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MA in Human Rights and Conflict Management 2011-2012, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa - Italy‏

*CfA: MA in Human Rights and Conflict Management 2011-2012, Scuola Superiore
Sant'Anna, Pisa - Italy*

The MA. in Human Rights and Conflict Management (MAHRCM) is a one year
interdisciplinary post-graduate program, which focuses on the linkages
between Human Rights and Conflict Management. Along academic skills, solid
grounding of the development of related practical expertise is provided
during both, the didactic and internship period: monitoring and report
writing, project design and management etc. The MAHRCM is committed to
provide its students with valuable work experiences and employment contacts
at a world-wide level. Annual Recruitment is organized with human resource
managers of NGOs and the UN Volunteers Programme. A regular information
service regarding recruitment opportunities within International
Organisations and NGOs is also offered. Special career coaching sessions
focusing on presentation skills will be provided.

The Master program is organized in collaboration with the International
Research Laboratory on Conflict, Development & Global Politics of the Scuola
Sant'Anna and the International Training Programme for Conflict Management
(ITPCM), a post-graduate programme of the Scuola within the Masters and
Training Programmes Division. The Master program is organized under the
patronage of United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC).

The MAHRCM brings together a core teaching staff and leading specialists
from around the world. Lecturers and trainers are chosen among academics,
diplomats, international organizations officers and NGOs activists, thus
offering a wealth of both academic and field expertise.

The *MAHRCM* is a competitive programme open to a maximum of 28 candidates.
14 places out of 28 are meant for non EU candidates. Candidates must meet
the following minimum requirements:
(1) Have a three years (at least) university degree or equivalent, issued by
a university institution or equivalent. Students expecting to graduate
before 31 December 2011 are also eligible.
(2) Understand, speak and write English at least at LEVEL C1, (CEFR for
Languages, CoE).


The selection process of non-EU citizens will be held in two rounds. The
application deadline for the *first round of selection* of non-EU candidates
is set on *1st July 2011*, while the application deadline for the second
round is set on *16th September 2011.*
Interested candidates should fill in the online application form and all
required documents.*
EU candidates should send their application no later than *October 17th,

*Application form* and additional information are available at:

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*Funding opportunities*

The Master Programme offers no. 1 scholarship, covering the full tuition
fee, to be automatically awarded to the participant who receives the highest
score out of the entire pool of applicants (EU and NON EU)

Depending on financial availability, a limited number of additional
scholarships will be awarded to Citizens from Non-OECD Countries.