This year our Master celebrates the 20th anniversary of its creation. Our history dates back to 1994 when, thanks to our founder Dr. Vicent Martínez Guzmán, the first conference of Philosophy for Peace was conducted in the Universitat Jaume I to which more than 100 people attended. Since then, our program has been growing and consolidating as one of the best in its subject in the Spanish territory, besides of having obtained an important recognition around the world, thanks to the more than a thousand students coming from more than a hundred countries that have gone through our program and to the more than 250 national and international teachers that have taught in our Master. From the program we would like to take this opportunity to greet and thank all the people who have made possible this achievement; thanks to their work in favor of the construction of peace cultures, our peaceful ideal has been spread around the world.
International Master in Peace, Conflict and Development Studies: 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), divided into two academic years: three teaching terms (30 ECTS each one), and a research or professional training term (30 ETCS).
The program offers three language options:
- International Option: students that choose this option can enrol in courses taught in English and Spanish.
- English Option: students that choose this option can enrol only in courses taught in English.
- Spanish Option: students that choose this option can enrol only in courses taught in Spanish.
This Master as part of the Postgraduate Official Programme (POP), follows the criteria for tuition fees according to the Decreto 107/2013 (BOE Núm. 7077, 29-07-2013).
1 credit ECTS costs € 46.20. The tuition fees for the academic year 2013-14 are € 2,772.00 (60 ECTS), for two terms, for all language options and elective courses.
The tuition fees for one term are € 1,386.00 (30 ECTS).
The above tuition fees include the cost of course materials in electronic format, library, computer room usage and other facilities of the campus. Tuition must be paid in Euros.
In addition to the cost of the credits, you must pay the administrative fees, that are €34.33 which include file opening (€27,34), student card (€5,87) and university insurance (for students under 28 years old) (€1,12).
If necessary, there is a fee for equivalence validation of non-EU degrees (€155,22).
Official Grade Certificate: 27,34€
Official Masters Diploma: 212,07€
From the International Master in Peace, Conflict and Development Studies we are actively working to find options that allow students from impoverished countries to fully or partially fund the costs involved in studying our program. However, given that we depend on philanthropic donations and financial support from different organizations and institutions, the amount of money and the concept of the aid we can offer vary from year to year.