The Fritt Ord Journalism Fellowship
The Fritt Ord Foundation offers a 6-month fellowship at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, commencing annualy in January.
The Journalism Fellowship Programme at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is aimed at Norwegian journalists with a minimum requirement of 5 years’ professional journalistic experience. Exceptional applicants who do not meet this requirement may be considered.
To be considered, applicants are asked to submit a proposal which gives details of the proposed research topic. The fellow will undertake a study project on a topic of their choice, leading to the completion of a 6,000-8,000 word paper at the end of their stay. Each fellow is assigned an academic advisor, usually an Oxford academic specialising in the Fritt Ord Journalism Fellow’s chosen area, for the purpose of this project.All Institute and University/College fees will be paid by the Fellowship, and the fellows will also receive their travel costs and a modest stipend to cover housing and living expenses directly from the Fritt Ord Foundation.
- 2021: Tor Kjetil Kristoffersen, news editor at Finnmark Dagblad
- 2020: Shazia Majid, journalist at VG
- 2019: Thea Storøy Elnan, journalist at Aftenposten
- 2018: Ingerid Salvesen, freelance journalist
- 2017: Heidi Taksdal Skjeseth, foreign affairs journalist at Dagsavisen
- 2016: Sidsel Dalen, freelance journalist and author
- 2015: Mah-Rukh Ali, former news anchor at TV2
- 2014: Mikal Hverven Hem and Knut Erik Holm. Hem is a freelance journalist and author, Holm was head of the forreign affairs desk at NRK.
The application deadline is each autumn, typically in September.
For questions, please contact senior advisor Hanne Vorland at email@example.com.
For additional information, please go to: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism