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Rotary Peace Fellowship 2018-19

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open31-May-2017

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AwardTuition fees, accommodation, transportation, other expense
EligibilityGraduates, min 3 years of work exp.
Scholarship provider contact details

Rotary International, Thapar House, 2nd Floor, Central Wing, 124 Janpath, New Delhi 110001, India, Phone: 01142250101, Fax: 01142250191, Email:

What is Rotary Peace Fellowship 2018-19?

Rotary Peace Fellowship 2018-19 organized by Rotary Foundation every year offers two Scholarships: A Master’s Degree Program & a Professional Development Certificate Program.  

Every year 100 professionals are selected to receive fellowships to study at one of the Rotary Peace Centers.  In total 100 fellowships, 50 is for post graduation courses and 50 for certificate studies will cover tuition fees, accommodation, travel and all other expenses. Post graduation degree program is for 15 to 24 months and professional development certificate program is for experienced professionals is for 3 months. 

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

Eligibility Requirements


• Minimum three years of combined paid or unpaid full-time relevant work experience
• Proficiency in English (required TOEFL or IELTS scores for non-native English speakers); and recommended second-language proficiency
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent • Excellent leadership skills
• A strong commitment to international understanding and peace demonstrated through professional and academic achievements and personal and community service activities NOTE: Applicants may not attend a center in their home country or country of permanent residence,


• Minimum five years of relevant work experience with full-time employment in a mid-level to upper-level position
• Proficiency in English
• Strong academic background
• Excellent leadership skills
• A strong commitment to international understanding and peace demonstrated through professional and academic achievements and personal and community service activities

How can you apply ?

The application can be done online only. Following are the steps to be followed while filling the form:

Step 1: Read all the details before applying.

Step 2: Register yourself to fill the form.

Step 3: Write your email id, password, your name and click register, you can also register with your facebook account.

Faqs ?

Q. Do I need to be accepted to the university at my preferred Rotary Peace Center before fellows are selected?
No. Do not apply to any Rotary Peace Center university partner until Rotary notifies you that you’ve been selected. Once you’ve been selected, a Rotary Peace Centers specialist will contact you and provide information for the next step.

Q. If I’m selected as a fellow, how much time will I have to apply to my assigned university?
You should apply as soon as you are notified that you’ve been selected. Application deadlines differ from university to university, so you should contact the admissions office of your assigned university for application procedures and deadlines.

Q. What qualifies as relevant work experience?
Relevant experience varies depending on your area of expertise and focus. It could be directly related to peacebuilding or conflict resolution. It can also be work in other areas such as resource and environmental issues, education and literacy, women’s rights, journalism, public health, and disease prevention among others. International experience, working with a nonprofit or multilateral institution, working in a developing country, working with youth, or volunteer work are also considered relevant experience. Examples of work experience that is not relevant include retail sales, restaurant work, and administrative work for a business not related to peace, development, or community building.

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