Fully Funded to Study in South Africa: Konrad- Adenauer -Stiftung (KAS) Media Africa Scholarship 2020 for Young Sub-Saharan African JournalistFully Funded to Study in South Africa: Konrad- Adenauer -Stiftung (KAS) Media Africa Scholarship 2020 for Young Sub-Saharan African Journalist
Konrad- Adenauer -Stiftung (KAS) Media Africa Scholarship 2020 for young sub-Saharan African journalist (Fully Funded to study in South Africa)
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Application Deadline: July 8th 2019
KAS Media Africa is once again calling for suitably qualified African journalists to apply for a scholarship for a post graduate Journalism degree at the prestigious University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. If you are a young African journalist eager to pursue further study and take your career to the next level.
KAS Media Africa is offering university scholarships for two promising, young sub-Saharan African journalists to do full-time Honours or Masters Degrees at the University of Witwatersrand’s Journalism Programme in Johannesburg in 2020.
The scholarship includes:
Return flight to Johannesburg
Modest monthly stipend
Accommodation fees for student housing
A one-time payment towards study materials
Reimbursement of costs for study visa and SAQA assessment
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Candidates should be under 30 years old, working as a journalist in a sub-Saharan African country and fluent in English. For Honours, candidates must have at least three years’ working experience and either an undergraduate degree or pass an entrance test. For Masters, candidates must have a degree equivalent to the BA Honours in Journalism (or related field) and at least three years’ working experience. Candidates must work closely with KAS Media Africa during their stay in Johannesburg and write regular narrative reports on their study progress.
Applicants need to submit: A motivation letter A CV Two samples of published writing / broadcast clips Two letters of nomination/reference by a senior journalist, publisher or academic
Timeline: Closing date for applications is 08 July 2019. Applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with “KAS scholarship” in the subject heading. Candidates should make themselves available in early August for an interview by skype or telephone and be willing to sit a test exam. The decision on the award should be made by the end of August 2019.
Successful candidates will be expected to complete an online student application and supply all the necessary documentation, including a SAQA assessment..