MA in Peace & Reconciliation Studies

(Full-time or Part-time, campus-based) (Summer School + Distance Learning) by Distance Learning
The Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies (CPRS) is located within the Faculty of Business, Environment and Society, which is the largest faculty of the University. It is the overall mission of the Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies (CPRS) to be a centre for research, teaching and other activities which will contribute to the deeper understanding of processes of peace and reconciliation. We keep our courses relatively small – usually 20 to 25 people in each – which allows for a good tutor-student ratio and a supportive learning community. Our courses attract people from all over the world, and learning on the courses is highly interactive.

Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution Skills MA in Peace & Reconciliation Studies

Entry requirements
We welcome applications from students of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds. The Entry Requirements are: • good first degree, preferably A in a relevant subject like international relations or politics, or equivalent work experience at a senior level in relevant field a • ood writing and speaking G skills of English language • vidence that you have the E ommitment and financial c support to complete the programme successfully.

Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies

Queries
If you have further queries about the course content, please contact our course leaders: alan.hunter@coventry.ac.uk ( MA programmes) carol.rank@coventry.ac.uk ( PG Cert, Conflict Resolution Skills)

Deadlines for applications
Scholarships for Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution Skills: 24 April 2009 Application for Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution Skills: 29 May 2009 Scholarships for MA in Peace and Reconciliation Studies: 29 May 2009 Application for a place on the MA Peace and Reconciliation Studies: 15 July 2009 To make an application please visit our website www.coventry.ac.uk/peacestudy Click ‘Courses’ and you will find application forms for the MA and Certificate programmes. Scholarship application forms are on the link to ‘Scholarships’.

With your application you are required to submit the following:
• completed application form A • wo reference letters T • vidence of your English E language ability (if not nativespeaker) • ocumentary evidence of your D ualifications q • tatement on how you plan to S upport yourself financially s during the course If you decide to apply for the scholarship, please note that scholarship applications will be assessed separately. Please submit the scholarship application together with the course application.

If you have further queries about the application process or about studying at Coventry please contact: mervi.alho@coventry.ac.uk ( Administrative Manager)

We welcome applications from suitably qualified candidates.

Fees for intake Academic Year 09/10
Qualification
Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution Skills MA Top-up in January 2010 MA in Peace and Reconciliation MA in Peace and Reconciliation Part time

Course Code
BEST034

Credits
60

Duration
6 Months

Cost (EU)
£1520

Cost International
£2210

Intake Dates
June 2009

BEST035 BEST035 BEST035

120 180 180

Up to two years part-time study 1 Year Two years part-time study

£2400 £3600 £3,600

£6040 £9060 n/a

January 2010 September 2009 September 2009

www.coventry.ac.uk/peacestudy

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