We are recruiting only 15 Fellows from around the world—and we’re seeking something different than conventional journalism programs:
Fellows who, with our support, are capable of working as reliable freelance reporters for major English-language news organizations from their first day in the program. Prior experience as a journalist is NOT necessary, but some specific qualities are: Read Qualifications to understand the kind of personality we’re seeking.
Written and spoken fluency in English.
Once you have read Qualifications, and have decided to apply for this program, please follow the following three steps carefully.
Because of the limited number of spots available, please e-mail us before you begin your application to tell us you will be applying. Please send that e-mail to email@example.com, under the subject line: “lastname, firstinitial prepping application”.
Please complete all of the following materials by February 11, 2013 and submit all of it as attachments or links, by e-mail, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the subject line “lastname, firstinitial application”. (If you are sending materials in more than one e-mail, please indicate the order using the following format in your subject-line, eg: “lastname, firstinitial application 1/2”; “lastname, firstinitial application 2/2”).
Please print, sign, date and scan the following statement:
“I hereby certify that the information presented in my application is accurate, complete and honestly presented. I authorize the Fellowship in Global Journalism at the Munk School of Global Affairs to verify any aspect of my application and/or my credentials for admission. I understand and agree that any inaccurate information, misleading information, or omission will be cause for the rescission of any offer of admission, or for discipline or dismissal if discovered at a later date. This application is my own, honest statement to the Selection Committee for The Fellowship in Global Journalism.”
If your primary language is not English and you graduated from a non-Canadian university where the language of instruction and examination was not English, then you must demonstrate your facility in English using one of the following methods (Please click here for further information):
Three letters of recommendation are required, from referees who are familiar with your academic and/or professional work.
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