Study Abroad in Paris / London

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Study Abroad in London & Paris!
Information Session on October 13 at 3:30 p.m. in OM 320
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication will sponsor another summer study abroad program in summer 2015. We will be going to London and Paris from June 8-19, 2015.
In addition to visiting some significant cultural sites in both cities, we will visit major media organizations like the BBC, The Guardian (newspaper), advertising and PR agencies and other organizations. Students will have ample time to explore both cities on their own as well.
Graduate and undergraduate students take six credit hours of coursework as part of this experience. They can choose two courses from among the following:
  • MC5310/MC 4310- International Communication
  • MC5324/4382O-Media Writing/Travel Journalism
  • MC 4376F-Strategic Communication in the UK and France

None of these courses have prerequisites.

The usual financial aid is available for the academic tuition and fees. The University also offers a scholarship program that assists many students with some of the travel costs.
For more information attend the information meeting on Monday, October 13 at 3:30 pm in Old Main.
Students thinking about going to London/Paris summer 2015 for our @sjmctxst study tour can see photos from this year at #SJMCinUK. For more information, email Harry Bowers at hb05@txstate.edu.
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