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Robert Bosch Stiftung
International understanding, or Völkerverständigung in German, is a core issue of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, one of the major German foundations associated with a private company. Established in 1964, it represents the philanthropic endeavours of Robert Bosch (1861–1942), focussing on the fields of science, health, international relations, education, society, and culture. In its early years, the Stiftung focussed its activities on Germany’s neighbours France and Poland. Today, it is running programs with all 27 EU member states, other European neighbours, but also the US, Japan, Turkey and India. Between 1964 and 2011, the foundation has made available 1.1 billion Euros for projects. Since 2006, the Stiftung has an explicit China program. Scholarships, exchange programs, round tables and online projects aim at bringing together German and Chinese stakeholders from the fields of law, media, education, academia and culture.



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International Media Center (IMC)

The International Media Center at the University of Hamburg encourages freedom of the press domestically and abroad. The IMC provides international exchange programs with Asian, African, European, Latin and Northern American countries, in order to strengthen the global journalistic dialogue, independent media and free reporting. With its nonprofit programs it aims to make a lasting contribution to the intercultural understanding. In cooperation with the Chair in Journalism and Communication Studies, the IMC can use synergies in international journalism education, research and advancement of freedom and human rights. It is committed to the common welfare and the promotion of media institutions domestically and abroad. It is both politically and denominationally independent. The IMC cooperates with leading research institutions, media networks and foundations worldwide.



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Global Journalism Institute at Tsinghua University
The Global Journalism Institute at the Tsinghua University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Beijing was set up with a mission to promote Chinese journalism in a global perspective. The Times Higher Education Ranking 2010 ranked Tsinghua University as an internationally leading university. The School of Journalism and Mass Communiation is one of the leading journalism schools in China. The founding of the Global Journalism Institute was aimed at carrying out research and training projects to advance Chinese journalism in a global landscape. To strengthen and institutionalize the friendship between China and Germany, the Global Journalism Institute has struck a cooperation agreement with the International Media Center. It emphasizes on the exchange of knowledge about journalism in Asian and Europe as well as on joint research projects.
Program Partners
Training in China
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Media Networks
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Program in Germany
International Exchange
Learn from the best
Media companies host Medienbotschafter fellows for in-house training in China's and Germany's best newsrooms.
Media Networks
Medienbotschafter fellows gain insights from the CEOs, publishers and key journalists at media networks in Germany and China.
Alumni Association
Our alumni network, the Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk, strengthens the relations between journalists in Germany and China.
News
Read interesting reports by our Chinese and German fellows as well as the latest news about the Medienbotschafter-Program.
Tandem Fellowships
In addition to the three-month stay we provide research fellowships for alumni and their counterparts in Germany and China.
Alumni
Since 2008 over 128 journalists from the leading media companies in China and Germany became media ambassadors.
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