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The Young Media Fellowships program provides career development opportunities in Australia for promising young Indian print and television journalists. The AIC will award three Fellowships in 2012, which will each provide a financial grant of AUD $7,000 (approx Rs 3,15,000) to cover international airfares, domestic travel, accommodation and other expenses. Recipients will spend three to four weeks in Australia researching and writing stories for publication or broadcast in India.
The Australian Studies Fellowship aims to allow Indian scholars of Australian Studies to undertake research in Australia. Applicants must be employed as academic staff or be undertaking research degrees from a recognised Indian University. The awardees will spend up to 10 weeks in Australia between June 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013.The Australian high commissioner to India, Peter Varghese AO, said, "These two AIC Fellowship Programs provide an excellent opportunity to Indian journalists and scholars to discover and develop a better understanding of contemporary Australia. These programs are designed to encourage long term networks between Indian and Australian journalists and scholars." "Programs like these promote people-to-people linkages between our two countries and further strengthen the bilateral relationship," he added. Applications for both the programs close on April 30, 2012.Application guidelines and forms can be downloaded for Young Media Fellowship at http://www.dfat.gov.au/aic/aic_ymf.html and Australian Studies Fellowship at http://www.dfat.gov.au/aic/asf_study_australia.html .
Courtesy: Times of India
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