The Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU

Journalism fellowship at New York University's Business and Economic Reporting program at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute

2012 Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at New York University

NEW YORK (Feb. 21, 2012) – The Wall Street Journal, in association with New York University, is now accepting applications for the 2012 Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship. The Fellowship provides promising journalists from Asia with the opportunity to participate in the three-semester masters program in the Business & Economic Reporting program at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. The deadline is March 28, 2012. […]

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Jason Leow’s Testimonial

Here’s a testimonial from Jason Leow, another alumni: I have been reporting from China for nearly six years now. Before I joined the Wall Street Journal, in March 2007, I was a China correspondent for a regional English-language paper, The Straits Times, where I covered social and political issues from Beijing and Shanghai. The highlight […]

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Serena Ng’s Testimonial

Here’s a testimonial from another alumni, Serena Ng. You can catch a video of her here. Before moving to New York in the fall of 2004, I was a reporter for a business newspaper in Singapore, writing two or three news stories a day about local companies plus the occasional feature or commentary. I enjoyed […]

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Sui-Lee’s Testimonial

Here’s a testimonial from Sui-Lee Wee about her experience on the course. More testimonials to come: Despite having one and a half years of experience reporting for the Associated Press and Reuters in Singapore, I still felt that I had so much more to learn, if I wanted to be among the best in business […]

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