MYMEDIA will provide scholarship for 8 students from Crimea, Donbas and Black Sea region for MSc in Journalism and Media Communications.
In 2014-2015 the School of Journalism of Ukrainian Catholic University will provide 8 MYMEDIA scholarship for students from Crimea, South and East regions of Ukraine. The scholarships will cover the costs of education and accommodation and will be provided by the project www.mymedia.org.ua
MYMEDIA scholarships will be granted to students from Crimea, Lugansk, Donetsk, Zaporizhhya, Mykolayiv, Odessa, Kherson and Kharkiv oblasts based on the admission examination ranking.
MYMEDIA scholarships will cover study costs and UCU’s dormitory accommodation. The decision will be made by the Admission Board with the approval by MYMEDIA.
The project www.mymedia.org.ua is financially supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, and implemented by a joint venture between NIRAS and BBC Media Action.
“A free and independent media is a fundamental part of every democratic society. This initiative aims to strengthen objective and critical journalism by providing quality education to young journalists from all parts of Ukraine. Denmark is proud to support this important work through the Danish Neighborhood Programme” - Mogens Jensen, Danish Minister for Trade and Development Cooperation.
Students from all over Ukraine are studying at the School of Journalism of the Ukrainian Catholic University, including students from Crimea, Donetsk, Kherson, Zaprorizhhya, Mykolayiv, Odessa and other regions.