The Janno Media Award
Thanks to the generosity of Janno Media, the Janno Media Award has been created to support final year students on BA Hons Broadcast Journalism with their project. The award is intended to help support students creating podcast content.
Students must create an 8-10 part series, which will then be issued weekly for at least two months by Janno Media. We are delighted to offer a bursary worth up to £5,000 alongside a loan of field recording equipment up to the value of £1,500.
This award is extremely competitive and we will award the bursary to the applicant who most closely meets or exceeds the criteria for the award. The decision is made by an awarding committee and all decisions of that awarding committee are final.
Must be a current final year student on BA Hons Broadcast Journalism (P500)
There is one award available of up to £5,000, to be paid as a cash bursary. In addition, students can get a loan of field recording equipment up to the value of £1,500 to support their final year project. The equipment provided is to be used exclusively for the delivery of the project work for which they have received the award. The award must be used to create podcast content which forms part of an 8-10 part series.
Applicants will be asked to submit a list of costs and equipment they expect to incur in order to deliver their project successfully – this will be used to determine the amount awarded to the successful applicant.
Deadlines for applying
Applications received after 16:00 GMT (4pm) on the day of the deadline will not be considered.
Timings are in GMT:
Deadline for scholarship application
10 November 2021 at 4 pm (final deadline)
Terms and conditions for The Janno Media Award
- To be eligible for consideration for the Janno Media Award, applicants must be a final year student on BA (Hons) Broadcast Journalism - P500 (full-time). This scholarship is not available for students on part-time courses.
- Please do not send your scholarship application before or with an application to study at NTU. You must have started your final year on the BA (Hons) Broadcast Journalism course before submitting your scholarship application.
- This scholarship is open to UK and international applicants.
- Students who receive sponsorship (i.e. some or all of your tuition fees are being paid) from their employers, government or a funding body are not eligible to apply for this scholarship award.
- Applicants are only eligible to apply for a scholarship if they have enrolled on the final year of their course in September 2021.
- Applications received after 16:00 GMT (4 pm) on the day of the deadline will not be considered.
- This application form is for eligible undergraduate courses only. Please do not use this form to apply for postgraduate scholarships or research funding.
- If you meet the eligibility criteria, one award of up to £5,000 is available, plus a loan of field recording equipment up to the value of £1,500.
- The award must be used to create podcast content, with the production of an 8-10 part series, released weekly over at least two months by Janno Media. Each episode can be any length.
- The awardee must consent to Janno Media having access to the content created and consent to this being used as part of a mini-series released weekly on Janno Media platforms for at least two months. Janno Media will hold some rights to the content produced and will always credit the awardee with any publication of content.
- The scholarship will be awarded as a cash bursary and an equipment loan. The cash bursary will be paid for the start of the second term in your final year of study.
- The scholarship is not transferable and will not be awarded if you choose to withdraw from or defer your final year, or if you choose to transfer to a different course at NTU. Students must re-apply for the scholarship.
- Applicants will be informed whether they have (or have not) been awarded a scholarship (and of the value of the scholarship award they have been awarded) within four weeks of the application deadline dates.
- The scholarship will be awarded when an applicant accepts their scholarship offer. If you do not formally accept the scholarship within the deadline when requested, then NTU reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship and award the scholarship to another candidate.
- Scholarships are competitive, and selection is based on the information provided on the scholarship application form. It is, therefore, of great importance that you give your scholarship statements careful thought and preparation, and that you refer to the criteria provided.
- If your scholarship application is successful, we may ask you to become a student ambassador, or appear in online and / or printed marketing materials for NTU, such as the Alumni Magazine. For example, providing a student profile, quote, case study and photograph which may be used to promote NTU and NTU’s scholarship schemes and courses. Your name and course will be printed in the annual Donor Report. If you do not wish for us to use your data in this manner, please notify us as soon as possible by emailing NTU.email@example.com.
- As a recipient of a donor-funded scholarship, you may be expected to be involved in the following activities to assist the University in thanking donors for their donation and to demonstrate the impact that donor-funded awards have on students and NTU:
- Write a thank you letter to your donor which introduces yourself (providing your name and subject of study);
- Write an end of year report which will be shared with your donor to explain the impact that the scholarship has had on your studies and your university life – within the report you will be expected to provide your name and project details;
- Attend an introduction event during your studies at NTU, where you will:
- Meet other scholarship winners and members of NTU staff;
- Get advice on how to write your thank you letter and end of year report.
- Attend other University events, from time to time, to meet and thank donors.
- In the event that a student who has been awarded a scholarship fails to complete an eligible course or withdraws from the course and chooses to retake the course or undertakes another eligible course then the scholarship will not be applied again, regardless of the reason for doing so. Students must re-apply for the scholarship.
- In the event that a student who has been awarded a scholarship withdraws from the course or their studies are suspended or terminated (by the student or by NTU), they will not be eligible to receive the award and may be asked to repay any monies already paid to them.
- Any equipment loaned to the student remains the property of Janno Productions Ltd and must be returned to them at the end of the project. Following a period of suspension and upon resumption of studies, NTU may at its discretion, review, and where appropriate reinstate, a student’s entitlement to the scholarship.
- If a student is required to repeat an academic year of study (either in full or in part), the scholarship will not be awarded a second time.
- Students are obliged to inform NTU immediately of any change in their circumstances, which may affect their entitlement to receive the scholarship. In the event of failure by a student to notify NTU promptly of any such changes, NTU will be entitled to recover any payments made or adjust (as appropriate) the scholarship amount.
- If a student makes a false or materially incorrect declaration that resulted in NTU awarding them the scholarship, then the scholarship will be cancelled, and no payments will be made. Depending on circumstance, NTU may attempt to recover some or all of any payments already made.
- If NTU makes a payment which was not expected or where the amount is incorrect, the student must let NTU know as soon as they are aware that this has happened. NTU will be entitled to recover any payments made in error.
- NTU’s decision in all matters relating to the scholarship is final.
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