Application is now open for Peace Studies PhD Scholarship at the University Of Notre Dame. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University Of Notre Dame and Scholarship
The University of Notre Dame du Lac (/notrdem/ NOH-tr-DAYM; ND) is a private Catholic research institution located in Notre Dame, Indiana, just north of South Bend. In 1842, French priest Edward Sorin established the institution. The main campus is located in a suburban environment and spans 1,261 acres (510 hectares), including monuments such as the Golden Dome, the Word of Life painting, Notre Dame Stadium, and the Basilica. Originally intended for males, the university began allowing undergraduate female students in 1972.
Notre Dame is regarded as one of the best colleges in the country. The university is divided into seven colleges and schools. The graduate program at Notre Dame encompasses more than 50 master’s, doctoral, and professional degrees provided by the six institutions, including the Notre Dame Law School and an MD-PhD program in collaboration with the Indiana University School of Medicine. The School of Architecture is well-known for teaching New Classical Architecture and for bestowing the Driehaus Architecture Prize every year.
The Kroc Institute’s Ph.D. program prepares students to be exceptional researchers and instructors who contribute to a developing corpus of peacebuilding knowledge and practice to reduce violence and alleviate human suffering.
Peace research For research and classroom work, Ph.D. students select one of the following disciplines: anthropology, history, political science, psychology, sociology, or theology. The peace studies curriculum is blended with traditional humanities and social science fields to produce a unique framework of study for each student. Students can also take advantage of several research opportunities at the Institute and around Notre Dame.
Students graduate fully prepared and equipped for a wide range of academic, teaching, and professional vocations, including:
- Positions in interdisciplinary academia;
- Positions requiring competence in anthropology, history, political science, psychology, sociology, or religion as it relates to peace and war; and
- Intergovernmental, governmental, or nongovernmental organizations may have scholar-practitioner responsibilities.
Details about Peace Studies PhD Scholarship at the University Of Notre Dame:
Scholarship Sponsor: University Of Notre Dame, USA
Scholarship Value: Fully funded
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: PhD/Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): University Of Notre Dame, USA
All accepted students are given a significant stipend to cover the cost of living in South Bend, full-tuition scholarships, health insurance, and additional money for conference attendance and research-related expenses.
Eligibility Criteria for Peace Studies PhD Scholarship
To be eligible for admission to a graduate program at the University of Notre Dame, candidates must have earned a bachelor’s degree from an authorized university, whether domestically or abroad. Furthermore, it is expected that candidates would have relevant training or prior research experience in the joint area to which they are applying. Except for Peace Studies and Theology, where a master’s degree in theology is required, previous graduate study is not necessary. Consider the Master of Global Affairs in International Peace Studies program if you’re thinking about getting a master’s degree in peace studies.
The following items must be submitted with the graduate school application for admission from the applicant:
- Curriculum Vitae (CV);
- Unofficial transcripts from prior institutions or in-progress degrees;
- Graduate Record Exam (GRE) score – General Test required for all areas except Anthropology and Psychology (Fall 2023 cycle);
- TOEFL or IELTS score for international applicants only.
- Statement of intent;
- Writing sample;
- Names and contact information for three recommenders.
Application Process for Peace Studies PhD Scholarship
Your areas of interest and experience should be described in the statement of purpose (maximum 1,000 words), which should also include a list of the academic members you want to work with. Both the Kroc Institute Doctoral Admissions Committee and a committee or faculty representative from the joint department will review the statement. In your statement, please include both your interest in peace studies and the field of study of the partner department.
The writing sample must be original to you and should highlight your abilities in analysis, writing, and peace research. It ought to be your finest piece of academic writing. Please provide an abstract of no more than 250 words that summarizes the entire work and its thesis if you are sending a portion of a lengthier work (such as a senior or master’s thesis). English should be used in writing samples.
The Graduate School Application for Admission must be submitted electronically by all applicants. No paper documents will be considered for consideration; all necessary materials must be submitted to the application. The Ph.D. Program in Peace Studies offers a chosen group of applicants a small number of cost exemptions. Please complete this form to ask for a fee waiver.
The Submission Deadline is: December 15, 2023