14 exceptional journalists to attend University of Westminster’s programme
Journalism and Mass Communication 22 April 2013
International high-flying journalists have arrived in London to attend the exclusive Chevening South Asia Journalism Programme which is run by the prestigious department of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Westminster’s School of Media, Arts and Design. The eight-week course is sponsored by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and will allow the scholars to also undergo a two-week internship with leading British media corporations.
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