The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University offers International Fellowship for Professional studies, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2013 2014
About Scholarship: Using the unique resources available at Harvard University, the Reynolds Business Fellow will have an opportunity to build real skill in understanding and reporting on complex business issues. Fellows can gain an in-depth knowledge of business finance and economics, make important connections to leaders within the field of business, both within academia and business-related professions, and will become contributing members of the Reynolds Business Journalism Network. Made possible through a five-year grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, this annual fellowship is offered to journalists who are U.S. citizens and who report on issues related to the field of business.
Subject: Business Journalism studies
Level of Study: Professional studies
Scholarship By: The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University
Scholarship for: The Fellowships are available for U.S. Citizens and International citizens (except applicants for Canada, Philippines, South Africa and South Korea Fellowships)
Duration: 1 Year
Number of Awards: 16
Value: Fellows are awarded $875,000 over five years ($175,000 per year), including 10% indirect
Eligibillity: Applicants must be full-time journalists (including freelancers) with at least five years’ experience. Journalists can work for news or editorial departments of newspapers, wire services, radio, television, web sites, online publications or magazines of general public interest. Photojournalists, editorial cartoonists, columnists and broadcast producers are also eligible.
Apply: Online or By Post
Deadline: The deadline for submitting applications for U.S citizens is 31 January, 2013 and for International Citizens is 1 December, 2012
Further Information: http://www.nieman.harvard.edu/NiemanFoundation/NiemanFellowships/TypesOfFellowships/USFellowships/ReynoldsFellowshipInBusinessJournalism.aspx