Monday, September 23, 2013 – Friday, September 27, 2013

Journalists from the developing world with a minimum of two years of experience can apply for these scholarships.

Thomson Reuters Foundation offers scholarships for a five-day intensive program on Sept. 23 ? 27 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The program will teach the full range of skills required for effective visual storytelling and for producing powerful TV and web productions.

Fully funded scholarships are available for journalists from the developing world or countries in political transition, working for organizations with no resources. The scholarships cover tuition, economy air travel, accommodation and a small daily allowance.

Partial scholarships are available for journalists from the developing world or countries in political transition working for organizations with some resources for training, and cover the tuition cost of GBP?1,000 (US$1,523). Journalists working for organizations that have funding for training can participate, but they would have to cover tuition cost and all other expenses.

Applicants must send a short biography, a statement about their work and what they hope to gain from the course, together with a recent example of their published work.

Good spoken and written English required.

The application deadline is Aug. 1.

For more information click here.

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