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The workshop is open to anyone who has some experience and a demonstrable interest in the field of peace and conflict, ideally with special reference to young people. Experience can be academic, work-based or voluntary.
Participants do not require any advanced academic prerequisites beyond proficiency in English and a broad overview of current issues in peace and conflict. The most important skill is demonstrated practice and understanding. All of the documentation you supply will be taken into account but the greatest weight will be given to your experience, reasons for applying and suggestions for how you will implement the learning.
You can complete your online application here [Please do not use for 2019 as presently there is no GPW planned!], or if you’d prefer, you can download and complete the application, and then simply send it back to us.
All applications will be considered by a selection committee and successful applicants will be informed. Please send any enquiries about the workshop to Professor Alpaslan Özerdem by e-mail at ctpsr.GPW@coventry.ac.uk
All participants will be expected to pay a registration fee of *£133 (*€150). This will cover shared accommodation and meal expenses at the University.
To be able to make the GPW more accessible to bigger audiences, selection committee waived and provided participation fee reduction for 40 participants instead of the travel bursaries.
* Fees subject to change
Coventry University Scholarships for International Experience
If you are a student at Coventry University then you can apply for a Centre for Global Engagement (CGE) grant towards the costs of the trip.
All undergraduate, master’s and PhD students are able to apply, the only criteria is that you are students at Coventry University (includes London Campus and CUC) and haven’t already received financial support for an international trip in the same academic year.
In order to receive the funding you must apply before you leave for the project. To apply, students must register online and complete the International Experience Individual project application Form attaching the following documents; passport, travel evidence, travel insurance and evidence they are attending the workshop.
Please follow this link to apply for the CGE funding. The link will also guide you on completing the form.
For further questions about applying for CGE funding please contact CGE International Experience team at firstname.lastname@example.org