Rotary peace fully funded scholarships has started to accept application for the different fellowship programs for all international students. Rotary peace fully funded scholarships for fellowship programmes are granted to devoted leaders from throughout the world each year to study at one of its peace centres. The Rotary Peace Centers programmes builds the ability of peace and development professionals to be successful peace catalysts through academic training, practical experience, and worldwide networking opportunities. Tuition and fees, lodging and board, round-trip transportation, and internship and field-study expenses are all covered by the scholarships. Applicants must submit applications to the Rotary Foundation by May 15th. Endorsers must submit their endorsements to the Rotary Foundation by July 1. Find full, detailed instructions in the next paragraphs of this blog.
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All countries of the world
Rotary provides fellowships for master’s degrees in peace and development studies at six of the world’s top institutions. Teaching is based on practical research, and students have different backgrounds and professional experience. The length of the programmes ranges from 15 to 24 months, including two to three months of applied field experience created by the peace fellow.
Throughout the one-year blended learning programme, experienced peace and development professionals from various backgrounds acquire practical techniques for promoting peace in their communities and around the world. Fellows do field research and create and implement a social change programme. This course is designed for working professionals. Upon completion of the programme, fellows are awarded a post-graduate diploma certificate.
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• University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
• University of Bradford, Bradford, England
• International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
• Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
• Duke University and University of North Carolina, Durham and Chapel Hill, USA
THE FELLOWSHIPS PAY FOR:
• Tuition and fees
• Room and board
• Round-trip transportation
• Applied field experience expenses
• Health insurance
Follow these steps to ensure that your application receives consideration.
1. Review the eligibility restrictions.
2. Research the curriculum and programs at each of the Rotary Peace Centers. You will be asked to rank two centers you prefer for the Master’s program if you meet the eligibility criteria for both programs. (Please note that we are accepting applications for the certificate program for the Rotary Peace Center at Makerere University in Uganda. The certificate program at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand is not accepting applications in 2023.)
3. Engage with Rotary. Use the Club Finder to locate the Rotary club nearest you. Connecting with a club is a great way to learn about Rotary’s work in your community and around the world. A club recommendation is optional, but strongly encouraged as part of your application.
4. Submit your application by 15 May. Applications require a resume, academic and/or professional recommendations, essays, transcripts from postsecondary colleges and universities attended (master’s only), English language proficiency test scores (master’s only), and social impact plan (certificate only). All materials must be in English.
5. Get endorsed. In early June, if your application meets the qualification and eligibility criteria, it will be automatically assigned to a trained Rotary endorser who is either a member of a District Rotary Peace Fellowship Subcommittee, a member of a Rotary club, or a Rotary Peace Fellow program alumnus. Your assigned endorser will reach out to you to schedule an interview during the month of June. After your interview, the Rotary endorser will submit an endorsement decision for your application by 1 July.
6. Await selection results. Email notifications will be sent in November. If you are chosen for a fellowship, you will be told which Peace Center will be the site for your studies.
7. Apply for admission (master’s only) to the university where your Peace Center is located. Being selected for the fellowship does not mean you have been admitted to the university.
Rotary Peace Fellowships may not be used for doctoral study. The following people are not eligible for the fellowship:
1. Active Rotary members, or Rotaract members who are also Rotary members.
2. Employees of a Rotary club or district, Rotary International, or other Rotary entity
3. Spouses, lineal descendants (children or grandchildren by blood or legal adoption), spouses of lineal descendants, or ancestors (parents or grandparents by blood) of any living person in these categories
4. Former Rotary members and their relatives as described above (within 36 months of their resignation)
* Rotaract club members who are not also Rotary club members are eligible to apply.
Candidates must have at least three years between the completion of their most recent academic degree program (undergraduate or graduate degree) and their intended start date for the fellowship. Candidates currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program are not eligible to apply.
Rotary Peace Fellows who have completed the certificate program, Master’s program, or a Global Grant Scholarship, must wait three years between the end date of that program and their intended start date for the fellowship.
Between July and October, the Rotary Peace Centers Committee, composed of Rotarians and university representatives, screens applications and selects the ﬁnalists based on the following criteria:
1. Commitment to peace and development
2. Leadership potential
3. Compatibility with fellowship objectives and fit with Rotary
4. Academic record and compatibility with preferred university program
5. Feasibility and impact of Social Change Initiative (certificate only)
15th May 2023