John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships for International students at Stanford University, California, 2013 2014
Stanford University offers International Fellowship for Professional studies in Journalism related field, California, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford
Type of Award: Fellowships
Nationality: The Fellowships are available for U.S. Citizen and International Citizens.
Employer: Stanford University funds for the Fellowship.
Level of Study: It supports the Professional studies.
Subject(s): The Fellowships are Provided for Journalism related studies.
Duration: The fellowships are provided for 1 Year.
Number of Awards: Total number of Awards are not specified.
Am I Eligible? U.S. applicants for a Knight Fellowship ideally have at least seven years of full-time professional experience, international applicants ideally have at least five years. But we also consider less experienced applicants with outstanding achievements
What does it cover? It Covers $65,000 (paid in 10 monthly installments, September through June).
How do I Apply? You can apply Online.
Scholarship Description: A Knight Fellowship is invigorating and productive – for fellows and for journalism. Each year, 20-plus journalists from all over the world come together for 10 months of learning, collaborating, creating and fun. They are among the most adventurous, optimistic and motivated people working in journalism today. They have a unique opportunity to draw on the richness of knowledge and experience at Stanford University and in Silicon Valley. For more information on how fellows spend their year, visit the Life of a Fellow section. To help fellows get the most out of their year, we provide several financial benefits.
Application closing date: The deadline for 2013-14 international applications is Dec. 1, 2012.