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Grants for jurnalism students from East Europe

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  • Anca Rotescu
    CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE (CEE) AND THE NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES (NIS) http://www.ijnet.org/News/CEENIS ... GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR JOURNALISM STUDENTS FROM
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      CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE (CEE) AND THE NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES (NIS)
      http://www.ijnet.org/News/CEENIS
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      GRANTS AVAILABLE FOR JOURNALISM STUDENTS FROM SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE
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      Students from Southeastern Europe are eligible to apply for
      a stipend to attend a master's program in print, radio, TV and
      online journalism at the International Journalism Center (IJZ) at
      the Danube-University Krems.

      The master's program is directed at graduates of all faculties,
      especially communications theoretical studies, who intend to work
      in journalism. The program is organized in cooperation with the
      South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO).

      SEEMO is a non-governmental, non-profit network of editors,
      media executives and journalists from newspapers, magazines,
      radio, TV, Internet, new media and news agencies in Albania,
      Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, FR Yugoslavia (Serbia, Montenegro,
      Kosovo), Greece, Macedonia, Moldova and Romania.

      According to IJZ, the three-semester program starts in October
      2002 and will be completed by January 2004. The course is a
      full-time program and students who will finish it will earn a master
      of advanced studies.

      Students will be taught an integrated approach towards the media.
      The course language will be German. Applicants should have a
      college degree, working command of German, and pass the
      entrance exam. Deadline for applications is August 15. Stipends
      cover student fees and living expenses.

      The master's program is Austria┬┤s only internationally acknowledged
      journalism education at the master's degree level. A board of
      advisers assures the quality of the curriculum and oversees the
      program. More than 100 journalists teach in the program in print,
      radio, TV, and online journalism.

      With students from 21 nations and instructors from 15 nations, the
      program has become a platform for international journalism and
      communications throughout Europe. Other master's programs at
      the IJZ starting in the fall include public relations and integrated
      communications as well as communications and management
      development.

      For more information, contact Stefanie Bundt at the International
      Journalism Center, Danube-University Krems, Dr. Karl Dorrekstr.
      30, 3500 Krems, Austria. Tel.: (43-2732) 893 2702. E-mail
      Bundt@... Web site:

      http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/journalismus





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