Canadian School of Peacebuilding – Application

Students who are taking a CSOP course as part of their IRPJ Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice need to complete the application form below in its entirety. Each CSOP course runs for 5 days, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Participants may apply for only one course each week and may apply for one week or for two weeks. Please select both your first and second choice of courses in the case that a course fills up.

Application

Step 1: Personal Information

Name

Title

Contact Information

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Please select which type of phone number this is:

Emergency Contact

Other Information

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If not a Canadian Citizen, choose one of the following:

* Required if not a Canadian Citizen

 

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS: Enrolment in CSOP does not make you eligible for Canadian residency. CSOP has no influence over decisions regarding visas and cannot guarantee you will receive a visa to participate in CSOP.

Highest level attained in previous education:

Optional Information

How did you hear about the Canadian School of Peacebuilding?

Choose any that apply:

Step 2: Registration Information

***PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTINUING WITH YOUR APPLICATION*** NOTE: If applicable, the following registration information is for both the course that the IRPJ student will integrate into the Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice and for any course taken in the adjacent session for either university credit or training (audit) for the student's own personal enrichment and ongoing educational goals. It is therefore important that the student completes the following registration information for both weeks if applicable.

 

If the IRPJ student is attending CSOP only to take the course that is to be integrated into their Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice, please fill out the appropriate information for that session only and leave the other session blank.

For the course to be integrated into the student's Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice, the tuition is the IRPJ credit amount ($1,140) minus the audit amount ($450) plus a $350 administrative fee for a total of $1,040.

If a student is taking an additional course in the adjacent session not for IRPJ's Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice but instead for the student's own personal enrichment and non-IRPJ related educational goals, the CSOP rates of $592 for training (audit) and $806 (credit) apply.

Which week or weeks would you like to apply for, including for IRPJ's Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice and for personal enrichment?

Select one of the options below:

Session I: June 8–12, 2020

Registration Mode:

Please read about the various courses here and instructors here before making your selection below.

Course – First Choice
Course – Second Choice

Session II: June 15–19, 2020

Registration Mode:

Please read about the various courses here and instructors here before making your selection below.

Course – First Choice
Course – Second Choice

Step 3: Lodging and Meals

On-campus lodging and meals are offered as packages. All lodging and meal packages must be reserved and paid for in advance. Unfortunately, we are not able to customize packages.

Lodging

 

On-campus lodging packages are available and must be reserved and paid for in advance. Unfortunately, we are not able to customize lodging packages. Prices shown are per person. Single and double rooms are available in two different dormitory buildings:

  • Concord Hall
    Rooms are furnished with desks, chairs, and closet space. Double rooms have two single beds and all rooms share a washroom with the room next door. Bedding is included.

 

  • Poettcker Hall
    Rooms are furnished with desks, chairs, two single beds (or bunks), and closets. Bedding is included. The washrooms are located down the hallway.

 

LODGING OPTIONS – SESSION I ONLY

 

Session I, June 7–13 (6 nights), Single Room, Concord Hall — $328.30

Session I, June 7–13 (6 nights), Single Room, Poettcker Hall — $272.20

Session I, June 7–13 (6 nights), Double Room, Concord Hall — $242.10

Session I, June 7–13 (6 nights), Double Room, Poettcker Hall — $192.65

LODGING OPTIONS – SESSION II ONLY

 

Session II, June 14–20 (6 nights), Single Room, Concord Hall — $328.30

Session II, June 14–20 (6 nights), Single Room, Poettcker Hall — $272.20

Session II, June 14–20 (6 nights), Double Room, Concord Hall — $242.10

Session II, June 14–20 (6 nights), Double Room, Poettcker Hall — $192.65

 

LODGING OPTIONS – SESSIONS I & II

 

Sessions I & II, June 7–20 (13 nights), Single Room, Concord Hall — $711.30

Sessions I & II, June 7–20 (13 nights), Single Room, Poettcker Hall — $589.70

Sessions I & II, June 7–20 (13 nights), Double Room, Concord Hall — $524.50

Sessions I & II, June 7–20 (13 nights), Double Room, Poettcker Hall — $417.40

 

On-campus lodging packages can be reserved as part of the CSOP online application or by submitting the 2020 CSOP Lodging and Meals Form, together with the 2020 CSOP Application and Registration Form.

 

Off-campus lodging is the responsibility of the participant.

Meals

 

On-campus meal packages are available must be reserved and paid for in advance. Unfortunately, we are not able to customize meal packages. Prices shown are per person. The following meal packages are available:

 

Session I, Full Meal Package, Supper June 7 – Breakfast June 13 ($190.65)

Session I, Lunch Package, June 8–12 ($57.35)

Session II, Full Meal Package, Supper June 14 – Breakfast June 20 ($190.65)

Session II, Lunch Package, June 15–19 ($57.35)

Weekend Meal Package, Lunch June 13 – Lunch June 14 ($45.15)

 

Meals will be provided in the CMU dining room. For the full meal packages, please note that Friday supper and Saturday breakfast will be self-serve meals for you to access at your leisure. All other meals in the package will be served by kitchen staff at scheduled meal times. Weekend meal packages will consist of self-serve meals for you to access at your leisure.

Folio Café is an on-campus café that serves coffee, small bites and gelato and is open Monday – Saturday. The nearest restaurants and grocery stores are about 2 km from campus, which is a 20–30 minute walk or a 10 minute bus ride. Dormitory accommodations include shared access to a microwave and toaster, but do not include access to a fridge, stove or other kitchen facilities. 

Off-campus meals are the responsibility of the participant.

Refund Policies

 

As a partner organization, CSOP's refund policies apply to IRPJ students as well and are outlined below.

If a participant decides to withdraw from a class, it is important to inform CSOP so that there is an opportunity for another participant to take the seat in that class. The withdrawal and refund schedule is as follows:

  • Up until one week before classes start – 100% refund of all fees, minus the $100 non-refundable advance deposit and the $50 late fee, if applicable;

  • One week prior to the start of classes and up to 9:00am on the first day of class – 50% refund of all fees;

  • After the start of the first day of classes we will no longer issue a refund.

 

Refunds require 6 to 8 weeks to process.

Withdrawal Policy for Academic Credit Students

 

The last day to delete a course from your registration is 8:30 AM on the second day of the course.

The last day for voluntary withdrawal from a course is July 15, 2020.

Lodging Options:

Meal Options:

  1. The applicant grants permission for any photography, videos, or other pictures of the applicant to be used in CSOP promotional or educational material without any additional consent. Note: If you do not wish to grant permission, please contact csop@cmu.ca.

  2. I certify that the information provided on this application is accurate to the best of my knowledge.

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