Announcement 1: Scholarship Available

 

Dear prospective Ph.D. students in Peacebuilding

 

As a former student at Payap, I like to suggest you this program on following features:

 

  1. Involvement:  An opportunity to involve in conflict situation
  2. Exposure: An international exposure
  3. Interaction: An unique opportunity of interaction with conflict parties
  4. Empowerment: Enables  to speak out what you think you are
  5. Global network: We are everywhere, be a part of us, and we are with you Always.

 

So, if you want to pursue peace, not preach, come and see us. It is more than conventional attitude, a way to foster an innovative peaceful human and nonhuman relationship that suggests peace in our troubled world. I am sure; it is more than what you think of peace.

 

Come and explore with us. Let us make  a better place together.

 

Smiles

Bimal

 Announcement 2: Early Decision February First week, 2011

 

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Thanks  for the new update in PhD program in Peace in Asian University.

 

Looks interesting.

 

You are welcome Shamita

Thanks. I will contact the University for application process and admission though now I am clear about two semester in Thailand, which is good.

 

Is this two semester continues or we can take a break like every year one semester. Is it possible.

 

Thanks

There is no break, of course expect regular break.However, please cointact Prof. Chaiyan for further information.

Regards

 

Hello Bimal;

This is great news for me. Actually I am in the process of applying for a PhD Program in Conflict Resolution anywhere as long as the standard falls within your 5-point agenda raised in the announcement of this program. I want to begin in the fall of 2011 since I am graduating with my MA in Diplomacy - concentration Conflict Resolution in June 2011. Is there any other assistance you can offer me in applying for this program in Thailand? I have a number of options but this seems quite interesting. If you think you could assist me in the application process then let me hear from you. Cheers!

Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga, Jr

Yes, please try on your own, meet faculties and student, see the curriculum, I hope it may satisfy you.

You can apply for Fall 2011, "other Assistance" like what?  please contact the Institute at earliest for further information.

 

Hello Bimal:

Thanks. I have already completed the application package and forwarded to Dr. Rajchagool as per the application form guidelines. I look forward to hearing from him. Certainly, relocating to another country as beautiful as Thailand takes more than just an academic pursuit. By and large, I am hoping that the Program Director would assist me with all my queries outside the PhD Program Guidelines proper. Once more thank you and have a great New Year!

Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga, Jr

Hi Derek

Thanks, Wish you all the best as well.

Hope to see you in Chiang Mai this Fall!

Regards

Bimal

Can I do this programme based in India or do I have to relocate to Thailand for the same? Thanks, Rahul Bhonsle from New Delhi

You have to relocate to Thailand for two semesters to complete the course work, after that you are free to do your research anywhere.

Good Luck.

 

Dear All:

Please contact at following address for further information about the program. Thank you very much for your enthusiastic participation.

Cheers!

 

Contact Person:

Program Director

Professor Chaiyan Rajchagool

Email: chaiyan.r@gmail.com

 

Cell Number: 0066 81950 4171

Physical Address:

Institute of Religion, Culture and Peace
Payap University Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai-Lampang Superhighway
Muang District, Chiang Mai 50000

Landline: 0066 (0)53-851 680 , 053-851 478 ต่อ788

Website: http://ircp.payap.ac.th ,     E-mail:ircp@payap.ac.th

 

Dear Sir Bimal,

Greetings of love and peace from Peace Channel!

I am very happy to receive the website regarding the Ph.D. programmes on Peace building. Well, i am a registered student in Ph.D on Peace and Conflict in Nagaland, under Nagaland Central University.

The question is that whether i can be part of your academic programmes on peace building? I would like to spend some time in your university to study about the peace building and conflict transformation skills development etc.,

Presently, i am actively involved in the peace programmes in the state of Nagaland. We have been working with the youth and the students in promoting peace in the troubled states of the North East India.

In this regard we have recently launched a Peace campaign " peace in Nagaland 2015" I am attaching the copy of the news paper cuttings and my resume here with.

Thanking you and expecting the reply.

C.P.Anto
Founder and Director, Peace Channel
www.peacechannel.in
cpanto@gmail.com
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