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'Don't restrict yourself to a single field of study'

Strategic communications expert Alana Mann has some solid advice for international students who want to study public relations in Australia

Role-Model for Female Journalists in Pakistan

Pakistani journalist, Rabia Mehmood has made a name for herself by being fearless in reporting about significant socio-political upheavals in Pakistan. She is the sixth recipient of the IWMF’s Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship.

Win Knight-Bagehot Business Journalism Fellowships at Columbia

The mid-career fellowships provide full tuition, a living stipend of $55,000 and housing in a Columbia-affiliated facility in New York City.

"I Tell Students the Best Market for the Next Decade is in India"

India's press is lively. Driven by the middle class, newspaper circulation is expanding in India unlike its rapid decline in the West. New titles compete with established dailies. Raju Narisetti, managing editor of the Washington Post who launched Mint in India in 2007, says circulation and advertising in India is growing in the double digits.

Full Scholarships Available for Master's in Media Studies in Germany

To be eligible, you need to know English and German, and have a bachelor’s degree and at least a year’s experience in a media-related field

New Zealand expedition and internship program for communication students

The program, offered by New Zealand’s Massey University, allows undergraduate students from any university to spend 6 weeks on study, travel, and internship in June and July 2018.

Win John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship for the 2015 academic year includes a $65,000 stipend and generous housing, equipment, childcare, moving and health insurance supplements.

Apply now for year-long journalism fellowships focused on child development

Eight journalists will be selected for the fellowships, which include training and international reporting trips. Journalists in Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania can apply

The Student Journalist

Young Americans interested in journalism get a jump on their careers by graduating from high school or college already equipped with work experience and published articles, photographs, radio broadcasts or Web pages.

Scholarships available for masters in journalism in Europe

By the end of the two-year program, you would have lived in at least two European countries, and gained an international professional network

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