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Adenauer Fellowship for Journalism or Political Communication Professionals, Asia

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    The KAS Media Programme Asia, based in Singapore, promotes a free, responsible and ethical press through fellowships, publications and events. Its mission is to strengthen the dialogue between the media and politics, as well as to monitor and highlight current media trends in the Asian and Pacific region. Thereby, the Media Programme aims to connect politics, the media and the people to safeguard a value-based dialogue towards a free, ethical and responsible communication in Asia. Therefore, it supports the training of determined journalists and young communication professionals in their pursuit of professional enrichment and advancement in their commitment to leave an impact with their work.

    Financial Support

    We believe that everyone deserves good education – regardless of their financial background. Therefore, the Adenauer Fellowship supports communication professionals financially in two ways:

    Semester Grant (EUR 500)

    Tuition Fees (max. EUR 6000)

    Study related travel costs


    Monthly grant

    Travel costs to/from the place of your internship


    Additional Benefits

    Become part of a huge network of current fellows, alumni and partners of the Adenauer Fellowship. The perfect internet-based social platform for media and communication professionals offers:

    Job opportunities worldwide

    Exclusive invitations to media events

    Career building on the support of a global foundation

    Who We Support


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    You are welcome to apply for the Adenauer Fellowship if

    You study in the field of journalism or (political) communication, or make a journalistic internship

    You have a first-level university degree (e.g. Bachelor)

    You are 35 years of age or below by the time you start your postgraduate study or internship

    You have at least 2 years of relevant work experience.

    You speak and write English fluently, at least on a C1-level

    You are a citizen of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, East Timor, or Vietnam


    4 Steps to Apply

    If you fulfil the criteria you are just 4 steps away of becoming an Adenauer Fellow:


    |1. Register For An Account

    To apply for the Adenauer Fellowship you need to register.

    |2. Provide your data and documents

    Set up your personal profile including your education and work experiences. Upload a copy of your university degree, letter of recommendation and work samples.

    |3. Get ready for a personal interview

    Following your successful submission, we will contact you for a personal interview. Let’s get to know each other better.

    |4. Final Approval

    After our final approval you need to enrol in the study programme or start your internship within one year.

    Our deadline for 2017 is February 28. After you’ve got accepted for the fellowship, you can hand in your certificate of enrolment from university or your working contract within the year of 2017.For more info click here

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