Deutsche Welle Journalism Traineeship

Apply for Deutsche Welle Journalism Traineeship

The Deutsche Welle Traineeship program covers the range of skills a journalist of the future needs: TV moderation, multimedia storytelling, data journalism, social media and virtual reality – in seminars, workshops and of course the DW editorial offices and correspondent bureaux in Washington, Moscow and Brussels.

DW trainees are involved in long-term innovative, international projects and have been honored in past years with the CNN Journalism Award and the Grimme Prize. After the traineeship, the trainees usually continue to work for DW.

DW journalism traineeship is an 18-month program which includes six months of seminars, internships in Berlin and Bonn, and placements with DW foreign bureaus (Washington, Brussels, Moscow)

Trainees will receive a salary to cover their expenses during the program.

Main criteria

For the bilingual DW traineeship, candidates must:

  • Be native speakers of a DW program language with excellent knowledge English and a good knowledge of German
  • Be English native speakers with a good knowledge of German
  • Be German native speakers with excellent knowledge of English
  • have completed a university or college degree or apprenticeship.

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