Photography students and experienced professionals can apply for this program at New York University.

The Magnum Foundation and the Department of Photography and Imaging at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts are offering courses in photography and human rights.

The six-week program is comprised of three courses and explores multimedia and traditional presentation strategies for documentaries on human rights.

The fellows will remain in New York for an additional week after the coursework to meet with local editors, publishers, and other experts in the field and explore museums, galleries, and other cultural resources.

The fellowship covers full tuition for six credits, travel, room and board during the program.

The program is aimed at intermediate and advanced international students, including experienced professionals. Students from the United States, Canada or Western Europe are not eligible.

Applicants must upload no more than 15 images, submit a resume, written essays and a project description.

The deadline is Dec. 9.

For more information, click here.

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