Thursday, 20 December 2012

[creative-radio] Reuters Institute for the Study of #Journalism #Fellowship Now Open!

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Fellowship Now Open!

Since 1983, the Thomson Reuters Foundation Fellowship Programme has
continued to attract heavyweight Fellows internationally, giving them the
opportunity to research subjects in greater depth than is possible under
regular career deadline pressure. The Journalism Fellowship Programme at
Oxford offers a practical form of professional assistance to established
and mid-career journalists. Its purpose is to allow journalists to tackle
subjects in greater depth than is possible under deadline pressure.

Around 25 journalists from around the globe study in Oxford each year on
Fellowships of either three, six or nine months, covering one, two or all
three terms of the academic year. Fellows may join the Institute in
October, January or April.

Fellows are expected to produce a substantial piece of work to an academic
standard. They are required to complete an 8,000-10,000 word research paper
of publishable quality either as part of the Institute's research output or
independently (for example, as a survey of an important subject, magazine
article or part of a book). Fellows may use multimedia in their work.
Fellows have to present their research findings in a seminar open to the

There is a minimum requirement of 5 years' full time professional
journalistic experience and in order to take full advantage of the
excellent facilities of the Institute and of Oxford University, a high
level of spoken and written English is required. The Fellowship is fully

Deadline for applications: January 31, 2013.

For more information on the rules and to apply, visit

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