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Fellowships for graduate studies in Public Policy and Administration

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Master's in Public Policy, Public Administration, and Public Administration/International Development

Fellowships for 2004-2005

The Kokkalis Program on Southeastern and East-Central Europe awards fellowships to enable individuals with outstanding intellectual promise from its region of focus to pursue Master's degrees at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Eligible to apply for the 2004-2005 Kokkalis Fellowship Program are natives of Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, and Turkey who are applying to one of the following degree programs at the John F. Kennedy School of Government: Master in Public Policy (MPP); Master in Public Administration (MPA2); Mid-Career Master in Public Administration (MC/MPA); Master in Public Administration in International Development (MPA/ID).

Candidates must hold an undergraduate degree recognized by their native state and an academic and/or professional background in one of the following fields: social sciences, public policy and/or administration, the non-profit sector, law, economics, business, or work experience in related fields. All applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to public service and the region of Southeastern Europe.

Candidates must complete both the Kennedy School application for admission and the Kokkalis Fellowship application and can submit all materials electronically. Prospective applicants should visit for details on the full application process.

Information on the Kokkalis Fellowship Program and paper copies of the Kennedy School application may also be obtained from:

Ankara:     The Fulbright Commission            +90 312 428 4824
Athens:           The Kokkalis Foundation       +30 210 610 5451
Belgrade:   U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +38 11 306 4771
Bucharest:  The Fulbright Commission            +40 21 230 7719
Budapest:   The Fulbright Commission            +36 1 462 8040
Chisinau:   U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +373 2 233 772 ext. 8915
Istanbul:   The Fulbright Commission            +90 212 244 1105
Podgorica   U.S. Consulate                      +381 81 225417
Sarajevo:   U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +387 33 619 592
Skopje:           Liaison Office of Greece            +389 2 130 198
Sofia:            The Fulbright Commission            +359 2 981 8567
Tirana:           Embassy of Greece             +355 423 3329
Zagreb:           U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +385 1 661 2243

- Deadline for submission of the Kokkalis Fellowship application is December 12, 2003.

- Deadlines for admission to KSG vary according to the degree program, and applicants should consult the following website for details:

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