Application is invited to apply for Sidney Topol Fellowship In Nonviolence Practice Master Of Arts In Conflict Resolution And Coexistence. The Sidney Topol Fellowship in Nonviolence Full-tuition Fellowship for international students at Brandeis University. This full master’s tuition fees scholarship is funded by Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
The practice pays tribute to the work of peace advocate, philanthropist, and businessman Sidney Topol, by establishing a full scholarship for the Master’s Program in Coexistence and Conflict (COEX) at the Heller School of Policy and Social Management at the University Brandeis.
After a full year of residency at Heller School, students bring their knowledge to the field, working with a conflict prevention organization. They are formed with a firm understanding of the delicate role that peacekeeping forces play in bringing together antagonistic parties and leadership experience to help communities build shared societies.
Sidney Topol Fellowship 2022
- University: Brandeis University
- Scholarship level: Masters Fellowship
- Scholarship Worth: Full tuition fees Scholarship
- Deadline: 15th April 2022
Students must fulfill the following criteria in order to apply for Sidney Topol Fellowship in Nonviolent Practice.
Applicants for the Sidney Topol Fellowship in Nonviolent Scholarship must demonstrate that their community has benefited from their personal commitment to nonviolent principles through prior volunteering or work projects.
Applicants must also commit to returning to their community in the next two years to establish nonviolent projects.
During the year they reside, Topol Fellows will be responsible for planning and coordinating the Sidney Topol Non-Violence Conference, which will bring a field leader to campus.
After the academic year in which they reside, Topol Fellows will ensure the placement of required internships in organizations that use non-violent methods to achieve sustainable peace or in organizations committed to developing such methods.
Recipients of the Sidney Topol Fellowships in non-violent practices should submit a report detailing their experiences in Heller and in the field, and share their expectations of promoting a career focused on the use of non-violent methods in conflict areas
Sidney Topol Fellowship in Nonviolent Practice covers full master’s degree tuition fees for international students. This fellowship does not cover airfare, fees, health insurance, or housing.
In addition to submitting a complete application for the Coexistence and Conflict program, scholarship applicants must submit the following materials:
A personal essay describing your previous work in nonviolence and the proposed work, and how to complete the master’s degree in coexistence and conflict will help you succeed in these efforts. A phone or in-person interview may be required.