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Kokkalis fellowships 2008 in Public Policy and Administration

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

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

The Kokkalis Program strives to support individuals committed to invigorating the public sector in Southeastern and East-Central Europe by providing fellowships for study at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Eligible to apply for a 2008 Kokkalis Fellowship are natives of Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey who are applying for one of the following degree programs: 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 with academic and/or professional backgrounds in one of the following fields are highly encouraged to apply: public policy and/or administration, the non-profit sector, law, economics, social sciences, or related fields. All applicants should demonstrate a strong commitment to public service and the region of Southeast Europe.

Candidates must complete both the online Kennedy School application for admission and Kokkalis Fellowship application. For further details on the application process, prospective applicants should visit

Information on applying for the Kokkalis Fellowship can also be obtained at the following locations:

The Fulbright Commission
+90 312 428 4824

Athens: The Kokkalis Foundation +30 210 610 5451

Belgrade: U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +381 11 361 9344

Bucharest: The Fulbright Commission +40 21 230 7719

Budapest: The Fulbright Commission +36 1 462 8040

Chisinau: U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +373 22 408 300

Istanbul: The Fulbright Commission +90 212 244 1105

Ljubljana U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +386 1 2005500

Podgorica U.S. Consulate +381 81 225 417

Sarajevo: U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +387 33 445 700

Skopje: U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +389 2 31 16 180

Sofia: The Fulbright Commission +359 2 981 8567

Tirana: U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +355 4 247 285

Zagreb: U.S. Embassy, Public Affairs Office +385 1 661 2200

* The Deadline for submission of the Kokkalis Fellowship application is 4 January 2008.

* Deadlines for admission to KSG vary according to the degree program. Applicants should consult the following website for details:

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