Reuters-NABJ Graduate Fellowship
The Reuters-NABJ Fellowship provides substantial tuition assistance, editorial training, mentorship and internship opportunities to an incoming graduate student in the Business & Economic Reporting (BER) program at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
The Reuters-NABJ Graduate Fellowship provides the following benefits:
BER is a three-semester, 44-credit Master of Arts program. The Reuters-NABJ Fellowship covers approximately half of the cost of tuition and fees for the program. The remaining cost is approximately $40,000. The Fellow will be considered for additional NYU scholarship aid that can potentially lower the remaining tuition costs.
The curriculum and other information can be found by clicking on the links on the left side of this page.
Fall 2018 semester – Fellowship covering tuition, registration fees, and health insurance, plus a stipend of nearly $14,000 for the semester.
Spring 2019 semester – Tuition scholarship of approximately $6,000
In addition, scholars can attend writing and reporting workshops at Reuters throughout the academic year and will be invited to the Reuters Times Square office to meet with senior reporters and staffers. Upon graduation, a paid summer internship with Reuters will be offered to each scholarship recipient.
Core Requirements include:
- Proof of membership in the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) must be submitted at the time of accepting the fellowship award (applicant may join NABJ upon receiving the offer)
- Must be an applicant of the 2018-2019 academic year at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute’s Business & Economic Reporting program, and meet all requirements for admission
- Applications are due by Saturday, February 24th.
For more information about the fellowship, contact:
Professor Stephen Solomon
Associate Director, Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute