Deadline: 15 December 2014Open to: candidates of all nationalitiesScholarship: tuition, stipend for housing and living expenses, support for internship
Eligibility Admission to the Kroc Institute’s master’s program is highly selective. Successful candidates have outstanding academic credentials as well as work experience (paid or volunteer) in areas related to peace and justice. Applications are welcome from the candidates of all nationalities.
Scholarship The scholarship covers the full cost of two years of graduate tuition. Master’s students also receive a stipend for housing and living expenses, and support for the 6-month internship, including travel to and from a Kroc Institute field site in Africa, Asia, Jerusalem, Latin America or the United States. Master’s students also may apply for professional development funding from the Kroc Institute to support travel and/or other expenses related to participation in a conference or other academic or professional event.
Application Admission to the Kroc Institute's master's program is highly selective. Successful candidates have outstanding academic credentials as well as work experience (paid or volunteer) in areas related to peace and justice. We welcome applications from men and women of all nationalities and diverse religious and philosophical traditions. All application materials must be submitted through the Notre Dame Graduate School Application by December 15.Acceptances will normally be sent out by April 1. When a decision is ready, the Graduate School will send you an email with instructions to log back into your online application to view the decision letter.