Rotary International Peace Fellowships offer up to 100 individuals from around the world fully funded academic fellowships to pursue a Certificate Program or Masters Degree program related to peace and conflict resolution and prevention at one of the participating peace centers.
|Level: Postgraduate||Institution(s): Participating schools|
|Location: USA, uk, Australia, Asia||Field(s): Peace and conflict resolution and prevention|
|Target: All||Deadline(s): Not specified, usually May|
In the USA, the schools are Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other participating schools are:
- England: University of Bradford,
- Australia: University of Queensland,
- Sweden: Uppsala University,
- Japan: International Christian University,
- Thailand: Chulalongkorn University (certificate program)
To be considered for the award, candidates must:
- be endorsed by their local Rotary club/District
- be proficient in English or in a second language
- have excellent leadership skills
Master’s degree applicants: minimum three years of related full-time work or volunteer experience, bachelor’s degree
How to Apply for the Rotary International Peace Fellowships
Applicants must inform their local Rotary district of their intention to apply for a peace fellowship, and request an interview. District endorsement is required to complete the application process. Your local Rotary club can help you connect with your district. The deadline for candidates to submit applications is usually in May.
Please visit the official website to access more application information.