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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Closing date is Friday 26th June 2020.