Oxford University offering fellowship in journalism...

Oxford University offering fellowship in journalism

 Education Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 04:43 PM, 26 January 2022  

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The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University is offering Three-month and six-month fellowship on journalism. Journalists from any country can apply.

Eligibility for application:

1. Must have a minimum of 5 years experience in journalism or related field.
2. Must show English proficiency certificate. Must score a minimum of 8 in IELTS. Or you have to get minimum 100 score in TOEFL IBT.
3. Must be stationed at Oxford full time during the course of the program.


1. The cost of air travel in the UK.
2. Visa costs.
3. The stipend will be 2,000 ponds per month. In Bangladeshi currency the amount is about Tk 2 lakh 31 thousand.
4. The stipend will cover the cost of accommodation, food and general living.
5. Oxford University offers unparalleled study facilities, leading research centers, extensive teaching support and worldwide reputation.
6. Selected students will be only one hour away from London by train. Which will provide convenient access to the world's top news publishers, such as The Guardian, the Financial Times and the BBC.

Required documents:

1. One page project statement.
2. One page motivation statement.
3. Two page biography (CV).
4. Two letters of recommendation.

Application Process:

Can be applied online. Can be applied here.  https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/our-journalist-fellowship-programme

Application deadline:

Applications can be submitted till February 14, 2022.

A total of 30 journalists from all over the world will get the opportunity of this fellowship. Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years of experience in journalism or related field. Must be proficient in English. Through this fellowship, journalists will be able to acquire deep knowledge in journalism. They will also have access to the best media in the world.

It will also be possible to improve the perception of journalism and the news industry through personal research, seminars, networking events and discussions with peers. From personal studies in the Oxford University Library to informal conversations with fellow journalists around the world, every aspect of the program will increase awareness of the challenges and opportunities of the current news ecosystem.