Scholarships

Andreas A David Scholarship

The Andreas A. David Foundation established a scholarship at The Fletcher School in 2003 with the goal of upgrading the human capital of the Greek Foreign Service so that it better meets the challenges of the 21st century. The scholarship has been offered to a mid-career-level diplomat from the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs for a one year fellowship to obtain the Master of Arts (M.A.) degree. In 2011, the David Foundation expanded the scholarship to provide fellowship opportunities for representatives from two additional Greek Ministries. In addition to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the David Foundation supports one representative from the Ministry of Defense and one representative from the Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection. The generosity of the Andreas A. David Foundation will be echoed as the promising recipients of the scholarship return to Greece to help implement new ways of thinking in their respective ministries. Since 2003, the scholarship has been awarded to 14 scholars.

The Andreas A. David Scholarship recipients: 

2003 – 2004    Ionna Efthymiadou, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2004 – 2005    Angelos Ypsilanti, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2005 – 2006    No Award offered
2006 – 2007    Dmitri Goudkov and Sujata Tuladhar 
2007 – 2008    Nicolas Sigalas, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 
2008 – 2009    Athina Makri, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2009 – 2010    Alexios Mitsopoulos, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2010 – 2011    Gina Andreadi, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2011 – 2012    Alexandros Ioannidis, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Christos Eleftheriou, Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection and Vasileios Loukovitis, Ministry of Defense
2012 – 2013    Vassilis Katakalidis, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Alexandros Kazanis, Ministry of Public Order and Citizen Protection and  Evangelia Konstantara, Ministry of Defense


National Bank of Greece Scholarship at The Fletcher School

The National Bank of Greece established a term scholarship at The Fletcher School in 2008. Preference for the scholarship is given to students from Greece who have an interest in a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy (MALD) and Master in International Business (MIB) degree. The National Bank of Greece also provides programmatic support for the Constantine G. Karamanlis Chair in Hellenic and European Studies at The Fletcher School. We are grateful for the generosity of the National Bank of Greece as the scholarship provides its recipients vast opportunities to return to Greece to implement new ways of thinking and the programmatic support provided allows for the Karamanlis Chair to organize such events as the successful international meeting in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Karamanlis Chair at The Fletcher School. Since 2008, the scholarship has been awarded to three scholars.