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Scholarship for Master’s Program International Media Studies

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The Master’s Program International Media Studies is a four-semester, full-time program for further education. It is a joint project from the University of Bonn, the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences and Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster with its headquarters in Bonn.

The bilingual Master’s Program offers a unique course offer given the current development of global media and the connection between media and cooperative development. Students from around the world will benefit from the inclusion of partners and the
unparalleled mix of research, lectures and practical experience.

The program combines topics like media and development, journalism, communication science and media economics, while developing practical skills and competencies that are important for the world of media.

Philosophy
Free and independent media is a significant factor for a functioning democracy, social justice and the protection of human rights. The Master’s Program is based on the belief that there is a connection between democracy and development, between the freedom of opinion and democracy as well as between free media and development. The prerequisite for the establishment of a functioning, free media system are journalists who realize their role as a critical observer and reporter. This can only be guaranteed when they are professionally trained and feel obligated by a set of journalistic ethics.

By training journalists academically, the Master’s Program is therefore a targeted step towards making the media spokespeople for openness within democracy.

The courses are based on the values of democracy, freedom and conflict prevention, civil society and good government – representative of the connection between the media and cooperative development.

Objective
Students will acquire the knowledge and skills that are essential for a journalistic career. They will be able to meet specific occupational requirements with expertise and communicative independence.

The Master’s Program trains students – personally and professionally – to be competent journalists and prepare them for a challenging role as expert or manager in the media sector.

Target Group
The program is targeted at students from around the world that want to work in a position of responsibility in journalism or the communications sector. It especially addresses journalists-in-training, media representatives from radio, TV, online and print and communication experts.

Those interested must have already completed an academic program (bachelor’s or equivalent) and have at least one year of professional media experience.

The program will be bilingual (English and German), whereby English will be the prevalent course language.

Especially targeted at:

  • Media representatives from radio, TV, online and print
  • Journalists-in-training, especially from electronic media
  • Journalists and management from community radio stations
  • Communication experts
  • NGO employees
  • Employees from ministries
  • Employees from cooperative development groups and projects
  • Representatives from regional working groups and national broadcasters
  • Media association representatives

Scholarships

15 Scholarships will be awarded to applicants from Africa, Asia, Latin America or Eastern Europe. The scholarship will be about 750 Euro covering your cost of living and costs for accommodation. The tuition fee and the flight will be remunerated, too. A committee will decide which applicant will receive a scholarship.If you would like to apply for a scholarship, you are required to submit the following documents:

  • completed application form (attachment)
  • curriculum vitae in table form
  • statement of purpose
  • academic degree including transcripts
  • proof of at least one year’s work experience in the field of media after your degree
  • proof of English-language skills (TOEFL: score of 550 or higher, IELTS: Score of 6.0 or higher, BULATS: score of 70 or higher, LCCI: level of 3, etc.)
  • proof of German-language skills (TestDaF level TDN 3 or DSH level 1)
  • one passport-size photograph
  • copy of the first two pages of passport
  • original Certificate of APS (for applicants from China, Vietnam and Mongolia)

Please note that the copies of the certificates and the translations into German or English need to be certified. Please send your application form to: Deutsche Welle, DW-AKADEMIE, International Media Studies, Dr. Christoph Schmidt, 53110 Bonn, Germany, E-Mail: Barbara.Hiller@dw-world.de

Moreinfo: http://www.dw-world.de/dw/0,,12278,00.html

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1 Comment

  1. Atansuyi Olajide E says:

    Hello, I am really interested in this study but I don’t have any German language skills. How can you advise me?

    expecting your reply

    Atansuyi Olajide E

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