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Nieman Fellowships: Nieman Fellowships for Study at Harvard University are awarded annually to 12 international journalists who have at least five years of experience.
Nieman Fellowships are awarded to print, broadcast and online reporters, editors, photographers, producers, editorial writers and cartoonists with at least five years of full-time, professional experience in the news media.
At Harvard, Nieman Fellows experience discovery and enrichment, learning and reflection in classrooms, in Nieman seminars and from the close friendships that emerge during the Nieman year.
Each fellow is free to design an individual course of study. Some pursue classes in a reporting specialty.
There is no nomination process.
Candidates nominate themselves by submitting an application and supplementary materials.
There is no age limit.
There are no academic prerequisites. No college degree is required.
The Nieman Fellowships are open to international journalists each year.
For more information or to apply, email nieman_applications[at]harvard.edu
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