Journalists are being invited to apply for a scholarship to allow them to, say the organisers, “study the role of English-language media in non English-speaking European countries”.
But, with a deadline of Friday for entries to be submitted, candidates will need to be quick off the mark, to pen a proposal as to why they should be receive the scholarship, worth £2500, officially called the Thyne Travel Scholarship and being administered by the English-Speaking Union Scotland.
The scholarship is open to (a) journalists who have a particular interest in similarities and differences between Scottish and other European countries’ media and (b) educators who have a particular interest in the development of media studies.
Says the ESUS: “To apply for the grant, candidates need to write a proposal saying where they would go and what they would study, and what they would do with the information they have found.”
For an application pack, email Suzanne Ensom at ESU Scotland at email@example.com or phone 0131 229 1528.