How to Apply

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Applications for the 2018-2019 ICU Rotary Peace Fellowship Program are now being accepted!
Deadline for candidates to submit applications to their Rotary District is 31 May, 2017. You may need take several steps to complete the application and it will take some time. Please check the application website for necessary information.

 

Rotary Peace Fellowship

Rotary Peace Fellowship is fully-funded academic fellowship to provide the opportunity to master advanced levels of study in fields related to peace and conflict resolution to young leaders and professionals working in the relevant fields. There are six Rotary Peace Centers (5 for MA degree and 1 for professional certificate) at renowned universities in the world and applicants are to choose one institution to join.  ICU Rotary Peace Center is one of the centers established and started offering its program when the Fellowship program started.

At ICU, duration of the program is 22 months and Peace Fellows will pursue the Master’s degree in Peace Studies or other related fields through the program.  Fellowship stipend covers the university tuition and facilities fees and also includes living allowance, contingency funds, and conference/research funds.

How to Apply

Interested applicants must apply for this fellowship through their local Rotary District not directly ICU. Applicants must contact a local Rotary District (or Rotary Club) to determine the deadlines of application. For details about this and other important information including eligibility, application process, and required documents, please see the Rotary International’s Peace Fellowship Application website.

Ideal Peace Fellow Candidate for ICU

Aside from the Peace Fellowship’s application eligibility, the ideal candidate for ICU would be a university graduate who hold at least a Bachelor’s degree with:

  • excellent academic record
  • adequate English proficiency (79 for TOEFL iBT, 550 for TOEFL PBT, 6.5 for IELTS expected)
  • relevant work experience
  • an ability to think critically about peace and conflict studies
  • a clear research topic he/she would like to explore in the master’s program
  • strong commitment to the global, regional and national peacebuilding
  • international experience in living in different cultures / languages

Please see Curriculum for more information about our program.