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Curriculum

Rotary Peace Fellows enrol in one of the Department's masters programs:

All MA programmes are designed to be flexible, covering a variety of subjects from the Arms Trade and Arms Control, to Fragile States and Natural Resource Governance, to Gender, Conflict and Development.

The programme consists of the following components:

  • September to May: coursework component
  • June to August: Applied Field Experience (June to August)
  • September to December: dissertation

Applied Field Experience

Fellows put classroom lessons into practice through an applied field experience, when they work with a variety of governmental and nongovernmental organizations worldwide. For example, Bradford Fellows have worked on placements with the following organisations, among many others:

  • United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations, Training Section, New York
  • United Nations, Department of Political Affairs, Asia-Pacific Branch/Iraq Team, New York
  • UNICEF, New York
  • Sesame Street Workshop, New York
  • The Southern African Center for Constructive Resolution of Disputes (SACCORD), Lusaka Zambia
  • European Center for Minority Issues, Fensburg Germany
  • European Center for Conflict Resolution, Utrecht Netherlands
  • International Alert, Peacebuilding Issues program, London United Kingdom
  • Maruhan Corporation, Phnom Penh Cambodia

Candidates should normally hold a good first degree in an appropriate subject, at a level equivalent to that of a UK Degree at Upper Second Honours level. In addition to academic qualifications, relevant experience will be of value.

Candidates

Candidates should normally hold a good first degree in an appropriate subject, at a level equivalent to that of a UK Degree at Upper Second Honours level. In addition to academic qualifications, relevant experience will be of value.