- Location: Can work remotely
- Salary: unpaid
- Duration: permanent
08/10/2020 Posted 1 month ago
Affairs Today is a global student media outlet with an initial focus on global business and politics, destined for anyone interested in or curious about such affairs. Over the course of the journal’s life, Affairs Today has expanded to include interviews, lifestyle, travel, career, and top tips articles. The journal was founded in February 2013 in Glasgow, where we remain headquartered; however, we have staff around the world, with a leadership team housed in over 3 countries. Our primary aim is to bring a student point of view to top business and politics news in order to share those perspectives with fellow students and the greater world. Today, Affairs Today has a 42-member team and includes people from around the world. We are always growing. If you are interested in working with us, please visit our Write for Us page. We’d love to hear from you.
In order to become an Affairs Today contributor, you must meet one of the following requirements:
You are currently a university student (any degree type)
You will be a university student in the next 12 months
You were a university student in the past 12 months
If you do not meet our student status requirement, please feel free to submit a Readers’ Article instead.
We encourage writers from ALL countries, provided that you have a decent command of the written English language. You will need to submit the following:
You resume or CV, written in English
A sample article of 500-1000 words that fits into one of Affairs Today’s categories. Please do not submit academic essays you have written for university.
Please attach your sample article, CV and covering letter. You will need to attach both documents as one file: please include your CV first, a cover letter and then the body text of your article after;We are also keen to see what our readers have to say, so if you wish to contribute a one-off article or do general freelance work for us, you can do so by filling out the form below, following the above steps. We strongly believe that sharing knowledge amongst peers is a fantastic way to learn, and gain new perspectives and insights on any topic. We therefore welcome any articles contributed by our readers in which they might express their opinions on current affairs or cast a new light upon them. If you have something to say, please give it a try and send us your article. The best articles will be featured on Affairs Today and read by its whole community of readers. Articles should be between 500 and 1000 words.
For more information please see our website www.affairstoday.co.uk
An interest in economics, politics, world news, arts & culture
Strong writing skills
This is a voluntary position that does not require you to travel anywhere. All you need is a laptop and internet connection.