RNTC Fellowships for Developing Countries’ Students in Netherlands, 2014/15

RNTC is offering fellowships for developing countries’ students. RNTC’s Fellowships are available for professional journalists, programme-makers, broadcast trainers and managers. RNTC Fellowships are unlike NFP fellowships Partial: they cover the course fee (up to 50%), not the costs for travel and accommodation. The fellowships will be awarded on academic and professional merit.. In January 2012 RNTC launched the RNTC Fellowship Fund to support journalists, programme-makers, broadcast trainers and managers from around the world who are looking to develop their media skills, but do not have enough financial means to pay for the costs of the course of their choice. Many of our courses focus on the use of multimedia and social media. In 2014, more of our courses will become available through our Online Academy. Whatever option suits your needs, we encourage you to go for it. Choose a course and send in your application. After that, apply for a scholarship. Or, take greater control of your career by paying your own way or finding a sponsor.. Fellowships are available for RNTC postgraduate courses of different duration.
The research areas of this scholarship are:  Fellowships are provided in the field of Broadcast Journalism, Broadcast Management, Data Journalism, Educational Programme-making, Facts & Formats: Sexual and Reproductive Health, Facts and Formats, Financial Management for Broadcast Managers, Inside International Justice, Inside International Justice, Internet for Journalists (new name: Online Journalism), Magic of Radio, Mastering Social Media for journalists, Multimedia Journalism, Multimedia Journalism & Water, Multimedia Storytelling, Online Journalism, Radio/TV Journalism, Soaps and Society, Training the Trainers, Using Media for Development, Video Journalism and Video Journalism (summer school).
Who can apply to this scholarship? RNTC’s Fellowships are available for professional journalists, programme
· makers, broadcast trainers and managers coming from the following countries (a combined NFP list and low
· middle
· income countries according to the World Bank criteria).
Benefits of the scholarship:   RNTC Fellowships are unlike NFP fellowships Partial: they cover the course fee (up to 50%), not the costs for travel and accommodation.
More information about the fellowship:
Duration:  – Broadcast Journalism:  for three months, -Broadcast Management: 2-week course – Facts & Formats: 4-week -Inside International Justice: 2-week and a one-week – Multimedia Journalism: 12-week Broadcast Journalism course – Multimedia Journalism & Water: 3-week – Online Journalism: 6-week course – Radio/TV Journalism: 12-week – Training the Trainers: 6-week – Using Media for Development: 2-week – Online Journalism: 6-week
Number of scholarships: Not Known

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