Scholarship in Germany for young journalists

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The IJP (Internationale Journalisten-Programme) is an organization of German journalists who encouraged the connection and the synergies between Germany and other countries. Once again, the IJP organized an Exchange program between Germany and Latin America with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, foundations and private companies.

in this way, journalists from Latin America are eligible for a two-month fellowship to work as a visiting writer in a medium of communication in the European country. These practices of Latin American journalists will know the social, political and economic reality of Germany, their culture and their ways of thinking, living and working.

grants are open to journalists between 25 and 35 years of age. You must have good knowledge of German, although the announcement says that not having it could replace if you possess excellent knowledge of English. Applicants must have finished the race and demonstrate true talent during his career. They may not choose students, applicants for the scholarships must be working as apprentices or editors in print media, radio, television and online media. The programme will take place between March and April 2016.

IJP scholarships applicants have until Sept. 25 to submit your request through the Embassy or German Consulate of the country of origin. You must include a curriculum vitae in German; a letter with the reasons for wanting to apply for these scholarships, interest in Germany and the medium in which to work; three copies of articles or stories of the career of the applicant, if TV or radio will present transcripts of parts, do not support videos; and a letter of recommendation from the head of middle section where the applicant works.

resolution will be announced at the beginning of November of 2015. At the end of the grant shall be filed a report with everything the person has lived and learned in this country.

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