The Religion and Conflict Transformation Scholar Award
Boston University School of Theology
Religion and Conflict Transformation Program
Tuition Scholarship Criteria
Basis of Award:
The Religion and Conflict Transformation Scholar “tuition-only” scholarship award is given to graduate students expressing an interest in Religion and Conflict Transformation, and demonstrating financial need, academic promise and potential to serve in the work of religious peace-building.
Eligibility for Awards:
Recipients must be admitted and enrolled full-time to one of the three Boston University’s School of Theology approved masters programs for the concentration: Master of Sacred Theology (STM), Master of Theological Studies (MTS), or Master of Divinity (MDiv). Recipients must demonstrate academic promise with a minimum grade point average of 3.0.
Expectations for Award Recipients:
Award recipients will be assigned a Religion and Conflict Transformation Mentor to support them during the program. Students will be expected enroll in the core course of the program during their first year of matriculation, and attend the program’s Annual Fall Retreat.
Prospective applicants should:
1.) Submit the general application to Boston University School of Theology with all supporting documents. Visit the STH Admissions page for more information.
2.) Supply a personal statement expressing their interest in Religion and Conflict Transformation.