Journalists ages 21 to 37 across the Middle East and proficient in German or English can apply for this fellowship.
The Internationale Journalisten-Programme (IJP) seeks to foster relations between Germany and Middle Eastern region giving young journalists the opportunity to spend two months in a Berlin-based media, working as correspondents for their outlets back home.
The fellowship is scheduled to begin Oct. 29 with an introductory seminar in Berlin.
Selected candidates will receive EUR4,000 (US$4,329), which should cover airfares, transportation, accommodation and meals.
The deadline is June 15.