15 December 2018.
Application for the 2019-2020 academic year are now open for PhD in peace studies
The Kroc Institute, a leading center for interdisciplinary peace research and teaching, offers six doctoral degrees. Students choose one of these distinct, yet related, programs.
- The Kroc Institute welcomes applications from students of high academic ability who seek a doctoral degree in anthropology and peace studies, history and peace studies, political science and peace studies, psychology and peace studies, sociology and peace studies, or theology and peace studies.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- PhD in Anthropology & Peace Studies.
- PhD in History & Peace Studies.
- PhD in Political Science & Peace Studies.
- PhD in Psychology & Peace Studies.
- PhD in Sociology & Peace Studies.
- PhD in Theology & Peace Studies.
For more Information about Majors here.
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
- Preferred applicants show high academic ability and demonstrated long-term commitment to building peace and global justice.
- Applicants must submit GRE scores.
- Applicants must submit TOEFL scores or IELTS score, if English is not your first language.
- A master’s degree is not required, but it can strengthen your application.
- Applicant must submit three recommendation letter.
- Ph.D. students normally receive either a fellowship or assistant-ship that provides full tuition, plus a stipend for living expenses for five years, contingent upon satisfactory progress in the program. Living-expense stipends for the 2018-19 academic year are $23,000.
- The following materials are required to apply to the Ph.D. program:
– University of Notre Dame Graduate School application.
– Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV).
– Statement of intent.
– Writing sample.
– 3 Letter of recommendation.
– Letter of verification of English Proficiency (for non-native speakers of English only).
– TOEFL or IELTS ( for non-native speaker of English only).
– Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
– Application fee ($75).
– For more Information here.
- Create an account on the website here.
- Fill all information in online application.
- submitted electronically all required material by December 15 as part of the Graduate School’s online application.
- Once you have submitted your online application, you will receive an initial confirmation email listing the materials received. After the initial notice, you will need to log back into your online application to check the status of recommendations received, etc.
- Acceptances will normally be sent out by April 15. When a decision is ready, the Graduate School will send you and email with instructions to log back into your online application to view the decision letter.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Ahmed Kamal Madkor/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” AI_Shimaa Abdalla / Egypt ”
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