Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowships 2025 USA (Fully Funded)

  • Fully Funded
  • Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Fellowship
  • International Students
  • USA
  • 05/15/2024
Expired in
05/15/2024
Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowships 2025 USA (Fully Funded)Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowships 2025 USA (Fully Funded)

Description for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowships 2025 USA (Fully Funded) is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Fellowship level program(s) in the field of taught at Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . The deadline of the scholarship is expired at 15 May 2024.

The Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center merges the strengths of two prestigious universities – Duke and UNC Chapel Hill – to offer Fellows an unparalleled educational experience. Managed by Duke's Center for International Development and UNC Global, this unique partnership gives Fellows access to top faculty, courses, resources, and technology from both institutions. It's like attending two world-class universities for the price of one!

Duke University:

Rotary Peace Fellows at Duke delve into international development policy at the Sanford School of Public Policy. The Master's program is specifically designed for professionals like you, who aspire to dedicate their careers to making a positive impact through policy and public service in developing nations.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill:

A top-ranked research university, UNC offers a wealth of academic choices for Fellows. Explore disciplines like global public health, global studies, or dive deeper into professional fields like education, media & journalism, or social work. The possibilities are endless!

Become a Catalyst for Peace

The Rotary Peace Fellowship program empowers individuals like you – those dedicated to building peace and fostering development – to pursue a master's degree. These highly competitive fellowships provide the opportunity to study at the esteemed Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center. Through rigorous coursework, practical experience, and mentorship, the program equips you with the skills and knowledge to become a powerful force for peace and conflict resolution in your community and around the world.

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Degree Level for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowships 2025 USA (Fully Funded) is available to undertake Fellowship level programs at Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Available Subjects for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.

    Benefits for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

    The Rotary Peace Fellowship takes care of you every step of the way during the 21-month program. Here's what your fellowship covers:

    • Full Tuition and Fees: Focus on your studies without worrying about financial burdens. The fellowship covers all your tuition and university fees.
    • Monthly Living Stipend: A monthly stipend ensures you have ample funds for housing and meals throughout the program.
    • Summer Internship Support: Gain valuable practical experience with a fully funded summer internship, including a stipend to cover your expenses.
    • Academic Conference Funding: Expand your knowledge and network by attending relevant academic conferences with funding provided by the fellowship.
    • Travel Expenses: The fellowship covers your travel costs to and from your home country and your study destination, both at the beginning and end of the program.

    Eligible Nationalities for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

    This fellowship is open to international students of all nationalities.

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    Eligibility Criteria for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

    Who Can Apply to the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship?

    This fellowship is for passionate individuals dedicated to peacebuilding! Here's what you'll need:

    • A Strong Peace Advocate: Show your commitment through professional work, academic achievements, and community service that promotes international understanding and peace.
    • Proven Leadership Skills: Be a natural leader who inspires and motivates others.
    • Academic Excellence: Hold a bachelor's degree with a strong GPA (minimum 3.0 on a 4.0 scale).
    • Relevant Work Experience: Have at least 3 years of relevant full-time work experience (paid or unpaid), ideally more. There's also a 3-year gap requirement since your most recent degree (undergrad or grad) and the fellowship start date. Students currently enrolled cannot apply.
    • Second Language Proficiency (Preferred): Knowing another language is a plus!
    • Standardized Tests (May Be Waived): The TOEFL or IELTS exams might be required, but both Duke and UNC offer waivers depending on your chosen program. We can help you navigate this! Note: Duke's MIDP program doesn't require the GRE, and several programs at UNC have waived the GRE requirement (e.g., Geography, MEITE, Global Studies, Social Work, Public Health). Check program websites or contact us for details.

    Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship welcomes applications from everyone, including those with disabilities!

    Application Procedure for Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Fellowship:

    The Rotary Peace Fellowships are offered on a world-competitive basis. Each Rotary district may nominate candidates for competition in the worldwide selection process. Up to 130 fellowships for master’s level studies are offered annually at one of five Rotary Peace Centers. Fellows can only be assigned to a center outside of their home country. All Rotary districts are encouraged to recruit qualified candidates in their area to apply for the fellowship.

    At the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center, Rotary Peace Fellows are supported for the 21-month duration of the academic program. The fellowship includes funding for tuition and other university fees, a monthly stipend for room and board, a contingency fund, funding for conferences and research, summer internship support, and transportation between the fellow’s home and study destination at the start and end of the fellowship period.

    The Rotary Peace Fellowship application for programs beginning in the 2025-26 is now OPEN. Applications are due by May 15, 2024.
    Click here to go directly to the application.
    Click here to learn more about each of the Rotary Peace Centers.

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