[Edprof] Please share with your students: Two spots left in multimedia study-abroad program in France

Rachele Kanigel rkanigel at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 22:37:51 PDT 2011


Dear Journalism Educators,

Please share with your students: We still have two spots left in this
program. Applications will be accepted until they are filled.*

STUDY MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE THIS SUMMER!*
 *June 23-July 23, 2011*

Do you dream of becoming a foreign correspondent? Do you want to learn
multimedia storytelling skills? Do both this summer and have the time of
your life with the multimedia journalism program in Perpignan,
France<http://ieimedia.com/blog/the-perpignan-project>co-sponsored by
San Francisco State University and the Institute for
Education in International Media (ieiMedia) <http://ieimedia.com/>.

The program is open to English-speaking students from all colleges and
universities, as well as recent graduates. Instruction is in English (except
French classes) and students work with interpreters to report and shoot
their stories. Preference is given to journalism, media, film or mass
communication majors and students with experience on a college or
professional publication.
Students spend four weeks studying international reporting, blogging,
multimedia storytelling and videojournalism -- as well as French language
and culture -- and report on the community of Perpignan, a charming Catalan
city near the Spanish border. They then create a multimedia website
aboutthe city (see last year's project
here <http://inperpignan.net/>).

*About Perpignan*

Perpignan<http://www.creme-de-languedoc.com/Languedoc/city-guides/perpignan.php>lies
in the sunny Languedoc region of southwestern France, 8 miles west of
the Mediterranean and 19 miles north of the Spanish border, within sight of
the Pyrénées. The city, which passed back and forth between French and
Spanish rule over the centuries, features a charming, pedestrian-friendly
historic quarter; a daily market; several arts festivals in the summer; and
lively night life. Watch the fireworks shot over a 14th century fortress on
the 14th of July (Bastille Day). Try escargots and other regional
specialties at the local tapas bars and sip coffee at the sidewalk cafes.
Lovely Mediterranean beach towns like Collioure and Argelès-sur-Mer are just
a short bus or train ride away.

*Features of the program:*

   - Study with top international journalism professionals who have worked
   in France, Mexico, Australia, Italy and the Democratic Republic of Congo
   - Live in air-conditioned studio apartments with free Internet access,
   kitchenettes and private baths in a modern
hotel<http://www.citea.com/en/apparthotels/perpignan/citea-perpignan>
   - Study French at a respected language academy
<http://www.alfmed.com/>(students are divided into two groups --
beginner and intermediate; other
   accommodations can be made for students fluent in French)
   - Travel on two free three-day weekends to nearby beach towns, the French
   Riviera, Barcelona, Paris or other cities in France or Spain
   - Tour French media outlets and local historic and cultural attractions

 *Program fee: *$4,995 plus airfare (includes tuition, housing, ground
transportation, equipment, cultural activities).
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through Feb. 1, 2011.
Students are encouraged to apply early since the program may fill before
that. Late applications will be considered if spots are available.

*Click here for more
information<http://ieimedia.com/blog/the-perpignan-project>and
application <http://ieimedia.com/blog/common-application-2>. *


-- 
Rachele Kanigel
Associate Professor of Journalism
San Francisco State University
415 338-3134
rkanigel at gmail.com
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Come to France with me this summer! Find out more at
ieimedia.com<http://ieimedia.com/blog/the-perpignan-project>
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