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Mext Japanese Government Scholarship for Undergraduate Students 2024/25 (Fully Funded)

1. Requirements (*application forms are available below)
(1) Nationality: be a citizens of Cambodia
(2) Age: must be under 25 years of age (as of 1 April, at the time of application intake)
(3) Academic Background: have completed 12 years of school education or have completed courses in a school comparable to a high school (includes prospective graduates)
(4) Academic Transcript or Record Book:

Academic Transcript or Record Book for Application Intake
For those who had completed grade 12 with national examination Academic Transcript and Certificate of grade 12 national examination are required to be at least 70% of total score of grade 12
For those who had completed grade 12 without national examination due to the Covid-19 pandemic Academic Transcript is required to be at least 70% of total score of grade 12
For those who will complete 12 years of schooling (before the following year) Academic Transcript is required to be at least 70% of total score of grade 11

2. Period of study

  • 5 years (including 1-year Japanese language training)
  • * 7 years for medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and veterinary science
  • The period of scholarship to higher education is extendable upon a successful screening by MEXT

3. Fields of Study
All courses are taught in Japanese.
Social Sciences and Humanities:

  • Social Sciences and Humanities-A (SSH-A): Law, Politics, Pedagogy, Sociology, Literature, History, Japanese language and others
  • Social Sciences and Humanities-B (SSH-B): Economics and Business Administration

 Natural Sciences:

  • Natural Sciences-A (NS-A): Science, Electric and Electronic Studies, Mechanical Studies, Civil Engineering and Architecture, Chemical Studies and Other fields
  • Natural Sciences-B (NS-B): Agricultural Studies, Hygienic Studies and Biology
  • Natural Sciences-C (NS-C): Medicine and Dentistry

4. Accepting Institutions
Universities (Bachelor’s Degree)

5. Necessary documents for Application Intake

  • *Application Form
  • ID Card or Student’s Card
  • Academic Transcript or Record book of High School

※ A copy version of original documents such as Academic Transcript can be substituted and submitted for application intake. 

Applicants are required to use designated forms for the documents indicated with “*”.
Please download these forms at the following URL: 

Note: Information is subject to change.

6. Detailed information about Undergraduate Students

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Hokkaido Summer Institute​ Open for Applications 2024!

Courses offered at HSI2024 are divided into four types: the Advance Research Course and the Global Liberal Arts Course, both designed primarily for students; and the HSI extension/professional program in English and the HSI extension/professional program in Japanese, both providing recurrent education intended primarily for adults. Each course is outlined below.

To find courses, click your desired course type. You can search for courses by level (undergraduate/graduate), academic fields, pick up theme, and your interest.

Advanced Research Course

This course offers cutting-edge classes in specific areas of expertise. As lecturers include many researchers from overseas universities and other institutions, their lectures include content that can only be studied at HSI. The lecturers also include researchers in Japan at the forefront of their fields.

Global Liberal Arts Course

This course offers classes in interdisciplinary fields and those with liberal arts elements. It requires no expertise and is open to students from a wide array of academic backgrounds, such as liberal arts and the sciences.

HSI extension / professional program in English

This program offers courses for working adults to engage in re-leaning as well as the acquisition and development of expertise. The classes will be conducted in English. Those who have successfully completed the program will be issued a digital badge. Students are also eligible to attend this program, and they can earn credits.

HSI extension / professional program in Japanese

This program offers courses for working adults to engage in re-leaning as well as the acquisition and development of expertise. The classes will be conducted in Japanese. Those who have successfully completed the program will be issued a digital badge. Please note that although students are also eligible to attend this program, they cannot earn credits for the course taught in Japanese.

*For information about digital badges, click here.

◆Course formats
Courses are offered in three formats: “On-campus (no online)”, “Online”, and “Hybrid (selectable either on-campus or online)”.

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Université Paris-Saclay International Mater Degree in France Academic Year 2024-2025

Université Paris-Saclay aims to promote access for international students to its Master’s programmes, provided by its faculties, component-institutions and associated universities, and to make it easier for highly-qualified international students to join the University, especially for those wishing to develop an academic project through research up to the doctoral level.

Scholarships will be awarded for the 2024-2025 academic year. Established with the IDEX funding of the 3rd Programme Investissements d’Avenir, and based on academic achievements, these scholarships are aimed at students admitted to a Master’s programme delivered by Université Paris-Saclay and provided by one of the following insitutions: AgroParisTech, CentraleSupelec, Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay (ENS Paris-Saclay), INSTN-CEA, Institut d’Optique Graduate School (IOGS), Université d’Evry-Val-d’Essonne (UEVE), Université Paris-Saclay (UPSaclay), Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ).

These scholarships are awarded for 1 or 2 years to students enrolled in a Master’s programme at Université Paris-Saclay, depending on their admission level (M1 or M2), and subject to completion of the required number of credits to go through to the following year of study.

Application timeline:

– Candidate selection deadline by the training manager: April 30, 2024
– After being selected, deadline for applying for the scholarship: May 03, 2024
Deadline for the reception of the recommendations from the 2 referees, and closure of the call: May 07 2024
– Announcement of the results: end of June 2024

Pre-selection Process:

Admission to a Master’s programme does not automatically entitle students to a scholarship.

For more information, please see the Eligibility criteria.

Students eligible for a Paris-Saclay University IDEX scholarship will be selected by the admission panel among those students admitted to a Paris-Saclay University Master’s programme.

Only students who receive an email from Paris-Saclay University inviting them to apply for a Paris-Saclay University IDEX scholarship will be able to submit an application.

No unsolicited application is possible.

Application Procedure:

1) Selected students will automatically be sent a link by email to an online application form.
Upon reception of this email, students wishing to apply will need to complete the online application form and provide (mandatory) the names and contact details of two referees who would be willing to submit a reference for the candidate (director of studies, professor, internship coordinator…).

2) Each of the two referees named by the candidate will be sent a link by email to an online recommendation form. They will be asked to complete and submit the form prior to the closing day of the scholarship call.
The candidate will automatically be informed when each referee has submitted the form.

3) The application file for a scholarship will be considered complete when both recommendation forms have been submitted by the referees.
Please note: the candidate will not receive a message confirming that the application is complete.
It is up to the candidate to ensure both referees complete and submit the form by the deadline given in the invitation email.

Applications that are incomplete or received after the deadline will automatically be rejected.

Eligibility criteria:

Are eligible:
– Students admitted to a Paris-Saclay University Master’s programme delivered by one of the following institutions: AgroParisTech, CentraleSupelec, ENS Paris-Saclay, INSTN-CEA, IOGS, UEVE, UPSaclay, UVSQ. Among these students, only those who answer one of the following criteria are eligible to apply:
– Newly arrived international students, aged 30 and less during the course of the selection year.
– Students of foreign nationality living on the French soil for less than a year, previously or currently enrolled in a training course or internship that does not lead to certification.
– Students of foreign nationality living on the French soil for less than a year, taking language classes (type FFL).
– Students who have lived in France in the past, within the framework of a mobility programme during their studies (e.g. Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees, exchange programme…) that did not lead to certification.

Are ineligible:
– All students who have been or who are enrolled in a French higher education institution during their studies, except international students enrolled in a French higher education institution abroad.
– Students who have interrupted their studies for more than 3 consecutive years.
– Students receiving any other type of funding whose amount exceeds 650€ per month.

Together with UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency) and backed by MEnS association (Migrants dans l’Enseignement supérieur / Migrants in Higher Education), Paris-Saclay University is implementing a bonus system for refugee students or students with subsidiary protection within the framework of the IDEX  scale of scholarships.
If you are concerned by this status, please indicate it in your statement of purpose as soon as you submit your application to the master’s degree.

Programmes / Fields:

– All academic fields are eligible.
– All Master’s programmes for which Université Paris-Saclay is accredited, except for vocational training, are eligible.

Selection of laureates, evaluation criteria:

Reminder: admission to a Master’s programme does not automatically entitle students to a scholarship.

The selection of laureates is the responsibility of a jury composed of experts from the faculties, component-institutions and associated universities of Paris-Saclay University. The evaluation criteria take into account the following elements:
– Academic level,
– Personal project,
– Specifically for students admitted in an M2 programme: well-argued motivation to pursue a thesis in a laboratory of Paris-Saclay University.

Amount and payment of the scholarship:

  • The amount of the Université Paris-Saclay scholarship is 10,000€ per year. It is paid by Université Paris-Saclay for the duration of the academic year, and for a period of 10 consecutive months (September to June).
  • A maximum of 1,000€ for travel and visa expenses can also be awarded depending on the candidate’s country of origin.
  • Laureates will receive their scholarship as well as travel expenses only upon arrival in France and once they have enrolled in the programme to which they were admitted.

No advance payment can be made.

Course Attendance and academic mobility:

– Selected students must follow the programme for which their scholarship was awarded in one of the faculties, component-institutions and associated universities of Paris-Saclay University.
– The scholarship can be suspended in case of repeated absence without due justification.
– The scholarship will be suspended, without possibility for deferment, during the period of time the student attends courses in an institution outside Paris-Saclay University (in France or abroad).
– Payment of the scholarship will be continued within the frame of compulsory mobility required by some Paris-Saclay University programmes, or international university exchange programmes between Paris-Saclay University and its partners (double degree with compulsory mobility, Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees…). This compulsory mobility cannot be carried out in the student’s country or institution of origin.
– Payment of the scholarship will be suspended for any student mobility outside compulsory mobility.
– Placement years are authorized but not funded.


– Internships in research laboratories must be done in one of the Paris-Saclay University research laboratories. Outside this framework, the scholarship will be suspended throughout the period of internship with no possibility for deferment.
– Internships in companies must be carried out in France.
– The scholarship will be suspended if internship wages exceed 700€/month.


All applicants to the scholarship programme will be informed by email of the jury’s decision.

Upon receiving the confirmation email, students will have 8 days to accept or refuse the scholarship. If students fail to respond within this timeframe, they will be deemed as having refused the scholarship.

Paris-Saclay University reserves the right to refuse or cancel the scholarship awarded if the information provided by the candidate proves to be false.



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KAIST College of Business Scholarship in South Korea

KAIST College of Business selectively offers full or partial scholarship to outstanding international applicants. The scholarship is available for candidates with excellent academic or professional credentials. The scholarship amount and the number of recipients vary each year and the conditions of the scholarship are set by the KAIST Scholarship Committee after reviewing the merit of the applicant. To apply for KAIST Scholarship, please visit https://admission.kaist.ac.kr/intl-graduate

Programs Scholarship Benefits Others
KAIST MBA Slots – Up to 5 international students (full or partial scholarships)Full tuition for 2 yearsLiving stipend of 500,000 KRW/month (awarded to selected students) Individuals with more than 2 years of work experience preferred
Once selected as a KAIST MBA Scholarship recipient, the student must earn GPA above 3.3 (on a 4.3 scale) in order to maintain KAIST scholarship status.
Finance MBA Amount and the number of recipients vary each year and it may include following benefits:Tuition: Full or partialLiving stipend of 500,000 KRW/month (awarded to selected students)

Korean Government Scholarship Program (KGSP)

The Korean Government Scholarship Program is designed to provide higher education in Korea for international students, with the aim of promoting international exchange in education, as well as mutual friendship amongst the participating countries. Applicants are able to apply through KAIST or through Korean Embassy in respective countries. For detailed information about KGSP, please visit https://admission.kaist.ac.kr/intl-graduate

Scholarship Programs KAIST MBA
Finance MBA
Scholarship Period 1 year of Korean language + 2 years of Master’s course
Scholarship Amounts Tuitions: Graduate program and language training (full coverage)Others: Airfare, monthly allowance, settlement fee etc.

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17-19 April 2024 || Tokyo, Japan
Deadline: 10 March 2024

We bring to you, the Japan International Innovation Summit 2024 which is an initiative to impact the world by bringing world leaders and innovators together as the World Innovative Leaders Awards.

Japan International Innovation Summit 2024 will take place in Shibuya Convention Centre , Tokyo Japan.
Our mission with JIIS is to mobilize youth preparing #youth2030. We, the young generation, hold a pivotal role in steering our world through the challenges that lie ahead.

Qualification Criteria
1. Youth aged 15-40
2. Open-minded, highly motivated and passionate
3. Students and young professionals are strongly encouraged to join
4. Committed to realizing the dream of global innovation

1. Awarded as the World Innovative Awards
2. Direct engagement with global leaders
3. Connect with kindred spirits – socially active and talented youth
4. Share the impact of your social endeavours
5. Enriching sessions in education and leadership development
6. Insightful diplomatic panel discussions
7. Inspirational keynote addresses
8. Honors and certificates
9. Collaborative academic offerings with esteemed universities
10. Cultural immersions and Tokyo exploration


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Let’s co-create a harmonious world!”

The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP)

The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) graduate degree program at Duke University could be your next step. The MIDP degree is tailored specifically to mid-career professionals who are already working on issues of sustainable development, social welfare and policy, economic development, and good governance.

We combine a rigorous core curriculum and nine optional areas of focus ranging from applied economics to peace and conflict resolution to innovation and entrepreneurship. The flexibility of the program allows you to take advantage of both the small class sizes and all the resources of a prestigious world-ranked university. Our expert faculty bring diverse research, practice, and teaching backgrounds into the classroom. But you won’t just learn from the faculty, you will learn from each other. When you graduate, you will join a global network of alumni from more than 100 countries around the world.

MIDP fellows have the best of Duke available to them, from the program resources at Sanford School of Public Policy and the Duke Center for International Development to opportunities across campus and in the region.


  • 5+ Years Professional Experience
  • 4-Year Undergraduate Degree
  • Strong English Skills
  • Essays and Letters of Recommendation

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The Professional Fellows Program (PFP) Applications for Spring 2025 are now Open!

The Professional Fellows Program (PFP) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and is administered by American Councils for International Education.

The Professional Fellows Program for Europe and Eurasia is a two-way, global exchange program designed to promote mutual understanding, enhance leadership and professional skills, as well as build lasting, sustainable partnerships between mid-level emerging leaders from foreign countries and the United States. PFP participants are placed in intensive 5-6 week fellowships in non-profit organizations, private sector businesses, and government offices across the United States for an individually tailored professional development experience.

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How to Write Academic CV for Scholarship (10 Examples) – Scholarship Roar

When applying for a scholarship, your CV (Curriculum Vitae or Resume) often works as the first evaluation filter in which you seeks to comply with the basic requirements of the call, that your experience is aligned with the program to which you want to apply and that you are a candidate with academic, professional and personal potential.

Academic CV for scholarship should be short and specific. It is recommended to use Times New Roman font and bullets, bold and capital letters to show relevant information to the reader. The information must be in chronological order. Don’t fall a prey to clichés rather portray something unique about yourself.

The role of academic CV is to capture the attention of the scholarship provider so that it continues with the Motivation Letter, which aims to finish convincing him that your candidacy is the most indicated above all others. An ill-planned academic CV may rope in scholarship denial.

This makes the CV one of the most important documents in the evaluation process. We want to tell you some tips based on our experience of winning scholarships and successfully advising other people in their application processes.

Reflect and Brainstorm your Academic CV

Before starting to write your resume, you must make an assessment of yourself and determine the elements of your professional, academic and personal experience which you will place on paper.

Initially you should gather as much information as possible to have a broader view of what you have to offer, and then you should choose which ones to show and how to do it. Remember that the scholarship provider has the final word, so research about him and the profile he seeks . Based on this, select and highlight the most relevant skills and experiences in your Curriculum Vitae (CV).

You can start the research by reading the description of the scholarship and its requirements very well. You can also check the profiles of other fellows studying on that scholarship. Many times the scholarship providers publish articles or institutional videos in which other scholars share their experience and that is your opportunity to analyze their profile.

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When you do your research identify key words and write them down in a list, so you know how to address your CV (resume). For example, you will know if you should focus more on the academic, professional or personal skills and experiences. It can also help you for example, to know if you should show more as a researcher, leader, creative or socially aware.

How to Organize Academic CV for Scholarship?

All CVs must have three parts: contact information, education and professional experience. However, I recommend that you add other sections that make it easier for the reader to identify relevant characteristics such as: Certificates and acknowledgments, Volunteering and other experiences, Software Skills and Languages.


At the top of the page or in the header you must show your full name and your contact information such as address, phone and email. Avoid placing words such as “CV”, “Curriculum Vitae” or “Resume” which do not make it look professional.

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Normally it goes first because it is what will allow you to show that you meet the basic entry requirements. For example, if you are applying to a PhD , you have already completed a Master’s degree; or if you apply to a master’s degree, you have already completed your undergraduate degree.

Write only the title obtained, the institution, the year of graduation, along with the city and country where you studied. Add special recognition or your qualifications, if they were outstanding.

Work Experience:

Do not limit yourself to describing the tasks that you carried out, but include your achievements and measurable results. With this you are demonstrating to the reader that you leave a trace where you work and that you are aware of the impact of your work. Also write it as the first person, but avoids the use of “I”. Remember that it is about what you have done and, therefore, you are the main character of what you present.

For example, instead of writing “sales and event organization” you better write “I increased sales by 20% over the same period last year and organized events with budgets of more than 500,000 USD.” Always clearly refer to true facts.


Show the languages ​​you speak with the respective level: native, basic, intermediate or advanced. Avoid getting entangled with numerical scales that make it difficult for the reader to understand.

Personal Skills:

As you mention your technical skills, also mention your personal skills. This section is vital so that the reader can quickly recognize that you have the profile that interests him. In addition, with this you can also demonstrate self-knowledge and balance.

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Other Key Sections:

If you have written publications or have been awarded prizes or certificates that complement your formal academic training, you can organize them in a section to highlight your achievements. Also provide links (DOI numbers) to your publications if available. Similarly, if you have experience in extracurricular activities or volunteering , I recommend that you organize them in another section to quickly demonstrate your pro-activity and social awareness.

Do I have to include Professional Profile in Academic CV for Scholarship?

The professional profile is a section with which some people decide to start their CV in the form of presentation. However, it can become a repetition of what you will surely write in your motivation letter. For this reason and also because CV is about being as concise as possible, I would avoid to include it in the CV . But if you want to use it, do not write more than one paragraph or five lines of text.

Do I have to include my picture in Academic CV for Scholarship?

Regarding the photo, it depends a lot on the call, the institution and the country to which you are applying. But in general terms, I recommend you to place a professional photo in your CV which will help the reader to have an idea of ​​who is speaking. The photo should be one in which you appear with a friendly and happy gesture. Avoid forced smiles and serious gestures.

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How to write a winning CV for Scholarships?

An ill-planned academic CV may rope in scholarship denial. We have elucidated 8 ways of making your academic CV (resume) sound very effective and powerful.

  1. Short and specific: Depending on the number of applications, the reader of your CV can spend only 30 seconds to read it. That is why you should try to place all the content in maximum 2 pages.
  2. Simple format, but NOT flat. Use bullets, bold and capital letters to show relevant information to the reader. It is also recommended that you use more than one column and that you separate the sections clearly to facilitate reading. Avoid unconventional designs and the mix of colors, unless you are applying to an arts program.
  3. Be specific with the information you submit. Indicates institutions, titles and dates. The information must be in chronological order from the most recent to the oldest.
  4. Use the correct time. The activities that you are not already doing must be in the past and those that you are still doing in the present. It seems silly but it happens.
  5. Check the spelling. Whether you write in English, your spelling says a lot about how you communicate and the level of language proficiency. Since self-correcting is not always successful, ask your friends and professors to review each word and phrase.
  6. Don’t fall a prey to clichés: For example you should not write the sentences like, “If given a chance, I will prove my mettle” or “I am passionate about”. Rather portray something unique about yourself.
  7. Do not display fancy emails on your Resume: Many of us these days have an email id by the time we were at the age of 12-13. Those days of life were really funny we tried emails with such peppy, funky ids. Many of us retain those funny sounding emails like showerofpetals@gmail.com, tigerforyou@hotmail.com etc. These sound utterly unprofessional. Create an email id that simply states your name. Use that in your resume.
  8. Let your resume look consistent: Use a common font for all the points mentioned in your resume. Times New Roman size 12 looks decent. Go for this. You may have a slightly bigger font (Say Times New Roman 14) for the subtitles.

Academic CV Samples:

ScholarshipRoar.com has compiled a list of CV samples for scholarship from world top university websites. These includes sample sample CV for master scholarship and sample CV for PhD scholarship. These can also be modified for sample CV for undergraduate scholarship with slight tweaking. We hope this list will help you in writing effective and winning academic CV for scholarship.

Good News! ScholarshipRoar.com is sharing with you the best academic CV example. I hope this will help you greatly in preparing your scholarship application.

Academic CV for Scholarship

Now its your turn!

We are sure these tips and resources will certainly help you chisel a perfect academic CV for scholarship. Remember that a CV is invaluable and will make or break your chances of winning a scholarship. Spend sometime pondering over the points discussed in the article and come up with a brilliant CV.

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University for Peace Master of Arts in International Law and Diplomacy


Programme Dates Hybrid: 26 August 2024
Programme Dates Online: 8 July 2024

Programme Overview

The Master of Arts in International Law and Diplomacy (hybrid and online formats) is a graduate programme permitting students to specialize in the interface between international law and diplomacy. It will not only broaden students’ knowledge in the field of international law and its various foundational dimensions but will also equip them with the knowledge and skills to work in the field of diplomacy and related international careers.

During this programme – offered both in a Hybrid Format (asynchronous classes online and face-to-face on the UPEACE campus in Costa Rica), and an Online Format – students in this programme will analyze the different dimensions of development, including environmental, social, economic, and human dimensions, as well as the theory and practice of diplomacy in the 21st century. These include dispute settlement and conflict resolution.

In addition, students will attend skills development and coaching sessions designed to support their professional careers and employability.

Students will have an opportunity to participate in an optional field visit to Geneva (Switzerland) and/or The Hague (Netherlands), immersing themselves in the heart of diplomacy and international law.

Hybrid Programme Modules

The HYBRID Master of Arts in International Law and Diplomacy will be implemented both face-to-face in San José, Costa Rica on UPEACE’s campus, and online on UPEACE’s Virtual Learning Environment.

Course List:

  • Foundation Course (UPEACE)
  • Public International Law (UPEACE)
  • United Nations System (UPEACE)
  • International Human Rights Law (UPEACE)
  • Universal Human Rights System (UPEACE)
  • Law Related to Armed Conflict I (Ius ad Bellum) (UPEACE)
  • Law Related to Armed Conflict II (Ius in Bello) (UPEACE)
  • International Criminal Law (UPEACE)
  • Law of Treaties (UNITAR)
  • International Environmental Law (UPEACE)
  • Transitional Justice (UPEACE)
  • International Law and Diplomacy (UPEACE)
  • Regional Human Rights Systems (UPEACE)
  • World Politics (UPEACE)
  • International and Transnational Adjudication (UPEACE)
  • Globalization and Human Rights (UPEACE)
  • International Economic Law (UPEACE)
  • Human Rights Reporting, Monitoring and Evaluation (UPEACE)
  • Maritime and Territorial Dispute Settlement (UPEACE)
  • Workshop on Negotiation and Mediation Skills (UPEACE)
  • Law of International Organisations (UNITAR)
  • Rule of Law (UNITAR)
  • Independent Research Project (UPEACE)

* Optional Course

Hybrid M.A. in International Law and Diplomacy Calendar (2024-2026): click here

Online Programme Modules

The ONLINE Master of Arts in International Law and Diplomacy will be implemented online. All subjects will be hosted on UPEACE’s Virtual Learning Environment.

