Bursaries: MA Reconciliation and Peacebuilding
The University of Winchester, through our Winchester Centre of Religions for Reconciliation and Peace, offers up to 6 full fee bursaries for study on its Masters Degree programmes MA Reconciliation and MA Reconciliation and Peacebuilding.
Five fee bursaries (up to £11,300) are available for overseas students currently living in conflict affected regions, or post-conflict countries, to study full or part-time on the distance learning MA Reconciliation and Peacebuilding. Applicants will be assessed based on academic suitability; supporting evidence of the need for financial support; and subject to passing the standard application process.
The University of Winchester also has one full-time, full fees and partial living allowance bursary for a UK resident to study the MA Reconciliation or MA Reconciliation and Peacebuilding – total amount £10,000; £5700 fee bursary, £4,300 cash contribution to help cover student living costs.
The MA Reconciliation is delivered predominantly via distance learning, with some blended learning.
The MA Reconciliation and Peacebuilding is delivered exclusively via distance learning and therefore there is no need for the student to relocate to Winchester, UK.
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If you know of someone living in the UK, or in a conflict/post-conflict area, who is interested, please ask them to contact Programme Director, Dr Mark Owen, firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor Brian Walker MBE