Journalism Fellowship Program at the University of Oxford Reuters Institute
Language Requirement TOEFLIELTSPTE AcademicCambridge qualification
Number of Opportunity: 30
Eligible Region/CountriesOpen for all
Journalism Fellowship Program 2022/23 at the University of Oxford Reuters Institute accepts applications. This program is for professional journalists and editors who want to get back into the news after spending a few months at Oxford. The Reuters Institute Fellowship is one of the world’s top programs for practicing, mid-career journalists to take time away from their jobs to study journalism in-depth. Journalists will get a better grasp of journalism, the news industry, and their place in it through personal research, seminars, networking events, and discussions with their peers. While at Oxford, you will work on a project that will directly influence you, your career, your newsroom, and the more significant media sector, including what you learn during your fellowship term.
Host University: University of Oxford Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Application Deadline: February 14, 2022
Fellowship Start Dates: October 2022, January 2023, and April 2023
Benefits of Journalism Fellowship at Reuters Institute:
- Fees are covered for successful applicants.
- Applicants will receive a monthly stipend of £2,000, which will cover the cost of housing, food, and other living costs.
- They will also cover the travel cost to and from the United Kingdom and any visa fees.
- Successful applicants will be a part of a cutting-edge institution that influences key media debates. The Reuters Institute publishes factsheets and reports on the industry’s significant challenges.
- They will be a part of an organization with a global perspective. Journalist Fellows are selected from all over the world. They exchange ideas and experiences from working in various countries and mediums.
- Applicants will also be a part of one of the world’s most prestigious universities. Oxford University has unrivaled study facilities, world-class research facilities, extensive learning support, and a global reputation.
Applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for the journalism fellowship:
- Have a minimum of five years of journalistic experience, or demonstrate an equivalent level of expertise in exceptional cases.
- Journalist Fellowships are available to journalists from all over the world, including Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific, North America, and Latin America.
- Some Journalist Fellows who work for sponsoring organizations with their application process and selection criteria are eligible to apply.
- To continue the program, you must meet the university’s English language requirements.
- Fellows should commit to returning to their jobs once their fellowship is over.
- Fellows will work on a project related to them, their career, the newsroom, and the wider media industry while in Oxford, incorporating what they learn during their fellowship.
- This program is for working journalists and editors who intend to return to the field after completing the program.
- Personal Statement (1 page, outlining why you want to be a part of this program and how you are planning to carry out your research project once you return to work.)
- A project outline would benefit your country’s or company’s news industry. (800-1200 words in length) and should outline the questions you want to answer and how you intend to answer them during your fellowship.
- 2 professional references.
How to apply for Journalism Fellowship at Reuters Institute?
Interested applicants can apply for this fellowship online.
Visit Reuters Institute’s website for more information
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