Master and PhD in Media and Communications at CEU, Hungary Visiting Fellowship – School of Advanced Study, London → ← One World Scholarships for Developing Countries, Austria Tweet Pocket Reddit Similar Stories LinkedIn 0 January 11, 2011 Published by Site Default +1 Deadline: 24 January 2011, 14 March 2011 with language scoresOpen to: holders of Bachelor’s degree (for a Master), holders of a Master’s degreeScholarship: financial aid availableThe Center for Media and Communication Studies (CMCS) is the hub for media and communication research at the Central European University (CEU), with a mission to advance media and communication scholarship in Central and Eastern Europe and beyond. The CMCS produces scholarly and practice-oriented research addressing academic, policy and civil society needs. CMCS research promotes pluralism, participation and the democratic potential of the media, and investigates the complexities of media and communication in transition.The CMCS encourages applications for prospective Masters and PhD students at Central European University (CEU), specializing in media, information and communication policy, and political communication. Students may apply for financial aid packages at both the MA and PhD level.CEU offers two opportunities for Master Degrees with specializations in media and communications, as well as a doctoral program:1. Media, Information and Communications Policy Stream within the Master in Public PolicyMedia, Information and Communications Policy Stream within the Master in Public Policy DepartmentThe Department of Public Policy offers a one-year MA in Public Policy with an optional specialization in the field of media, information and communications policy. The stream provides students with a unique opportunity to specialize in a contemporary and dynamic field of public policy that exposes them to the widest possible range of key policy problems.2. Political Communication certificate within the Master in Political ScienceThe Department of Political Science offers both one and two year MAs in Political Science with an optional specialization in political communication. This stream provides students with a unique opportunity to specialize in a fast-developing field of contemporary political science. They will seek a rigorous, systematic understanding and critical evaluation of how interactions between citizens and their political representatives are mediated by tools, personnel and infrastructures for mass communication and political campaigns. These techniques and agents of intermediation constitute an exciting landscape that is becoming ever more complex, diversified, interactive, user-oriented and customized thanks to the spread of new on- and offline technologies and innovations in political mobilization techniques and public opinion research.3. Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International RelationsThe Doctoral Program is operated by the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations. Much of the student work in the doctoral program is centered on doctoral student workshops and departmental seminars, during which PhD candidates also have the opportunity to interact with visiting scholars from the most outstanding European and US universities. Students are encouraged as well to spend time in the field and at another university.Financial AidThe majority of CEU students receive internal or external financial aid. For more information on financial aid see the websites of the Department of Public Policy or the Department of Political Science (under Admissions -> Financial Aid).Application processFor more information on how to apply, see here. DeadlinesJanuary 24, 2011, is the application deadline to the one-year Masters Programs in Public Policy and in Political Science for applicants who wish to take any CEU-administered admissions examinations on March 12, 2011 and/or would like to request an exemption from the English language proficiency requirement.March 14, 2011, is the application deadline for submitting applications complete with language scores.The official webpage. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Share 0
Dave Holley, CEO of the Peters & May Group says that his company has undertaken extensive research into the Australian yacht logistics market and has concluded that Aurora’s marine logistics product and market share are well suited to future growth and stability within the Australian marine market.In an offical company statement, Peters & May says that its current Australian agent, Peters & May Australia, will no longer represent the Peters & May brand or activities in any form and has no association with the brand. “Aurora, in recent years has positioned itself as the leading international yacht logistics company in Australia. This partnership will ensure Australian importers and exporters have access to the most service orientated, extensive and cost effective yacht logistics solutions in the world. It is a pleasure to work with the Peters & May network and we look forward to being able to jointly represent one another’s services within Australia”, says Jason Roberts, director and owner of Aurora Global Logistics.
Tsuneyuki Nakajima and Isao Aoki helped the senior tour team finish second with a combined 30.5 points, while the regular tour squad led by money title winner Katayama was third with 28.5.The two-day unofficial team competition featured players from each of the three domestic tours, who used three different tee boxes to make it 7,127 yards for the players from the regular tour, 6,797 yards for the senior players and 5,868 yards for the women. ICHIHARA, Chiba Pref. – Ai Miyazato racked up the most points in two nine-hole stages in the final round Saturday, leading the Japan LPGA team to victory in the Three Tours Championship.Miyazato topped her group by going 4-under-par on the front nine and finished the final stage tied with Shingo Katayama at 2-under over the last nine holes to help her team, which also included Sakura Yokomine and Shin Hyun Ju, collect a total of 37 points at King Fields Golf Club. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
Rugby League BY KILA NAO The Justin Tkatchenko (JT) Super 9’s play-offs have been postponed to next Sunday. Due to fading light conditions at the Sir William Skate Oval at Kaugere, Moresby-South, a final result could not be determined. All the matches were played on oval two in an atmosphere which produced a lot of confusion between teams and the tournament organisers that prolonged the matches for the Cup, Plate and Bowl categories. The fourth Cup play-off match between Varokou Hurricanes and Kone Storms was called off due to poor lighting. This will be played this Saturday. Despite the hiccups, SSG Roosters kept their patience to beat Southern Sons Pari 8-4 in a re-match. Their first encounter ended up with both teams locked at 4-4 at full time and also saw no change in the extra five minutes of the golden-point period. Pari in fact missed the best chance to win when a field-goal attempt by Pari playmaker David Frank went wide of the uprights in the dying seconds before full time. However, the Chiko Mairi led Roosters from Saroa village, Central Province stood tall in the rematch and were able to cap off a close shave winning by four points to advance to the Cup play-off. In the other exciting Cup tussle, Funeral Home Lauma dictated most of play after dethroning Sub-city Raiders while the Hurricanes and Storm match has been re-scheduled for this Saturday. The Cup semi-final fixtures to be played next Sunday (April 1) will be between the SSG Roosters and the Bang-Bang 36 outfit from Six-Mile while Funeral Home Laumas will play against the winner of Varokau Hurricanes and the Kone Storm clash. The two winners of this match will meet in the Cup Grand Final. In the Plate semi-final, Waidex will take on Gabagaba and Taurama Dragons will lock horns with Herom Tigers. The Bowl semi-final will be contested between the Cowboys and the Koki Eels while Rovanama will try to climb the still growing Kaukana United. The presentation will be held following the Grand Final.
720p HD 360p About Connatix V56892 1080p HD Auto (360p) Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56892 1/1 The St. Cloud State football team won 31-0 at Minot State this afternoon. SCSU led 21-0 halftime. Nate Meyer threw for 152 yards and 2 touchdowns, Jaden Huff ran for 88 yards and a touchdown and both John Pass and Anthony Carver caught TD passes.The shutout was the first for the Huskies this season. SCSU improves to 5-5 and will host Minnesota-Duluth next Saturday to close the season at 1pm, pregame on WJON at 12:30.