The Wahlgrenska Foundation announces seven scholarships in different categories, and The Journalist Fund for Further Training announces scholarships for journalists, with a connection to Sweden, who works in the field of journalism research and media research at a university or college.
Wahlgrenska Foundation Scholarships
The largest category within the announcement from Wahlgrenska Foundation is the general scholarships. There are five scholarships of SEK 100,000 each. On their website, the foundation informs that applications from younger doctoral researchers with well-defined projects will be given priority.
The scholarships may apply to studies of the mass media – such as the press, radio and television or computer media of different kinds – their conditions of production, content and forms of expression, and their spread and significance for society and for people’s thinking and daily life existence. The perspective can be local, national or transnational and refer to history, present or future.
In addition to the general scholarships, the Wahlgrenska Foundation also announces two specified scholarships, one with a focus on science journalism in Sten Jacobsson’s memory, and one with a focus on “fake news”. The amount is SEK 100,000 for these scholarships as well.
For information on how to apply Wahlgrenska, please consult the announcements on Wahlgrenska Foundation’s website. On the website, you will find the requirements for funding, the application form, and submission guidelines. The deadline is 16 September 2022.
The Journalist Fund Scholarships
The Journalist Fund for Further Training announces scholarships for scientific studies totaling SEK 200,000. Each scholarship is a maximum of SEK 75,000.
The scholarships can be applied for by journalists, with a connection to Sweden, who works in the field of journalism research and media research at a university / college. The fund informs that the applicant must have worked as a journalist for at least four years.
The scholarships only refer to research work in connection with a doctoral dissertation or within four years after completing a doctoral degree.
To see the full announcement, please visit the Journalist Fund’s website. The deadline is 10 August 2022.