Korea Institute Undergraduate Summer Travel Grants are awarded to Harvard undergraduates in the humanities or social sciences to use in Korea for research and/or field work relating to a senior honors thesis in an area of Korean studies. Typically, the amount of the award is limited to the cost of travel in the research project.
The Korea Institute offers limited scholarships to undergraduate students who need additional financial assistance to attend the Harvard Summer School-Korea program. Students on financial aid are given priority. Awards are made in consultation with the Office of Career Services. You do NOT apply via CARAT and there is no 'official' form.
The Harvard University Institute of Politics (IOP) and the Korea Institute jointly offer a Director's Internship at the National Assembly, South Korea. The Director’s Internship Program, under the leadership of the IOP Director, arranges up to 4
The Asia-related centers at Harvard University offers grants to undergraduate and graduate student organizations for projects involving individual countries or spanning multiple countries in Asia. These grants are offered on an ongoing basis; however organizations are encouraged to apply as early as possible as funds are limited.