Organised activities include lectures, seminars, study trips and social functions.
Up to 30 journalists study each year on fellowships varying from three months (one term) to nine months (an academic year).
They are drawn from dozens of countries around the world from both print and broadcast media.
Fellows have the status of Visiting Scholars at Green College and enjoy access to Oxford University's facilities and resources.
This includes the world-famous Bodleian library, the university computing service, access to most academic lectures and many of the social programmes.
No academic credits or qualifications can be obtained through the programme although a certificate is awarded.
All advice and support is provided in English and applicants need to be fluent in this language.
For more details please contact the Programme Director: Jo Weir, jo.weir[at]reuters.com on Tel Extension: 55872
Tel: +44 (0)20 7542 7015
Fax: +44 (0)20 7542 8599
For more information see; Oxford fellowship
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