Deadline : May 15, 2023
Apply for the Rotary Peace Fellowships Master’s degree programs for 2023. Each year, Rotary accepts applications for the Rotary Peace Fellowships master’s degrees in peace and development studies from eligible students. This Master’s degree programme is offered at five (5) premier universities around the world. Teaching is grounded in practical research, and students have diverse backgrounds and professional experience. Programs vary in length from 15 to 24 months and include two to three months of applied field experience designed by the peace fellow.
Applicants for the program are usually academically strong, excellent students who hold a bachelor’s degree in a related field. They must also have accumulated work experience in peace and development. Ideally, you must be an early-career candidates who demonstrates a commitment to peace and conflict resolution, are able to undertake extensive reading and research, and are able to participate actively within a diverse cohort of students.
Below are the participating Universities
- University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
- The University of Bradford, Bradford, England
- International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
- Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
- Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
If selected for the programme, you will receive the following benefits
- The programme will cover the full tuition and fees for the Master’s degree programme
- You will be provided with accommodation for the whole duration of the programme
- Selected applicants will receive a Round-trip transportation from their home countries to the university the will have selected.
- Your Health Insurance for the whole duration of stay will also be covered.
- You will also receive a Applied field experience expenses coverage.
To be eligible as a Master’s degree candidates you must meet the following application conditions
- You must have achieved a bachelor’s degree at the time of application
- Candidates must prove sufficient proficiency in English as the programme if offered in English
- You must have a strong commitment to cross-cultural understanding and peace as shown through professional and academic achievements and personal or community service
- Applicants must have accumulated at least three years of full-time experience in peace or development work
- Demonstrate a strong potential for leadership and conflict resolution
- Persons with disabilities and those from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Rotary Peace Centre hosts and supports several fully-funded MA Rotary Peace Fellows from around the world each year. The Master’s programmes are hosted at five (5) universities from different countries.
Please remember that these scholarships are open to all applicants from all over the world, regardless of their nationalities or backgrounds
Interested applicants must choose the University of their choice and visit the university website for all the application information. Please note that application deadlines may vary by university
You will also be able to submit your application subject to ant other eligibility criteria set by the university
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