Rotary International World Peace Fellowship

The Rotary World Peace Fellowship supports a Rotary World Peace Scholar for a two-year master’s-level degree program at one of its Rotary Centers.

Rotary Centers for International Studies provide Fellows the chance to study in a master’s level program in conflict resolution, peace studies, international relations, and other related disciplines. Applicants should have a bachelor’s baccalaureate degree and the training and background to gain admission to a graduate program at one of the six Rotary Center University partners:
  • University of California, Berkeley;
  • Duke University;
  • University of North Carolina;
  • University of Bradford;
  • International Christian University;
  • University of Queensland;
  • Universidad Del Salvador.

The Rotary Foundation awards up to 110 Rotary World Peace Fellowships each year, including 60 master’s degree fellowships and 50 professional development certificate fellowships. Rotary World Peace Fellows are chosen from countries and cultures around the world.

The fellowship covers tuition and fees, a standard room and board stipend, transportation, contingency expense and an applied field experience. The duration of the program is two years.

The purpose of the Rotary Centers program is to advance research, teaching, publication, and knowledge of issues of peace, goodwill, causes of conflict, and world understanding

Contact:
Espen Malmberg
Email: espen.malmberg@rotary.org
Telephone: 18478663329

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