The Fellowship in Global Journalism


Apply Today

 

While our deadline has passed, we are still accepting applications from candidates whose areas of specialization fit into the cohort we are now building for the 2017-18 academic year. If you would like to apply for September 2017, please start by sending your CV, or LinkedIn profile to: munk.journalism@utoronto.ca. Please mark the subject line: "LASTNAME, first initial -- prepping application".

We will contact you quickly if we are in a position to receive your application.

Thank you.


Admission Requirements


We are recruiting up to 25 Fellows from around the world—and we’re seeking something different than conventional journalism programs:

Application Procedure and Materials

 

1. Once you have read Qualifications, and have decided to apply for this program, please follow the following three steps carefully.

2. 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:  munk.journalism@utoronto.ca, under the subject line: “lastname, firstinitial prepping application”. (e.g. Smith, J prepping application) Please complete all of the following materials and submit all of it as attachments or links, by e-mail, to: munk.journalism@utoronto.ca. 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 name all files with your last name, first initial, and the subject (e.g. Smith_J_resume.pdf, Smith_J_transcripts.pdf, etc.).

3. Three letters of recommendation are required, from referees who are familiar with your academic and/or professional work.

• Please have your referees e-mail their letters directly to us at munk.journalism@utoronto.ca, using the subject line “candidate’s lastname, candidate’s first initial—reference”.
• Your referees should attest to your knowledge of your subject matter and their experience of the personal qualities we expect in a Fellow (Please see Qualifications).