Netherlands’ Orange Knowledge Programme calls for journalism fellowship application

THE Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP) is accepting applications for journalism courses at the Radio Nederland Training Centre (RNTC).

Candidates must be from one the selected African, Asian and South American countries including: Nigeria, Ghana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Liberia, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Benin Republic, Senegal, South Sudan, Rwanda, Burkina Faso, Bolivia, Egypt, Guinea, Zambia, Mali and Zimbabwe, Uganda, Ethiopia, South Africa, Kenya, Burundi, Tanzania.

Also journalists from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Macedonia, Albania, Mozambique, Armenia, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Bhutan, Pakistan, Palestinian Territories, Peru, Cambodia, Philippines, Colombia, Cuba, Georgia, Sri Lanka, Guatemala, Suriname, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Jordan, Vietnam, Lebanon, Yemen, are eligible to apply.

The OKP is funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and run by the Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education (NUFFIC).




    The fellowships cover travel costs, accommodation and the course fee.

    Interested candidates for the fellowship program are to submit their applications on or before July 13.

    Registration deadlines for the individual courses vary. Courses will take place in 2019.

    For more information on how to apply, click here.

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