Liverpool Hope University’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies is pleased to offer up to two fee waivers (full tuition fee scholarships) for applicants to the MA Peace Studies starting September 2014.
We are looking for enthusiastic applicants, from both the UK and overseas, who are willing to make a contribution to the Tutu Centre.
Contribution to a wider community
Interest in the Tutu Centre
Desire to engage with the Tutu Centre
Any other relevant professional experience.
Applications must be received by Monday 3rd March 2014 and decisions will be made by the Steering Committee of the Tutu Centre. There is no need to submit a separate application for the fee waiver. However, please indicate on your application form to Liverpool Hope University whether you would also like to apply for the fee waiver. Your letter of motivation should reflect engagement with the selection criteria listed.
For further information contact Dr Stefanie Kappler, Director of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why study in Liverpool
Liverpool is a city like no other, friendly, vibrant and multicultural, plus home to more than 50,000 students. Attracting millions of visitors every year, and a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, means there is always something new and exciting to see and take part in, whether cultural, sporting or social.
Why choose Liverpool Hope University
At Liverpool Hope students are educated within a global context, and our University is committed to producing graduates who will really make a difference.
The University is campus based and has nearly 7,000 students, including over 500 international students. We take pride in our academic excellence, and the sense of community and collegiality we passionately uphold.
We also offer a generous range of International Scholarships that are awarded based on merit and can reduce your tuition fees from £1,000 – £5,500.
“These scholarships not only reflect Hope’s ambition to support enthusiastic students, but also create the opportunity to engage with the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies. Through your involvement in the Tutu Centre it enables you to take Peace Studies beyond the classroom,” Dr Stefanie Kappler, Director of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies.
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