MA Peace Studies at Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies (University of Notre Dame - Indiana, USA)

The deadline for receipt of applications is January 5 for the upcoming academic year. Applicants usually are notified of the decision of the admissions committee by April 1.

Admission to the Kroc Institute is highly selective. Successful candidates for admission have outstanding academic credentials as well as work experience in areas related to peace and justice.

Men and women of all nationalities and diverse religious and philosophical traditions are welcome to apply.

For detailed application requirements, visit the master's application page.

For more information, see frequently asked questions about the master's program.

Financial Aid
The Kroc Institute is committed to providing the necessary financial support for all students accepted to our program who do not have access to other sources of funding. Applicants are urged to apply for any potential sources of outside funding and are required to use any awards to support their participation in the Kroc program to the fullest extent possible. More than 90% of Kroc master's students receive financial support in the form of scholarships, stipends, and funded internships.

Application Form CLICK HERE

Contact the Master’s Program

Please read all the information available on this website before phoning or emailing with questions. Questions that are answered here will not receive a reply.

If you have already applied, please do not call or email to see if your materials have arrived. You can log back into your online application to check the status of your application materials. The Notre Dame Graduate School receives thousands of recommendations in the postal mail, which are then scanned and uploaded to the online application. This takes some time, so please allow a week to 10 days after the receipt of transcripts or recommendations before checking the status online.

E-mail: kroc-admissions.1@nd.edu

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