Students residing in Asian countries are entitled to apply to The Nikkei and Columbia Journalism School Scholarship, this scholarship is to pursue a masters degree in the field of data and business journalism.
This is a five years scholarship program that fully supports the aspiring Asian students to attain their masters education in the field of Journalism.
As one of the leading and oldest Journalism School, they aimed to produce a future leader in Journalism by their educational advancement.
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in partnership with Nikkei, Inc., a company parent of the Financial Times, the publisher of the Nikkei, and the Nikkei Asian Review declared today a new $100,000 scholarship for Asian students. Hence there is no specific number of scholarship to be given, this scholarship can only be taken in The United States of America.
All students must be holding a previous degree, must provide a proof of English Language proficiency.
Students who are nominated for the scholarship and those students who applied for financial aid will be automatically deliberated for this grant and other scholarship chances. No need for a separate application.
Students must also refer to their website for further more pieces of information or contact the director of financial aid and admission: Tarin Almanzar at at169-at-columbia.edu (link sends e-mail) or at 212.854.0795.
December 15, 2017, will be the deadline for both scholarship program.