Scholarships & Fellowships
NYU Journalism-NABJ Scholarship
The New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is proud to offer a new full-tuition scholarship to a National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) member admitted to one of the ten NYU Journalism graduate programs in the fall of 2021.
NYU Journalism-NAHJ Scholarship
The New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is proud to offer a new full-tuition scholarship to a National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) member admitted to one of the ten NYU Journalism graduate programs in the fall of 2021.
NYU Journalism-NAJA Scholarship
The New York University Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is proud to offer a new full-tuition scholarship to a Native American Journalism Association (NAJA) member admitted to one of the ten NYU Journalism graduate programs in the fall of 2021.
This one-semester fellowship covers tuition, fees and insurance, and includes a one-semester stipend. Stenbeck Scholars will be chosen based on merit and as all applicants to the Institute will be considered, no separate application is necessary.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute awards several partial tuition scholarships to help defray the total cost of tuition. These scholarships are merit based and competitively awarded. All applicants to the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute are automatically reviewed for their eligibility during the admission process. No separate application form is required for consideration.
Anne O’Hare McCormick Memorial Scholarship
The Anne O’Hare McCormick Memorial Scholarship honors the legacy of Anne O’Hare McCormick of The New York Times, who in 1937 was the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for foreign correspondence. The McCormick Fund was created in 1954 as a posthumous tribute by McCormick’s colleagues in the Newswomen’s Club of New York. The scholarship is awarded to female U.S. citizens who have been admitted to an accredited New York-based graduate journalism program leading to a degree.
Reuters-NABJ Graduate Fellowship
Business & Economic Reporting
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.
Foreign Language and Areas Studies (FLAS) Fellowships
Global & Joint Program Studies
FLAS fellowships are competitive awards for the purpose of enabling students to study a modern foreign language as an integral part of their academic program in preparation for a career that will utilize their language studies. FLAS fellowships are awarded by the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Hagop Kevorkian Center. Qualified applicants meeting relevant restrictions are eligible to apply.
The Goren Fellowship in Global and Joint Program Studies
Global & Joint Program Studies
A two-year full fellowship, including tuition, benefits, and stipend, for a GloJo applicant with exceptional journalistic and academic promise. Students in all GloJo partner programs are eligible for this award, except those receiving funding or FLAS grants through their partner departments and centers. No additional materials beyond the GloJo application are required.
Science, Health & Environmental Reporting
The Felsten-Fishman Family Foundation sponsors a one-semester fellowship (including tuition, a generous stipend and other expenses) for an incoming SHERP student who has demonstrated great promise in science, health or environmental journalism. No additional materials beyond the SHERP application are required.