APPLY || LATEST DW Akademie Journalism Masters Scholarships (2022/23)

APPLY || LATEST DW Akademie Journalism Masters Scholarships for Journalism Students (2022/23)

APPLY || LATEST DW Akademie Journalism Masters Scholarships (2022/23)

Do not miss out of the currently ongoing LATEST DW Akademie Journalism Masters Scholarships for Journalism Students (2022/23)

APPLY || LATEST DW Akademie Journalism Masters Scholarships (2022/23)

Deadline: March 31, 2022

Scholarship applications for the Deutsche Welle (DW) Akademie Journalism Masters Scholarships 2022 are now being accepted online. The 13th intake of the Master’s Program “International Media Studies” will begin in Bonn in September 2022 with the first class of students. Students in the Master’s Program “International Media Studies” (IMS) come from developing and transition nations with previous media expertise, and the program is uniquely tailored to their needs.

With the University of Bonn, the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, and the DW Akademie (DW’s center for international media development, journalism training, and knowledge transfer), the program provides a perfect learning environment for up to 30 students per year as a joint project of the three institutions. Successful candidates from poor and emerging nations can apply for a scholarship and complete their degrees in their native countries, allowing them to get direct access to their respective labor markets.

The interdisciplinary study program is conducted in English, combining topics such as media and development, journalism, communication science and media management. The full-time, four-semester Master’s degree offers an unparalleled mix of research, lectures and practical experience and prepares students for careers in the communications and media industries.

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  • Open to young journalists, media managers and communications staff who come from developing and transition countries, and particularly from Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. However, Germans, EU citizens, Canadians, Americans and Australians can also apply.
  • Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and, after graduating, at least one year of professional experience in a media-related field.
  • Applicants must also have a good command of English.


Before entering your data in the online application form, make sure you have all documents required for application ready:

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  • Letter of motivation (English, max. 700 words; font “Arial”, size 10.spacing 1,5; signed and dated)
  • Current Curriculum Vitae (English, Europass format, signed and dated)
  • Certificate of your academic degree(s) (including ALL transcripts)
  • Proof of at least one year of professional experience in a media-related field AFTER obtaining your first academic degree (for a scholarship you must provide proof of at least two years of professional experience). You can submit a certificate or letter from your employer as proof of work experience. Please make sure it includes your media-related job title, the dates from and to when you worked in that position, company letterhead, date of issue of the certificate/letter and a signature from your employer. If you were self-employed or worked on media projects, please see the FAQ.
  • Certificate of APS (for applicants who completed their first degree in China or Vietnam)
  • Proof of sufficient English language skills (C1-Level or higher in accordance with the “Common European Framework”). If you completed a degree in which the medium of instruction was English, you should submit written official confirmation from the university that English was the medium of instruction.

Click here to apply

For more information, visit DW Akademie.

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