Harvard University Faculty Grants for Short-Term Funded Visits
In order to accomplish the endeavors of RCC at Harvard’s mission, the following program provides funding opportunities for short-term stays at Harvard University for faculty pursuing to establish collaboration with Harvard faculty as well as maintaining and developing already-established collaborations. RCC, during the past 30 years, has developed programs of long-term stays that can take place from one to various academic years. It also carries out a variety of activities related to the knowledge triangle vertexes. The aim of this particular call is to facilitate the implementation of these long-term stays, the maintenance of the collaborations that have been developed during these long-term stays, and the development of events that may have a major academic impact in the various fields of knowledge.
In order to strengthen the presence of individuals with a track record of achievements in both the academic and scientific fields at Harvard, RCC offers travel grants for short-term funded visits at Harvard University for purposes. The program aims at reinforcing faculty mobility and academic collaboration with Harvard University faculty, Departments, Centers and Schools by means of building academic collaboration that can lead to future visiting research fellowships at Harvard. The objective being pursued is also to set-up and follow-up of Study Groups, joint projects and PhD theses that are co-directed by faculty from Harvard University and RCC member universities, as well as the preparation of joint applications for competitive research grants either in the United States or in Europe.
Candidates must be current and active full time faculty at one of RCC’s member universities and provide acknowledgement of support from the Harvard University faculty, Department, Center or School for the intended short visit.
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) test scores are required from all individuals that wish to apply for any of our RCC programs when such requirement is included in the call. Applicants are required to have a minimum score of 100 on the Internet-Based TOEFL and to submit the results to the RCC on or before the stated deadline in the...
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.
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.