Journalists in residence program

DEADLINE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2019.

The Stigler Center Journalists in Residence Program provides a transformative learning experience for up-and-coming journalists from around the world, working in all forms of media. It aims to shape the next generation of leaders in business reporting.

The program will take place over approximately 12 weeks at our Hyde Park campus, during which selected participants will audit classes, participate in events, collaborate with peers, and socialize with the university’s greatest scholars. Participants will choose their own classes at Chicago Booth. Examples of classes include The Firm and the Non-Market Environment with professor Marianne Bertrand and Crony Capitalism with professor Luigi Zingales.

REQUIREMENTS?
Working journalists who have some years of media experience and are proficient in English are encouraged to apply.

BENEFITS?

  • Reimbursement for economy-class airfare to/from Chicago and SEVIS and visa application fees
  • A stipend* of $12,000 to cover living expenses over the twelve-week program
  • World-class training in business fundamentals at Chicago Booth free of charge
  • Participation in seminars and workshops at Chicago Booth and across the university
  • An opportunity to write for the ProMarket blog
  • Interaction with Booth faculty and students as well as other program participants
  • Designated study space
  • Certificate of participation upon successful completion of program

TIMELINE?
The application for the 2020 program is now open.

Applications must be received by 11:59pm Chicago time on Sunday, October 20, 2019.

The program dates are from approximately March 23, 2020 until June 13, 2020.

Read more here.

APPLY HERE

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