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Over 500 mid-career journalists from over 93 countries have come to Oxford over the past 30 years to improve their professional knowledge and study issues important to the development of their news organisations in their countries.

The Journalism Fellowship Programme brings around 25 high-calibre mid-career journalists to Oxford each year. Journalist Fellows are provided with a period of reflection and the opportunity to carry out media-based research, allowing them to tackle subjects in greater depth than is possible under deadline pressure.

Examples are as diverse as, “the underground communications network in Cuba”; “A comparative study on the new formats of TV arts/culture programmes in the UK and South Korea” and “Self-regulation or strict laws rigorously applied?”

“Institutions versus technological optimism: Russian business media on the Skolkovo innovation center.”

“Editorial integrity in the digital and social media age.”

“Does the English media in India stereotype the Indian Muslim?”

For more information, visit the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Why give?

At Oxford we provide the knowledge base and inspiration for new policies to address these challenges and to promote sustainability and social change and the preservation of human diversity and culture. Economists, sociologists, lawyers and political scientists hold offices in governments and leadership worldwide and policy makers turn to Oxford for research and advice.

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