Course List:

  • Public International Law (UPEACE)
  • International Human Rights Law (UPEACE)
  • Foundation Course (UPEACE)
  • UN System (UPEACE)
  • Law Related to Armed Conflict I (Ius ad Bellum) (UPEACE)
  • Law Related to Armed Conflict II (Ius in Bello) (UPEACE)
  • International Criminal Law (UPEACE)
  • Law of Treaties (UNITAR)
  • International Environmental Law (UPEACE)
  • Transitional Justice (UPEACE)
  • International Law and Diplomacy (UPEACE)
  • Globalization and Human Rights (UPEACE)
  • Regional Human Rights Systems (UPEACE)
  • World Politics (UPEACE)
  • International and Transnational Adjudication (UPEACE)
  • International Economic Law (UPEACE)
  • Human Rights Reporting, Monitoring and Evaluation (UPEACE)
  • Maritime and Territorial Dispute Settlement (UPEACE)
  • Workshop on Negotiation and Mediation Skills (UPEACE)
  • Law of International Organisations (UNITAR )
  • Rule of Law (UNITAR)
  • Independent Research Project (UPEACE)

* Optional Course

Online M.A. in International Law and Diplomacy Calendar (2024-2026): click here

Field Visits

Students admitted to the programme are offered a unique opportunity to partake in an optional field visit to Geneva, Switzerland, and/or The Hague, Netherlands, immersing themselves in the heart of diplomacy and international law. 

The five-day field trip(s) cost USD 1,500 each and include exclusive experiences such as visiting various international organizations, the ICRC museum in Geneva, the ICJ in The Hague, and engaging in networking sessions with diplomats, personnel from permanent missions accredited to the UN, civil servants working in international organizations, and representatives from civil society.

Scheduled for the summer, the confirmed dates for these optional field visits will be shared with interested students by UPEACE and UNITAR well in advance. Students have the flexibility to enrol in either the Geneva or The Hague visit individually, or they can choose to participate in both field trips to maximize their learning experience.

(*) Please note that the fellowship programme does not include travel, accommodation, food, or visa expenses. Please note that students should have a valid health insurance plan in place during their stay in Switzerland and/or The Netherlands.

Required Documentation

The following documentation is required to complete your application process. Please have them ready and on hand before beginning your online application process, as they will need to be uploaded into the system.

  • English Proficiency Test Scores Report: TOEFL (PBT, CBT or IBT), IELTS, Duolingo English Test, Pearson Test of English or Cambridge English Language Assessment
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Official Undergraduate (Bachelor’s Degree) Transcripts and Degree Certificate
  • Curriculum Vitae or Resume
  • Copy of Passport (front page with photo only)
  • One passport-size photos for ID purposes

The online application requires electronic (PDF) scans of required documents. Should admission be granted, the following documents will be eventually be required in official hard copy:

  • English Proficiency Test Scores Report: TOEFL (PBT, CBT or IBT), IELTS, Duolingo English Test, Pearson Test of English or Cambridge English Language Assessment (if applicable)
  • Official Undergraduate Transcripts and Degree Certificate (and English translations if applicable)
  • Three (3) passport-size photos.

See a detailed list of all admissions requirements here: UPEACE Admission Requirements

We are not able to provide any information about the status of applicants over the phone or to third parties. Information will only be provided to the applicant using the email provided in the online application form. Please address any email inquiries to admissions@upeace.org

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University of Bristol Think Big About Law and Justice Postgraduate Scholarship in UK


Funding towards tuition fees for international postgraduate students studying law.

One scholarship of £6,500 and one scholarship of £13,000 is available, which must be used towards the cost of tuition fees for an LLM qualification.


You can apply if you:

  • have applied to start an LLM course in September 2024
  • are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes.

You do not need to receive an offer to study before submitting an international scholarship application.

How to apply

Apply using the international scholarships online application form. Find out more in our guidance on how to apply for international scholarships.


Applications close at 10 am (UK time) on Monday 29 April 2024.

Assessment process

Successful applicants will be contacted on or before Friday 24 May 2024.

Unsuccessful applicants will be notified shortly after.

Further details

If you apply for this scholarship, you are also automatically considered for the Think Big postgraduate scholarship. You do not need to submit two separate applications.

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