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ICFJ organizes exchange program for journalists [Russia]
Fourteen journalists will be selected to participate in this exchange program, which includes a work assignment at U.S. media organizations and two months of online mentoring.
Marquette University offers fellowship in public service journalism [US]
Journalists with five years of experience can apply for the O'Brien Fellowship.
Journalism fellowships at Oxford open [Worldwide]
Midcareer journalists can apply for a research fellowship with the Reuters Institute at Oxford University.
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism offers fellowship [Middle East]
Midcareer journalists fluent in English can apply for a six-month fellowship at the University of Oxford, in England.
Columbia University offers journalism fellowships [Worldwide]
Journalists, educators and education policy researchers can apply for a US$75,000 fellowship.
Cross-border journalism program open [Europe, Central Asia]
Journalists with at least three years of experience can apply for a program from the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Fritt Ord Foundation and the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
Thomson Reuters offers course on economic, political reporting [Southeast Europe]
Journalists with at least two years of experience can attend a training program in London and Berlin.
Journalism training in Germany offered [Central, Eastern Europe]
Young journalists fluent in German can apply for a three-week seminar in Munich.
Journalism exchange program open [Africa, Germany]
Journalists ages 25 to 40 from Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Germany can apply.
World Press Institute Fellowship open [Worldwide]
Journalists who live outside the United States can apply to learn more about American journalism.
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