Tuition, Financial & University Resources, and Housing
Tuition and Financial Resources:
Tuition for the DRRC Teaching Certificate Program is $7,500.
The following websites might help you find funding. These are sources of financial aid for exchange programs, fellowships, scholarships, or loans. Also listed are organizations that are interested in adult/continuing education, graduate/professional education, higher education or international conflict resolution.
Weinstein International Fellowships - These Fellowships, available from the JAMS Foundation, provide opportunities and financial assistance of up to $20,000 for qualified individuals from outside the United States to study dispute resolution processes in the U.S. in order to advance the resolution of disputes in their home countries. NOTE: The application deadline for Fellowship applications for September 2014 will be November 22, 2013.
StudyAbroad.com - A general site with many links to programs
Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program
American Association of University Women
Candian Bureau for International Education - For Canadians
Endowment of the U.S. Institute of Peace - Grant program and Peace Scholar Dissertation Fellowships
Institute of International Education, Inc. - Fulbrights and other programs
Northwestern University 's Office of Fellowships
The Rotary Foundation - Public charity
All participants in the Negotiation and Mediation Research and Teaching Certificate Program will be awarded the status of visiting scholar at Northwestern University. With this status comes access to Northwestern’s online system, email, libraries, Blackboard course Web site technologies, and use of a Northwestern University WildCard (identity card) that can be linked to a bank account.
While office space is very limited, the DRRC and Kellogg will do their best to find participants at least a carrel space with Internet access. Participants will also have access to computer labs and quiet study rooms in the Donald P. Jacobs Center, home of the Kellogg School of Management and the DRRC.
Participants will be eligible to contract for housing at the Kellogg School of Management’s graduate student apartment complex, the McManus Living/Learning Center. Go to Kellogg's Student Affairs Web site for further information and for a link to off-campus housing in McManus. For additional campus housing options visit NU's Graduate Housing link for off-campus housing at McManus and Engelhart.
Additional housing information can be found at: