Fundación México en Harvard, A.C. - Bienvenidos
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Financial Support - Programs
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Specifically the Fundación supports the following programs and initiatives:

 
- All Masters and Doctoral programs at Harvard University;  
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- 57 Ph.D programs of the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, including 16 Interfaculty Programs in the Natural Sciences and Social Sciences and Humanities under the Harvard/CONACYT/Fundacion Agreement which provides full scholarships to all students from Mexico for the duration of their studies. These awards also include Dissertation Completion Fellowships;  
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Postdoctoral Fellowships: Support will be given through the existing Research Fellow Agreement.

 
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- Scholarly works at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and other Centers, Institutes and Schools of Harvard. Priority is given to the areas of education, public health, economic policy and development, and the environment.  
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The FUNDACION MEXICO EN HARVARD, A. C. provides partial funding in dollars for the following programs in the approximate amounts listed. These amounts are subject to change year by year depending upon the financial constraints of the FUNDACION.

   
Form of funding   Graduate School   Amount (US dollars)
Grant   Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (GSAS)  

Full Scholarship (Ph.D)
$20,000 (Masters)

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Grant   Harvard Graduate School of Design (HGSD)   $20,000
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Grant   Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH)   $20,000
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Grant   Harvard School of Public Health
Doctoral Programs (SD, DPH)
  Full Scholarship
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Grant   Research Fellowships   $20,000
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Grant   Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE)   $20,000
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Grant   LAW - SJD   $20,000
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Grant   Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences   $20,000
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Loan   LAW - LLM   $20,000
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Loan   Kennedy School of Government   $20,000
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Loan   Harvard Business School (HBS)   $20,000
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Grant   Antonio Madero – Visiting Scholar – David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies   $35,000
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We have just received our rating across all areas of our work for 2013.  We are proud to announce this new rating of 3.88 (A+) is the highest of all NGOs evaluated in Mexico, which today number 250. For all of us in the Fundación, we could not be more honored by this appraisal yet we remain even more committed to improving our standards and the impact of our work. 

 
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