The rotary scholarship program is now open for the session 2022-2023. The Rotary peace fellowship program is now accepting the application form for the rotary Peace Scholarship Program 2022-2023. Students from the Rotary member countries are eligible to apply for this scholarship program. Students who want to pursue their Master’s degree and certificate programs are eligible to get this scholarship opportunity. This scholarship is a
the fully-funded program provided to students across the world.
Every year almost 130 scholarships are awarded by the Rotary peace fellowship program to the students of Rotary partner countries. Under this scholarship program, students can study full-time courses from top universities. This is the most prestigious scholarship provided to the students. This scholarship will cover all the expenses of the students. This scholarship program has provided almost 1,500 fellowships till now. Each year 50 scholarships are provided to the Master’s degree students and 80 scholarships are provided for certificate programs.
There is no restriction for Nationality. By getting these scholarships students can get a quality education from the top universities of the USA. No application fee is required to apply for the fellowship and scholarship. The purpose of this fellowship program is to create an environment where peace can be built and maintained by citizens from different countries. By working together students can make a change locally which can last changes globally. More details about this scholarship program are given below.
Details about Rotary Peace Scholarship Program 2022-2023
- Scholarship Countries: Thailand, Japan, USA, Uganda, UK, Australia, Sweden
- Degrees Offered: Master degree and many certificate courses
- Duration: 24 months, 3 months
- Scholarship Category: Fully-funded
- Deadline: 15 May 2022
Financial coverage Rotary Peace Scholarship Program 2022-2023
As this scholarship is a fully-funded program it will cover the following expenses of students.
- Full tuition fee waivers
- Room accommodation and board
- Round trip tickets
- All study fields expenses
List of Universities offering Rotary Peace Scholarship Program 2022-2023
For the Master’s degree program students are eligible to study in the following universities.
- Duke University and the University of North Carolina, I Durham and Chapel Hill, the USA For certificate programs, students can study in the following universities.
- Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
- University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
- Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
- University of Bradford, Bradford, England
- Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
- International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
Following are the criteria to apply for the Rotary Peace scholarship.
- Students must be proficient in English.
- Students should have a Bachelor’s degree to apply for a Master the program.
- Candidates should have a powerful commitment to cross-cultural understanding and peace as revealed through professional and academic performances and personal or community service.
- Candidates must have a leadership potential
- Students are not eligible if they are an active Rotary member, an employee of a Rotary club, Rotary International, or other Rotary entity.
- For certificate program, work experience is compulsory
- Candidates should be able to explain how their plan to promote peace aligns with Rotary’s mission.
Following documents are required to apply for the Rotary peace scholarship.
- Academic and Professional Recommendations
- Applications require a Resume
- Previous degree transcripts
- A social impact Plan is required for the certificates.
- Test scores are required for a Master’s degree.
- All entities should be in English.
The last date to apply for this scholarship is 15 May 2022.
How to apply
To apply for this scholarship program, the application process is all online. Students have to fill out the online application form and upload all the required documents. To apply for this scholarship please visit the official website of the Rotary Peace scholarship.