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16 лютого 2018

Довготермінова навчальна програма для журналістів (Канада)

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University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs пропонує журналістам, випускникам та громадським журналістам, що мають декілька років досвіду роботи в сфері журналістики взяти участь у навчальній програмі Fellowship in Global Journalism (Торонто, Канада). Учасники навчатимуться впродовж вересня 2018 – квітня 2019 року та отримуватимуть кураторську підтримку від провідних журналістів. Досвід роботи журналістом вітається, також від учасників очікується досконале володіння англійською мовою. Дедлайн – 26 лютого 2018 року.

Перед поданням заявки потрібно надіслати е-mail на адресу journalism@utoronto.ca, в полі «тема» вказавши прізвище та першу букву імені (далі – англ.).

We are now accepting applications from candidates whose areas of specialization fit into the cohort we are building for the 2018-19 academic year. If you would like to apply for entry in September 2018, please start by sending your CV, or LinkedIn profile to: munk.journalism@utoronto.ca. Please mark the subject line: “LASTNAME, first initial — prepping application”.

We will contact you quickly if we are in a position to receive your application. We look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible, and will begin reviewing full applications on February 26, 2018. We are recruiting up to 20 Fellows from around the world—and we’re seeking something different than conventional journalism programs:

  • Subject-matter specialization. (Please apply only if you already have knowledge of a specialty and wish to report on that specialty. We generally consider people who either have work-experience in a discipline and / or who have studied that discipline at Master’s level or higher.)
  • The relevant graduate degree, professional degree or work experience to report knowledgably on any specialty. If in doubt, please send us your application anyway.
  • Prior experience as a journalist is NOT necessary, but some specific qualities are: Read the Qualifications Page to understand the kind of personality we’re seeking.
  • Written and spoken fluency in English.

Please complete all of the following materials and submit all of it as attachments or links, by e-mail, to: munk.journalism@utoronto.ca.
Please use the subject line “lastname, firstinitial application”. (If you are sending materials in more than one e-mail, please indicate the order using the following format in your subject-line, eg: “lastname, firstinitial application 1/2”; “lastname, firstinitial application 2/2”). Please name all files with your last name, first initial, and the subject (e.g. Smith_J_resume.pdf, Smith_J_transcripts.pdf, etc.).

  • Resume or Curriculum Vitae
  • Official Academic Transcripts and/or Professional Designation. (PDF scan)
    Official transcripts of your academic record from each university attended and/or an official record of your professional designation are required for admission. Please either scan or take a screen shot of your transcripts and/or designations, and attach them to the application. Applicants who attended universities outside North America must provide notarized English translations to accompany all documentation not written in English.
  • Two Story Proposals
    Please identify two important stories in your field that have not received enough media coverage. Pitch each of those stories in a separate 200-word proposal, indicating why the story is important and some evidence for the story you are proposing.
  • One Fully-Reported Story
    Please report one of the stories, in written form. Please do not write an opinion-piece; we’d like to see a clear story that is well researched and reported, and that includes information obtained through on-the-record interviews with sources. 800-1000 words. (Stories that exceed this length will not be read.)
  • Additional Communications Examples
    Please provide up to three other examples of your past writing or communications products in any format, including: blogs, articles, papers, video or audio. If you tweet, please tell us your handle.
  • Personal Essay
    Why are you interested in this program, what subject matter do you wish to cover as a reporter during the program, and how does your background give you advanced knowledge of that field? (500 words)
  • Video Statement
    Please record a maximum 60 second video of yourself explaining the path you hope your career will take after completing this program. Please post this at an on-line video-service like YouTube and include the link in your e-mail to us.
  • Statement of Integrity
    Please print, sign, date and scan the following statement:
    “I hereby certify that the information presented in my application is accurate, complete and honestly presented. I authorize the Fellowship in Global Journalism at the Munk School of Global Affairs to verify any aspect of my application and/or my credentials for admission. I understand and agree that any inaccurate information, misleading information, or omission will be cause for the rescission of any offer of admission, or for discipline or dismissal if discovered at a later date. This application is my own, honest statement to the Selection Committee for The Fellowship in Global Journalism.”

Three letters of recommendation are required, from referees who are familiar with your academic and/or professional work


  • Please have your referees e-mail their letters directly to us at munk.journalism@utoronto.ca, using the subject line “candidate’s lastname, candidate’s first initial—reference”.
  • Your referees should attest to your knowledge of your subject matter and their experience of the personal qualities we expect in a Fellow (Please see the Qualifications Page).

Source: https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/journalism/admissions/


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