Now accepting applications for the Peace Scholar Fellowship for 2024–25. Additional fellowships are supported by this program through a partnership with the Minerva Research Initiative. Currently, the program gives out up to 18 fellowships annually, and the funding helps with both the research and writing phases of dissertation preparation.
Applications from those who belong to historically underrepresented groups are actively encouraged, especially in the fields of diplomacy and global policymaking as well as international relations, peace and conflict studies, security studies, and other related academic fields.
USIP invites proposals from Ph.D. candidates who have high-quality, policy-relevant research that will advance knowledge of conflict management, peacebuilding, and other pertinent security-related subjects. Applications that are directly related to the Minerva Research Initiative’s research priorities and/or USIP Issue Areas are particularly preferred by USIP.
The following areas of suggested study will receive special consideration:
worldwide jolts and fragility
The advantages of the American strategy for peacebuilding
Up to 18 Peace Scholars may receive funding from USIP for a non-residential, 10-month program. Stipends of up to $20,000 are given to Peace Scholars in three installments, paid directly to the recipient. Awards for Peace Scholars cannot be postponed.
A yearly workshop must be attended in person by Peace Scholars in Fall 2024 in Washington, D.C. A copy of the Peace Scholar’s finished and committee-approved dissertation must be sent to USIP.
There are two steps to the Peace Scholar Fellowship application procedure.
Even if you have previously enrolled for another USIP competition, all applicants must have done so in order to be considered.
APPLICATION:Applicants must create and submit a comprehensive application after registering. The status of submitted applications is never updated by USIP.
Registration begins on September 7, 2023, on Thursday.
Registration ends at 4:00 PM EDT on November 16, 2023.
Tuesday, November 28, 2023 at 4:00 PM EDT is the application deadline.
Reference letters must be sent by Tuesday, December 5, 2023, at 4:00 p.m.
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Participate in enriching structured learning.
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Knowledge: Fresh concepts! fewer than two years of employment following graduation.
South African nationality or employment authorization in that country.
Academic Prowess: The sum of your most recent academic grades must be at least 65%.
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In order to actualize this collaborative vision, INGRYD is partnering with LAGOS STATE EMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND. The INGRYD Scholarship Program and LSETF’s partnership is a shining example of two organizations that are devoted to defining the future of digital talent in Africa. By exploiting one another’s skills, they hope to create an ecosystem where innovation thrives, tech careers flourish, and Africa’s technological potential is fully realized. This pledge exemplifies the program’s dedication to the advancement of Africa and the development of IT talent.
In October, the program will welcome its first cohort of 1,000 participants. Three additional cohorts will then be welcomed over the course of the subsequent 12 months. The tiered approach ensures that each participant has a complete and fruitful learning experience.
Age must range between 22 to 40.
It is necessary to have a degree in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
must have at least two years’ worth of prior training-related experience.
must possess a Bachelor’s degree or above.
Must be able to complete three to six months of on-the-job training.
Internet access is necessary during the entire training.
You must be able to attend classes twice a week and be accessible for virtual sessions every day in order to earn a hybrid degree.
must have a reliable method of transportation to physical education classes.
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM CLASSES AVAILABLE:
Linux and Java Cybersecurity
Procedure for Applying Data Science
take the exam and achieve a minimum score of 65%.
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