MA in Dispute Resolution Scholarship with 30% Club


Rachel Hussey, Chair 30% Club with Padraig Hourigan, President Independent College Dublin

Rachel Hussey, Chair 30% Club with Padraig Hourigan, President Independent College Dublin

Independent College Dublin is delighted to offer one full academic scholarship for our Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution to one outstanding female candidate. Independent College Dublin is a specialist business and law related college in the heart of Dublin City with almost 1,000 graduates from across the world and almost 1,000 current learners across undergraduate and postgraduate QQI approved programmes, combined with our professional diplomas.

The scholarship in association with 30% Club aims to promote greater participation of females in senior executive roles and the MA in Dispute Resolution offers a unique breadth of experience to open opportunities at professional and executive level across a wide range of sectors. This and several other executive education scholarships are offered on their site.
New partnership with 30% Club

At the conclusion of the programme, learners should be able to:
-Assess the societal, psychological, theoretical and legal principles that underpin the different forms of dispute resolution.
-Evaluate how different forms of dispute resolution operate.
-Manage different dispute resolution processes to effectively bring conflict situations to a conclusion in a consensual manner.
-Synthesise a range of conceptual approaches to dispute resolution theory and practice.
-Integrate a range of perspectives on current concerns and issues in the field of dispute resolution.
-Design and present solutions to inter-personal conflict situations.
-Compile research to an advanced level through a range of research projects and a major dissertation with ethical considerations.
-Demonstrate key communication and active listening skills and become critically self-aware.

Applying for the Scholarship
To be considered for this scholarship please send an application letter outlining:
– Why this course interests you? Max 250 words.
– Why you feel you should be considered for this scholarship? Max 1000 words.
– Please provide a Curriculum Vitae of no more than 3 pages along with the application letter.
– All applicants will need to meet minimum requirements, which are set out here
– Applications should be sent to scholarships@independentcolleges.ie.
– Closing date is Friday 26th June 2020.