To encourage and support bright students to study journalism, Franklin College is currently launching a wonderful National Pulliam Journalism Scholarship. This funding programme intends to enable students to gain undergraduate level education in the field of journalism at Franklin College.
Franklin College offers this scholarship with the help of an endowment provided by the late Eugene C. Pulliam each year. Through this scheme, the college wants to find top talents, and prepare them to be the next leaders in the field of journalism. As the cost of higher education is on the rise, taking further education in this field can be costly for those who have limited financial resources. National Pulliam Journalism Scholarship will prove a milestone for students interested in studying journalism.
Franklin College has been a leader in providing the best liberal arts education since it was started in 1834. It became the first college in Indiana and only the seventh in the nation to admit women in 1842. It prepares its students for success in every aspect of life. The college has small classes where each student is provided equal attention and mentorship by the teachers. Franklin is a forward-looking and dynamic community. Its staff is well-educated and has always been dedicated to teaching students to think out of the box and help them transform their ideas into reality. Moreover, as a student, here you can find a wealth of opportunities that you might not expect from a small school.
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Who May Be Eligible?
Aspirants with the following credential will be recruited for this programme:
- Recipients of the scholarship must be interested in studying journalism at Franklin College;
- Applicants should be applying for an undergraduate course at Franklin College.
How to Apply
There is no need to make a formal application for this scholarship programme. Applicants will need to apply for an eligible course at the college to get this scholarship. Students who indicate they intend to major in journalism on their application for admission to Franklin College will be required to include with their application a 400-word essay to be considered for this award. Applications must include full and valid details, and be submitted with the essay on or before the application deadline.
The application must include a 400-word essay.
This scholarship will cover the full tuition of an eligible degree programme at Franklin College for all successful participants. With this generous support, students will be able to gain undergraduate level education in journalism at affordable prices.
All entries must reach the university on or before November 15, 2020.