Journalists from Europe and the United States can apply for this program in Berlin.
The European Journalism-Fellowships Program allows participants to take a two-semester leave from their professional positions and spend a sabbatical year at the Freie Universität Berlin widening their knowledge while pursuing their research project. Standard fellows receive EUR1,500 (US$1,649) and junior fellows, EUR1,000 (US$1,099) to EUR1,200 (US$1,319).
The EJO Fellowship at European Journalism-Fellowships enables a journalist to become a temporary correspondent of the European Journalism Observatory. The fellow receives a monthly stipend of EUR1,100 (US$1,209) for the duration of 10 months.
Applications must be in German or English.
The deadline is has been extended to April 24.