Study International Public Relations in London 2015

Study International Public Relations in London Summer 2015!

From the tower of London to Westminster Abbey’s soaring arches, this London-based seminar offers students the opportunity to live in one of the most cosmopolitan cities while interacting with and learning from international public relations practitioners.

The seminar will be held May 31June 26, 2015 at Regent’s University in London. Dr. Ashli Q. Stokes, Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and co-author of Global Public Relations: Spanning Borders, Spanning Cultures will lead this year’s seminar. The Public Relations in the United Kingdom program is designed to acquaint students with the complexities of public relations practice in an international setting.  In addition to classes led by Dr. Stokes, students will attend lectures led by some of Europe’s leading practitioners and educators, work on internationally-themed projects, and take part in field trips to public relations firms and other relevant organizations throughout the greater London area.

Students will attend classes directed by Dr. Stokes during the week at Regent’s University London, located in the heart of central London just a short distance from Buckingham Palace and world-famous shopping on Oxford Street. Classroom coursework will be supplemented by visits to various international public relations and related organizations.

Space is limited to 18 students and spots are already being filled. Past attendees have come from schools all over the nation. Don’t miss your chance to study PR in London!

Interested students may also contact Dr. Ashli Stokes for more information.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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