Applicants must submit the online application and all required admission materials no later than the stated deadline to be considered for admission. Only applications which fulfill all of the requirements of the call in due time will be taken into account.
Every School, Center or Department at Harvard University has its own regulations for visiting appointments. In order to be accepted as an RCC visitor, you will need to demonstrate any of the appointments (Visiting Fellow, Visiting Scholar, Visiting Researcher, or similar categories) granted by Harvard University.
Every year RCC offers a number of Research Fellowships and Graduate Scholarships at Harvard University for eligible scholars and students.
To apply, please be sure you read the latest call of Research Grantsand Graduate Scholarships for the procedures. Then, you will have to fill out the online application forms and upload all your required documents and information before the deadline.
You are eligible to apply for one of the RCC Research Fellowships if you are a full-time faculty at one of our Partner Universities and have been admitted at a Harvard School, Department or Center in order to carry out a research project.
You are eligible to apply for one of the RCC Graduate Scholarships if you are a Graduate (licenciado/a, ingeniero/a, arquitecto/a, graduado/a, master) who enrolls in one of the Graduate Programs at Harvard University. Preference is given to students who have attended one of the RCC Partner Universities.
The Scholarships are awarded for one academic year, but recipients may apply for renewal.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System, academic test format only) test scores for all sections are required of all applicants whose native language is not English or whose entire undergraduate/bachelor's degree program was not conducted in English. Applicants who transferred from a non-English speak institute to an English speaking institute must still submit a TOEFL or IELTS test. An advanced degree (for example, master's or PhD) from a U.S. institution or institution where English is the language of instruction does not Read more about Do I need to have an English Certificate?