Apply for The Tab Fellowship at Strathclyde
There are ten spots
The Fellowship is a remote internship recognised by leading media companies, available to the most talented student journalists and writers.
Fellows will provide sharp reporting on campus life, and will also have the opportunity to cover important stories for the national site, and contribute to Babe, the fastest growing women’s site on the internet.
There are ten spots on The Tab Fellowship at each university.
Tab Fellows produce three stories a month for The Tab. They work with a campus editor and a professional journalist in London to write quality stories with sharp angles. Rewards include limited edition Tab merchandise, LinkedIn recommendations from senior journalists, and internship opportunities at The Tab’s London office and our media partners.
To apply, go to writefor.thetab.com.
Shaving the day one head at a time
You’ll learn how to slip over gracefully on ice
You can sign up to be a writer, too
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Probably not the hills
Who can refuse a munchie box?
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Early Adopter until I die
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When they get it wrong, they get is so, so wrong
The woman hasn’t stopped!
Can really imagine Thomas having a scrap over the peas in Toby Carvery
Never underestimate the cultural impact of Love Island
Spotify girlies are crying rn waiting for Wrapped 2022
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