Applications are invited for Fully Funded Heinz-Kühn-Foundation Scholarships at University of Innsbruck in Austria. Application is open for International Students to pursue Masters degree in 2018-2019 academic year.
The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.
|Deadline||:||30 November 2017|
|Course Level||:||Training Course|
|Field of Study||:||Journalism|
Benefits for Heinz-Kühn-Foundation Scholarships:
- Scholarship holders get
- a lump-sum contribution towards living expenses in the host country (with scholarship payments covering training and living expenses in the host country);
- a lump-sum allowance for flight and travelling expenses (the foundation pays a return air ticket for candidates from abroad);
- an allowance to cover costs of research materials (e.g. literature);
- an allowance for trips within the host country; and,
- (If necessary, for scholarship holders from abroad) a German language course of up to four months at the Düsseldorf or Bonn based Goethe-Institute.
In the lead up to the scholarship and throughout the duration of the scholarship, the Heinz-Kühn-Foundation will provide support.
Eligibility for Heinz-Kühn-Foundation Scholarships:
Eligible Countries: Young journalists from North-Rhine-Westphalia and developing countries are eligible for a scholarship.
Entrance Requirements: Young journalists from North-Rhine-Westphalia and developing countries are eligible for a scholarship if they satisfy the following requirements:
- Have a keen interest in development issues;
- have already gained substantial professional experience in journalism (a completed college education is desirable);
- Are not older than 35 years of age; and,
- Have a good command of the official language of their host country (candidates from abroad must at least have a basic knowledge of the German language).
English Language Requirements: Have a good command of the official language of their host country (candidates from abroad must at least have a basic knowledge of the German language).
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