The Graduate Studies in International Affairs (GSIA) program in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, in partnership with the International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO) and Bjorknes College, provides one scholarship annually for full-time study in the Master of International Affairs specializing in Peace and Conflict Studies degree program.
Eligibility Criteria /Scholarship Guidelines
Applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Master of International Affairs specializing in Peace and Conflict Studies. Applicants for the Master of International Affairs specializing in Peace and Conflict Studies should normally have obtained at least Second Class Honors, Division A, or the equivalent, in their bachelor degree. The degree generally should be in any discipline of the social sciences or the humanities. In a few exceptional circumstances, degrees in other disciplines may be considered. In cases where applicants have not undertaken an Honors degree, equivalence to a 2A Honors degree may be met by:
• A very good four-year bachelor degree, or graduate diploma; or
• A very good three-year bachelor degree and substantial relevant work experience showcasing a capacity for analysis and research.