has internship programmes for recent graduates and graduate students
interested in gaining experience with a peace and conflict research
and practice organisation. We also host visiting scholars and
a number of interns every year. Interns are primarily graduates
students or recent graduates with an academic background in or
interest in peace and conflict issues. Interns work on an assigned
project based on their skills and experience and on INCORE’s
own research and project based requirements .....
requests are considered on an indiviual basis. Requests should
be sent to
note that INCORE has no funds to support such visits)
INCORE is engaged
in a range of specialist course provision in partnership with
others in the University of Ulster and with outside agencies.
Its current teaching includesa range of MSc programmes, short
and online courses. More information here.
has a number of PhD students working on peace and conflict-related
research in a number of faculties and departments. For more information
on INCORE's PhD students please click here.
If you are interested in a PhD University of Ulster/INCORE contact email@example.com.