The annual Peace Fellowship program by Rotary is back for professionals and students holding interest in international peace and conflict resolution and prevention. This provides 100 elligible individuals from across the world with fully funded academic Peace fellowships in Masters Degree Program and Professional Development Certificate Program at premier Rotary Peace Centers (USA, Japan, UK, Australia, Sweden and Thailand). These Peace centers hold reputation for training 1000 fellows over a decade presently working in 100 countries including for international organisations like UN and World Bank. They target at creating leaders who are shaped to potential catalysts for peace and conflict prevention and resolution.
- For Masters program: Minimum 3 years of full-time work or volunteering in concerned field and bachelor’s degree.
- For Certificant applicants: Minimum 5 years of full-time or volunteering alongside a striking academic performance.
- The following eligibility criteria for both holds in common:
- English proficiency and knowledge of any second language could be an add-on.
- Experience related to understanding of international peace.
- Skilled Leadership qualities.
- Exposure to global networking, training and field experience.
- This Peace Fellowship includes tuition fee, room and board, round-trip transportation, field and internship expenses.
- A wide range of career offers exist: National governments, NGO’S, Military, Law enforcements and international organisations.
HOW TO APPLY
Any aspirant qualifying the eligibilities can rank the centers in accord with their preferences.The details of course at different peace centers can be referred by the candidate. An application needs to receive rotary district’s endorsements and further filtrations are done through interviews.The process is settled by applying to the university allotted to the candidate. The applicants who survived the interview can expect their selection results in the month of November. This link takes you to the official page of rotary peace fellowship.