Knight-Wallace Fellowship for Mid-career Professionals Worldwide

Deadline: February 1, 2014

International and U.S journalists are invited to apply for the Knight-Wallace Fellowship. This is the rarest of opportunities: an academic year of study, reflection and growth at one of the world’s finest universities, University of Michigan. It is a time of expanding perspectives, intellectual growth and personal transformation. Each year, the fellowship brings together exceptional journalists from the U.S. and abroad to share this life-changing experience. Twice-weekly seminars bring the best from the worlds of journalism and academia directly to you. Extensive travel is a core component of the Knight-Wallace experience. 

Stipends and Benefits

U.S. fellows receive $70,000 – distributed as $8,750 monthly – from September through April. Stipend details vary for international fellows and are worked out on an individual basis. All tuition and course fees at the University of Michigan are paid for by the fellowship. Spouses and partners are invited to partake in university courses as well.

In addition, all fellowship trips – domestic and international – are covered. If the fellows employer does not contribute to insurance coverage, health insurance is provided to fellows and their family members who join them in Ann Arbor.

Eligibility Criteria

Knight-Wallace Fellowship seeks the best and brightest in journalism today, mid-career professionals with at least five years of professional experience and solid track records, great future promise and, above all, demonstrated leadership in some aspect of journalism. mid-career professionals 

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