| Harvard Kennedy School |
It is a public administration and public policy school founded in 1936. Kennedy School offers both masters and doctoral degrees in the field of public policy, international developments, and public administration. Basically, it offers four master’s degree courses in public policy. Currently, it is ranked at number one position by US news in social policy.
| Harvard Graduate School of Education |
Harvard Graduate School of Education has around 876 students studying in this school and this school is associated with the Harvard Education Publishing Group and publishes the Harvard Educational Review.
| Harvard Medical School |
It was established in 1782 as a graduate medical college. This college has more than 10,000 faculty members in academic staff. It also has a strong alumni network with over more than 9000 students. It is the third oldest college of Harvard providing graduating degrees. It is also known for its innovative methods of research.
| Harvard Graduate School of Design |
This institute is known for its courses in various fields of Architecture.
- North America's oldest urban planning program was founded in this School in 1900.
- World's first landscape architecture program was established in this college.
- GSD Design Labs synthesize theoretically and applied knowledge through research.
- Fabrication Lab of GSD has both traditional tools and other technology available for model making.
- It has more than 13,000 alumni across the world.
| Harvard Division of Continuing Education |
Harvard Division of Continuing Education is a constituent of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University and the college gives students a unique opportunity to obtain knowledge from the short term courses.
| Harvard Divinity School |
Harvard Divinity School was founded in 1816 and it invites scholars and practitioners and focuses on the intellectual and historical scope of religious dialogue.
| Harvard College |
Founded in 1636, Harvard has changed dramatically over the centuries, but has always been a one stop point for the world’s most ambitious scholars and leaders.For almost as long as the College has existed, Harvard has provided financial aid to students.
This tradition began with Anne Radcliffe, Lady Mowlson of London, who in 1643 left a bequest to aid students with need admitted to Harvard College.The residential life and campuses are appreciable providing a nice environment to support and excel in.
| Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences |
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences was formed in 1847 and it has notable alumni like Danny Cohen, Danielle Feinberg, and Don Ross.
| Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences |
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences was founded in 1872 and has the maximum numbers of students enrolled in the natural sciences department that is 54%.
| Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health |
The public health graduate school of Harvard University, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health was established in 1913 and is situated in Longwood Medical Area in Boston adjoining the Harvard Medical School.
| Harvard School of Dental Medicine |
Harvard School of Dental Medicine was established in 1867 and Harvard School of Dental Medicine was rewarded a training grant from the National Institute of Dental Research in 1957.
| Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies |
This institute is known for sharing transformational ideas in the field of arts, humanities and social science. It has a annual fellowship program which supports more than 50 artists and scholars. It has a low acceptance rate of only 5 percent per year. There are more than 2500 manuscripts in the institute premises.
| Harvard Law School |
It is the oldest law school of USA which has 560 students in its every class of three year JD program. Founded in 1817, it is ranked first in the world by QS World and Shanghai Rankings. The acceptance rate of the college is very low with only 12.8% in 2017-18 cycles. It has a perfect overall assessment score of 100.0.
| Harvard Business School |
- 50% of the students at HBS are eligible for fellowships. 800–900 Need-based fellowships are disbursed annually
- 208 students are entitled as Leadership fellows with 85 organizations since 2001
- 70% of students transform their career path based on their MBA degree
- 1,754 MBA students have taken part in Summer Fellowships since 1982
- $30–$70K HBS Fellowships of HBS are entirely need-based, with the greater part of the fellowships in the $30–$70k range
- $40K Average one-year fellowship award.