The Horn Review Scholars Program (HRSC) is an 8 week intensive training program to highschool seniors with a passion for international relations, diplomacy, political economy of developing nations, as well as quantitative research methods and analysis. The HRSC is dedicated to fostering and equipping upcoming generations of theorists, researchers, and policymakers with technical and quantitative tools, leadership skills, and technical know-how of the current international system.

Applicant requirements:

  • Applicants must be high school juniors, or a graduating seniors within the Ethiopian Educational System
  • Applicants must have an excellent academic background and good command of the English language
  • Along with a complete application, applicants must submit attested copies of their academic records, two letters of recommendation, and a two page thesis proposal no later than May 1st

Applications for HRSP 2022 will open April 1st, 2022.
To learn more about the Horn Review Scholars Program, email us at

Research Fellowships:

Horn Review annually hosts researchers from accredited academic institutions from Africa, and from around the world, with demonsted research interests or background in the Horn Region, and/or the African Continent.

Applications for the Horn Review research program will open on April 15th, 2022.

To learn more about the Horn Review Research Fellowship, applicant requirements, and academic credits email