The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies in conjunction with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) awards fellowships to graduating seniors at Harvard interested in pursuing masters studies and research at German universities. The fellowship consists of financial assistance as well as ideational support. The financial assistance covers living expenses for the time of study or research in Germany.
Konrad Adenauer Fellowship - For Graduating Seniors
Successful applicants benefit from a broad program of ideational support and an active intellectual network. The program offers:
- Personal contact and mentoring by the referees of the Scholarship Program for Foreign Students and by the KAS liaison professors at the universities.
- An internal seminar series on political, historical, economic and social topics.
- Diverse activities of the regional scholar groups at the universities.
- Networking with former fellows and opportunity to become part of the Foundation's international network of over 13,000 alumni worldwide.
Fellowship Recipients (2017-2023)
2023 Konrad Adenauer Fellow
Julian Habermann (History, Secondary Field in Statistics, 2023)
2019 Konrad Adenauer Fellow
Casey Goggin (Joint Concentration in Government and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, 2019)
2018 Konrad Adenauer Fellow
Ilana Harris (Special Concentration, Music Cognition and Perception, 2018)
2017 Konrad Adenauer Fellow
The following graduating senior was awarded a Konrad Adenauer Fellowship during this academic year:
Eli Scharlatt Davey (History, 2017)
Questions about applying for this fellowship?