UK Thomson Foundation Journalism Now Scholar Competition for International Journalists 2018

Scholarship Description: Thomson Foundation is now accepting applications for Journalism Now Scholar Competition for worldwide journalists. The competition is open to entrants aged 18 or over. For over half a century, they have helped raise standards of journalism and communication around the globe through training, consultancy and strategic advice. Its mission is to support the achievement of the vision – through improving journalism and communication, and their production and business processes. We are independent of any government or political affiliation. Degree Level: This is five weeks summer scholars programme. Available Subject: Every summer, international journalists come to London to attend Thomson Foundation’s digital and multimedia course. Scholarship Benefits: With a mixture of master classes, workshops and practical training and a week’s placement at a leading UK media organization, this is our biggest-ever competition prize with a total value of £11,000. Eligible Nationalities: Open to Journalists worldwide. Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements: The small print: English Language Requirements: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University. Application Procedure: Prize: Participation in Thomson Foundation’s digital and multimedia summer course – a five-week long intensive training programme in London (from 6th August to 7th September 2018) with a week’s work experience in a UK media organization. Here’s how to enter, in three steps: 1) Enrol in your first Journalism Now online course (if you haven’t already enrolled on a course). You can browse through all of our live courses here.2) Once you’ve enrolled on a course of your choice, log in to the Journalism Now platform (details on how to log in will be given once you

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