The Semester at Sea Global Journalism & Integrated Communications Fellowship is an opportunity for students to hone their reporting, digital storytelling, and critical thinking skills over the course of a Semester at Sea voyage. Students will pitch and author articles for their host university newspaper. Selected fellows will need to work closely with their home campus newspaper editor- in-chief to approve and publish a series of articles during their voyage. Students currently pursuing a degree in journalism, communications, English, or similar are strongly encouraged to apply.
Selected fellows will receive a $3,500 grant towards their SAS program fees.
Examples from previous Global Journalism Fellows:
The University of Virginia
The Springfield Student
Student must meet all Semester at Sea admission requirements and be officially admitted to our program prior to being considered for the fellowship. To view our admission requirements click here. After admission, in order to be considered for the Global Journalism & Integrated Communication