Start planning now for Spring Semester 2017 in Italy with
the University of Jamestown and ieiMedia. Courses in Renaissance
lit and history, plus travel writing and multimedia storytelling.
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May 27 – June 24, 2016
Anchored by a striking Renaissance palace, Urbino lies in central Italy’s Marche region, nestled between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. Work with top professors and award-winning media professionals, including two Pulitzer prize-winners, to produce content for a website or print-on-demand magazine.
May 26 – June 24, 2016
The sights, sounds, aromas, food and people of the French Riviera are as varied as the terrain, making this the perfect place to practice multimedia journalism. And this year, we’ll beat the heat; the average high for Nice in June is 72℉, compared with 85℉ in July. Get home in time for a summer job – or apply for an add-on internship in Nice for a total of six credits.
Armagh, Northern Ireland
July 1 – July 31, 2016
The oldest city in Ireland, Armagh has a history and culture as lush and vibrant as the verdant fields surrounding its rocky slopes. Spend the month on a writer’s journey through the culture, history, politics and people of Ireland, guided by master writers, journalists and teachers. The next new voice that you hear in contemporary Irish literature may be your own.
June 20 – July 19, 2016
A meeting place of ancient and new, holy and secular, Jerusalem is a gathering spot for foreign correspondents from around the world. Get a taste of the global journalist’s life by studying with veteran Middle East correspondents; then go into the community to report your own stories.
June 4 – July 1, 2016
A striking city along the Mediterranean Coast known for its magnificent beaches, Valencia blends the medieval with the modern. The third largest city in Spain, which prides itself as the birthplace of the seafood dish paella, Valencia offers students the opportunity to work as foreign correspondents and produce a website featuring print, photo and video stories.
June 25 – July 9, 2016
This 2-week travel journalism program will take place in Croatia’s two largest cities (Split and Zagreb) and will include many of the region’s most intriguing tourist locations. Croatia has become one of the most popular destinations in European travel.
June 2 – June 30, 2016
Cover the big global stories of our time, from the heartaches of Syrian and African refugees surging through Europe to the stresses that threaten the very existence of the EU. Or delve into Tuscany’s cultural side, and explore the arts, the food and the daily life of one of the world’s loveliest regions. No matter what your interest, you’ll be mentored by award-winning international journalists, photographers and professors, who will help you develop the stories you care about.
May 26 – June 26, 2016
Norway, the home of the vikings, the midnight sun and… rock shows?! Dig deep into Oslo’s explosive music scene with an all-access backstage pass to the Norwegian Wood Rock Festival, access to area rock venues and then produce an international edition of Philly-based JUMP magazine for U.S. audiences. Or explore Norway as an interpreter or a journalist delving into life stories in one of the world’s most beautiful countries.
June 13 – July 11, 2016
From our base on the campus of the American College of Thessaloniki, students will meet with media experts in the region and work with a team of experienced media professionals to create a multimedia publication about the people, places, politics and economy of the region. It’s a prime location for reporting on the Syrian refugee crisis and the ongoing debt crisis within the European Union.
For many years our Institute has considered the safety of our students and faculty first in selecting sites for our programs. We will not run a program in a location where there is a State Department travel advisory in effect.
Our programs are not run in areas that are typical tourist destinations. In the few exceptions, our locations within tourist areas are not in the main stream. Since ours are not travel programs, we follow the roads less travelled and seek to mingle with locals in low profile situations.Applicants are encouraged to consult their site directors concerning safety issues at any of our sites.