Students interested in summer Media School courses that include travel to Uganda or London may attend an information session at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Franklin Hall 114 to learn more.
Faculty members will discuss the programs, outlining the requirements, costs and application processes.
Reporting HIV/AIDS in Africa
In this course, students spend four weeks in Uganda taking classes at the African Centre for Media Excellence and interning as reporters. After their month in Uganda, students return to Bloomington to package their stories for publication in the Daily Monitor and to pitch to U.S. media outlets.
Summer in London
Students in this six-week program combine classroom learning with an internship and cultural enrichment activities. They spend 20 hours a week at a supervised internship at a British media organization arranged and supervised by Anglo Educational Services and take a course in British/European media.
Both programs are available by application only.
- Contact Katie Beck, associate director of student services, experiential education, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-856-3535.
- Learn about travel opportunities at The Media School.