MA Peace Studies Scholarships 2015 – Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies at Liverpool Hope University

The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies is pleased to be able to offer up to two scholarships for applicants to the MA Peace Studies. Scholarships will cover home or overseas fees and an accommodation and subsistence package and will be available for the September 2015 start.
We are looking for enthusiastic applicants who are willing to make a contribution to the Tutu Centre. Decisions will be made by the Steering Committee of the Tutu Centre.
Application deadline for the scholarships: 16 April 2015.

Selection criteria:
  • Academic merit
  • Full-time commitment to the MA Peace Studies
  • Contribution to a wider community
  • Interest in the Tutu Centre
  • Desire to engage with the Tutu Centre
  • Any other relevant professional experience
Details about the MA Peace Studies can be found athttp://www.hope.ac.uk/postgraduate/postgraduatecourses/peacestudiesma/
Website of the Tutu Centre:

There is no need to submit a separate application for the scholarship. However, please indicate on your application form to Liverpool Hope University whether you would also like to apply for scholarship. Your letter of motivation should reflect engagement with the selection criteria listed above.
Any further questions can be addressed to the Tutu Centre (tutu@hope.ac.uk) or to the Director of the Centre, Dr Stefanie Kappler (kapples@hope.ac.uk).

Application deadline for the scholarships: 16 April 2015.



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