Open Society Fellowships In Investigative Reporting For Africans 2019

Open Society Fellowships In Investigative Reporting For Africans 2019

The Open Society Fellowships in Investigative Reporting is awarded to Individuals who are willing to pursue a Fellowship program in South Africa.

This scholarship program is created to develop a new generation of investigative reporters, a partnership between Wits Journalism, Rhodes School of Journalism and Media Studies and the Open Society Foundation.

Application Deadline: December 17, 2018

Eligible Countries: Africa

Type: BA Honors programme.

Eligible Field Of Study: 

  1. Journalism Studies
  2. Investigative Journalism A and B
  3. A choice of one of the following courses:
  4. Video Journalism
  5. Online Journalism
  6. Photojournalism
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  • Applicants must have a minimum of two years of journalism or relevant experience and be eligible for Wits Journalism’s mid-career Honours programme
  • Applicants must either have an undergraduate degree with 65% or better, or pass through an RPL entrance test.
  • Applicants must be Africans

How To Apply: Applicants for 2019 should submit a CV with supporting documentation, a letter of motivation and two references to by December 17, 2018, and candidates must be available for an interview in January.


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