Students accepted into the program receive a full scholarship,a stipend for housing and living expenses, and an outstanding graduate education.
The Kroc Institute is a leading center for peace research and teaching. The master’s degree prepares students from around the world for a wide range of careers in the public, private, and non-profit sectors.
Students in the two-year master’s program:
Graduates of the master's program hold leadership positions in government agencies, policy centers, and local, regional, and international nongovernmental organizations. Funding for Master’s Students
The Kroc Institute offers students who are accepted into the master's program a full scholarship and a stipend for housing and living expenses for two years.
The living expense:
The living expense stipend is $12,500. Graduate stipends are intended to cover costs such as housing, telephone, food, books, supplies, travel, and entertainment for students while in residence at Notre Dame and while they are pursuing internships in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, or the United States.
The Notre Dame Graduate School makes housing available to students who wish to live on campus. Off-campus rental housing also is available.
The application deadline: December 15th.
For more information and application, see: MA in International Peace Studies Scholarships
For more Scholarships for international students, see: Scholarship grant