The institute of Peace Studies and International Relations was established in August 2004, in response to the growing need to build intellectual capacity for conflict management and peace building in war-torn Africa
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The Master of Arts Degree in Peace Studies and International Relations is designed as an intensive two-year academic programme with an emphasis on the major subject areas of the theory and practice of international affairs and conflict resolution. The M.A. degree is awarded on completion of a 20,000 word thesis. Students have the option of taking day or evening classes. Students who cannot complete the program in two years have the option of stretching the program to four years.
The course consists of two parts:
For admission to the Master of Arts in Peace Studies and International Relations degree programme, candidates must satisfy the following requirements:
- Attained Second Class Upper Division in the BA degree. Candidates with the Second Class Lower Division can be considered if they have a proven two year work experience or post graduate Diploma in the relevant field of peace and international relations.
- Certified post-secondary education certificates and transcripts for all mentioned schools
- Completed application form
- 4 Passport Photographs
- Statement of purpose
- Referees’ recommendation
- Financial Commitment Form
- Completed Students Permit (non – Kenyans only) ~ pg 9 of the application form
Each application must include registration fee of KShs. 2100 payable to Hekima College
Note: The applicant must ensure that all the above documents reach the Office of the Registrar before the application can be considered for review.