Candidates will typically have at least 6 years of work experience in areas related to peacebuilding, enabling them to complete a Masters award within one year through blended learning.
The main mode of course delivery is off-campus via online access to a dedicated team of tutors, discussions with other course participants, and electronic information resources.
The programme includes two three-day intensive residential workshops to be held in Coventry and Istanbul/London.
The scholarships are discretionary for tuition fees up to a maximum of £7,000.
Priority will be given to candidates from low to middle income economies working for local or national organizations.