We are delighted that you are interested in pursuing studies at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University.

Each year, we seek to admit an outstanding group of applicants to join this remarkable, collegial community of students, faculty, and staff deeply committed to expanding the boundaries of human knowledge and understanding. Our students access hundreds of courses and scores of laboratories, libraries, institutes, and centers as they build connections with outstanding and creative peers from all over the world, who are focused on the most compelling challenges of their chosen fields of study. 

We hope that you will consider joining us in the remarkable intellectual and social experience that constitutes the pursuit of a Harvard graduate degree.

We're delighted that you are interested in pursuing an advanced degree at GSAS. Harvard has a long-standing tradition of convening the world's brightest and most dedicated scholars. Today, we carry on that tradition by actively seeking applicants from historically underrepresented communities. We...Read more
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers the master of arts (AM), master of science (SM), master of engineering (ME), and the doctor of philosophy (PhD) in 56 divisions, departments, and committees, including 17 interfaculty programs.Read more
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers a comprehensive program of financial support, including grants and fellowships from internal and external sources, traineeships, teaching fellowships, research assistantships, other academic employment opportunities, and several types of loans.Read more
The GSAS Office of Diversity and Minority Affairs, along with Harvard administrators, faculty members, and graduate students, attend a number of recruitment events around the country throughout the academic year. We hope to you see at one of our events!Read more
Teaching fellows (TFs) teach part-time under the supervision of course heads (who hold formal teaching appointments) as an integral part of their training for the PhD or, in exceptional cases, for a master’s degree. The teaching fellowship is not a formal teaching appointment: only those...Read more