As the world continues to face a range of complex and pressing issues, there is an increasing need for individuals who are committed to creating positive change and building peaceful societies. If you are someone who is passionate about peace and conflict resolution, the Rotary Peace Fellowship could be the perfect opportunity for you to develop your skills and make a difference in the world.
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is a fully-funded program that provides scholars with the opportunity to pursue a Master’s degree or a Professional Development Certificate in peace and conflict resolution at one of Rotary’s partner institutions around the world. The program is open to individuals from all backgrounds and nationalities, and is designed to equip scholars with the knowledge and tools they need to become effective peacebuilders and leaders in their communities.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Rotary Peace Fellowship:
Deadline: The application deadline for the 2023-2024 Rotary Peace Fellowship program is May 15, 2023.
Rotary’s partner institutions for the Peace Fellowship program include:
- Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
- International Christian University, Japan
- University of Bradford, England
- University of Queensland, Australia
- Uppsala University, Sweden
To apply for the Rotary Peace Fellowship, you must first choose your desired host institution and program (Master’s degree or Professional Development Certificate). Once you have chosen your program, you can apply online through Rotary’s application portal.
The application process includes submitting various documents and essays, as well as participating in an interview with a Rotary Peace Fellowship selection committee. More information about the application process can be found on the Rotary Peace Fellowship website.
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is a fully-funded program, which means that all costs associated with the program are covered by Rotary International. This includes tuition fees, housing and meals, round-trip transportation, and other program-related expenses.
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is open to individuals who are committed to peace and conflict resolution and meet the program’s eligibility criteria. This includes individuals who are already working in the field of peace and conflict resolution, as well as those who are looking to transition into the field.
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for the Rotary Peace Fellowship, you must meet the following criteria
- Have a strong commitment to peace and conflict resolution
- Hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent
- Have a minimum of three years of relevant work experience (for the Master’s degree program)
- Have a minimum of five years of relevant work experience (for the Professional Development Certificate program)
- Be proficient in English (the language of instruction at all partner institutions
To apply, visit the official website
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is an incredible opportunity for individuals who are passionate about building peaceful societies and making a positive impact in the world. If you meet the program’s eligibility criteria and are interested in pursuing a Master’s degree or a Professional Development Certificate in peace and conflict resolution, be sure to apply before the May 15 deadline. With Rotary’s support, you could be on your way to becoming a future leader in the field of peacebuilding.