Good news! Harvard Kennedy School Dubin Masters Fellowship is currently open.Members Dubin are welcomed for master’s degree at Harvard Kennedy School who have proven strong character, academic excellence, the capability to blossom and lead in the face of hardship, and a pledge to making a transformative influence on the societies they serve.
Glenn Dubin is the Principal of Dubin & Co., a private investment company founded in New York. Mr. Dubin co-established Highbridge Capital Management LLC, an alternative asset management corporation in 1992. In 2009, Highbridge was possessed by JP Morgan Asset Management, and Mr. Dubin remained at the helm to oversee the transition – a transition considered by a lot to be an example of a model succession plan. In 2013, Mr. Dubin stepped down as Chairman and CEO of Highbridge to center on the investment activities of Dubin & Co.
Mr. Dubin is an inventor and past Board chair of the Robin Hood Foundation, a philanthropic organization in New York that uses investment ideologies to charitable giving. He is a Board associate of Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, where he and his wife Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin made the Dubin Breast Center of the Tisch Cancer Institute. Mr. Dubin is a Board associate of the Museum of Modern Art.
- First Step: Apply to Harvard Kennedy School: Application deadline is December 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. EST.
- Second Step: Apply for the Fellowship: Application deadline for the Dubin Fellowship is early February, 2020.
Eligible Countries: International
To be taken at (country): USA
Harvard Kennedy School Dubin Masters Fellowship: This fellowship is open to students entering their first year of study in any of the Harvard Kennedy School’s master’s degree programs. Both domestic and foreign scholars are qualified to apply.
Eligibility for Harvard Kennedy School Dubin Masters Fellowship
- Award conclusions will be primarily merit-based but with a contemplation of monetary need as determined by the HKS Student Financial Services.
- Two-year degree program scholars will get finance for both academic years, and support for unpaid summer internships, dependent on the successful accomplishment of year one.
- Active partaking in the cocurricular program is a prerequisite of all fellows for the period of their award.
- This opportunity is open to domestic and foreign scholars entering any of Harvard Kennedy School’s master’s degree programs.
Number of Awards: Not specified
Benefits of Harvard Kennedy School Dubin Masters Fellowship
- Dubin Fellows are granted a scholarship up to full tuition and health payments for up to two years, depending on the duration of their graduate degree program.
- Fellows are qualified for a token up to $5000 to support unpaid summer internships or professional growth.
- Successful runners will show their prospect as emerging leaders by evidencing strong character, brilliant academic credentials, a dedication to pursue a career with transformative impact on society, and the ability to thrive and lead in the face of adversity.
- Dubin Fellows will partake in a robust cocurricular program provided by the Center for Public Leadership.
Duration of Programme: 2 years
Steps to Apply for Harvard Kennedy School Dubin Masters Fellowship
First Step: Apply to Harvard Kennedy School: Application closing date is early December, 2020.
Second Step: Apply for the Fellowship: Application closing date for the Dubin Fellowship is early February, 2021.
Click here to apply for the Dubin Fellowship please visit the Student Financial Services web site.
Harvard Kennedy School Dubin Masters Fellowship Applicants must submit:
- A biographical profile, not to exceed 150 words
- A document containing written responses to two essay prompts that is related to their leadership in the face of adversity and what its important lessons and outcomes were.
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