree during their final year of undergraduate study. Interested students must contact theÂ Office of Undergraduate EducationÂ for eligibility details before applying.
Eligible Nationalities:Â International applicants are eligible to apply for these fellowships.
Method of Application :Â ApplicantsÂ mustÂ specify their interest in the MHAAM Fellowship Program at the top of the application, andÂ must additionallyÂ send a copy of the application toÂ sohpchair-at-fas.harvard.edu, or via post.
A complete application consists of:
- Online application form and fee payment ($105)
- Transcripts uploaded with the application
- Letters of recommendation
- Statement of purpose
- GRE (not required by applicants to the Department of Astronomy program)
- Demonstration of English proficiency, where required
- Writing sample, where required
- GSAS may request additional academic documents, as needed.
Scholarship Aplication Deadline:
December 15, 2017, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Archaeology Program within Anthropology Department
December 15, 2017, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â History
December 1, 2017, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Human Evolutionary Biology (HEB)
December 1, 2017, Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB)