A new journalism study abroad program to Africa will be offered by the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism. Students will take two classes, get hands-on field experience in the media industry, volunteer in advocacy institutions and work alongside government or service sectors in Zambia. The program will start this year in late November shortly after Thanksgiving and end just before Christmas.
Two courses offer students exposure and immersion into the conditions under which Zambia and the African media in general and journalists operate. Students experience the complexity of the economic and political environment in the news media (TV, Radio, and Magazine), advertising or marketing firms, PR organizations and non-for-profit sector. The study abroad program is suitable for students specializing in Public Relations, Strategic Communication, Journalism, Visual Communication, Peace and Advocacy Communication. A Tier 3 course is offered to fulfill a university requirement. You can also earn up to 60 hours towards your internship requirement.
You can start the application now, save an incomplete application, and then complete it days later when you have gathered all of the required supplementary materials. But you must start the application in order to secure your spot. Here below is the link but first read my entire message:
You will not be required to complete it yet if you don’t have all the requirements. That's all you have to do at the moment to complete and submit your online application. Our firm deadline for submitting a complete application is May 13, 2011. Here again is the link to the online application.
For additional information about the Zambia program, please read the following article:
Please do not hesitate to contact me (Kalyango@ohio.edu) or Ms. Catherine Marshall,email@example.com (Office of Education Abroad) if you have any further questions.