The Rotary Peace Centre
at the University of Bradford
The Rotary Peace Centre is based in the Division of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford and was a founding member of the Rotary Peace Centres network in 2002. The other centres are located at the University of North Carolina and Duke University USA; the University of Queensland Australia: the International Christian University, Tokyo Japan; Chulalongkorn University in Thailand; and Uppsala University in Sweden.
Selects up to 100 individuals from around the world to receive fully-funded academic fellowships at one of the above Peace Centres. Ten to twelve fellowships are awarded for study at Bradford.
- Funding is provided for fees, living and travel expenses
- Fellows are also funded for a three-month Applied Field Experience
- Coursework introduces Fellows to different approaches for understanding, preventing and resolving conflict, and to critical reflection on different practices of peace intervention.
- The fellowship concludes with a dissertation on a topic of the Fellow’s choice
Fellows are selected from around the world, based on their potential as leaders in government, business, education, media, and other professional areas.
If you would like to find out more about becoming a Peace Fellow, including details about eligibility and applications, please refer to the Rotary International Peace Fellowship page (please note, this is not part of the University of Bradford).