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Your customized Media School experience
Hands-on opportunities, expert faculty, overseas travel and more combine to prepare you for a lifetime of success in whichever media you choose.
Report on HIV in Uganda. Make a film in Prague. Or intern in London. Because you won’t find the most compelling stories by sitting at your desk.
Broadcast in the state-of-the-art Beckley Studio. Take in the news on our 24-foot high-definition screen. Experiment with virtual reality in the game lab. We’ve redefined the word “classroom.”
Canon 80D DSLR cameras. A Microsoft Hololens. Avid Composer workstations. Train on the tools you need to tell your story.
Take a class with a Hollywood producer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a former vice president of Saatchi & Saatchi or any of our internationally ranked researchers. Your mentors are experts in your field.
Work with faculty to explore human morality, news bias and more as part of a research team, and answer the questions that matter to you.
Develop your own video game. Broadcast for the campus radio station. Intern for The New York Times. A Media School education only begins in the classroom.
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Our students are becoming experts in their fields. Their work spans disciplines and encompasses what it means to be a student at The Media School.See all student work
Nov. 14, 2019 5:30 p.m.
Franklin Hall commons