RTDNF Canada was established by RTDNA Canada in 1978 to offer financial assistance to students in Canada.
This year, eight scholarships will be awarded to Canadian students, bringing the total amount awarded to students by RTDNF Canada to more than $389,000.
You must be currently enrolled in a Canadian broadcast or digital journalism course at either a college or university.
You must be a Canadian citizen, landed Immigrant, or hold a Canadian work visa.
Entries must be produced and written by the entrant(s). No more than a team of two can submit one entry. If successful, the scholarship would be divided equally between team members.
The total scholarship presentation time must not exceed 30 minutes. Entries can be edited for time.
A cover letter must be submitted including a short description of your submission including any highlights or challenges you would like to feature such as topic selection, research, interviews or reaction to the finished story.
Submissions are limited to one (1) per applicant per scholarship. An entry cannot be submitted in more than one category – unless the story is substantially different for another platform. All submissions must have been produced for a school assignment in 2022-2023.
All entries must be submitted online.