Harvard Kennedy School’s Enriching Opportunities For Public Policy

Did you know that the Harvard Kennedy School offers a variety of exciting international opportunities for students?

The school combines cutting-edge research, the teaching of outstanding students, and direct interaction with practitioners to provide a unique educational experience. With various research and summer opportunities, students can learn diverse, global perspectives.

For example, the Vietnam Program at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation supports one first-year Master in Public Policy, Master in Public Administration, or Master’s in public administration in International Development student for an internship at the Fulbright School of Public Policy and Management (FSPPM) in Vietnam for eight weeks during the summer.

Interns work under the auspices of FSPPM with the guidance of faculty affiliated with the Program to support the research of faculty associated with the Vietnam Program on land policy, rural poverty, environmental issues, industrial policy, infrastructure, urbanization, and other macroeconomics/trade issues affecting Vietnam.

This is just one example of the vast variety of opportunities that students can immerse themselves in at Harvard Kennedy School, enriching their higher education experience.

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