2015 British Council Future NEWS Journalism Competition for Undergraduates (Fully Funded Conference in Edinburgh, Scotland)

Application Deadline: 24th July 2015.

What: The Future NEWS, a three-day event on 4, 5 and 6 September 2015, will bring together more than 100 young people from across the world.

For Whom:  Undergraduates

Does journalism excite you? Have you got what it takes to share the future’s news with the world? Then we’ve got news for you – you could be the next star in print and broadcasting!

British Council, in partnership with UK media and UK schools of journalism, are offering undergrads (18 – 25 year olds) a chance to go to Edinburgh in September for the Future NEWS Conference. 

This year is themed ‘the Business of News.’ Show us your writing skills by entering our competition and stand a chance to win a place at the Future NEWS Conference 2015 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Eligibility:

  • Applicants need to be between 18–25 years old.
  • Applicants need to be in possession of a valid passport and able to travel to the UK.
  • Applicants need to be available to travel over the first week of September and attend the Future NEWS Conference in Edinburgh over 4–6 September 2015

Requirements and Benefits

  • Future NEWS, a three-day event on 4, 5 and 6 September 2015, will bring together more than 100 young people from across the world.
  • British Council, in partnership with UK media and UK schools of journalism, are offering undergrads (18 – 25 year olds) a chance to go to Edinburgh in September for the Future NEWS Conference.
  • During the conference, you’ll get a chance to engage with media and journalism professionals and learn key skills that will separate you from the rest!

How to Enter:

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the 2015 British Council Future NEWS Journalism Competition for Undergraduates

1 COMMENT

  1. […] Future News Worldwide is a unique partnership programme between the British Council and some of the world’s leading media organisations. It aims to assist young people to develop a wide range of journalism skills and to establish the UK as a global leader in the nurturing of young journalists and media figures. […]

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