Online workshop with BBC expert for senior journalism students from Armenia

Online workshop with BBC expert for senior journalism students from Armenia


The EU-funded ‘European Media Facility in Armenia. Building Sustainable and Professional Media’ project invites third and fourth-year journalism students from Armenia to join workshops conducted by BBC journalists.

The workshops on multimedia (David Hayward) and storytelling (David Nolan) will take place on 12 and 13 April. 

Each online workshop will last 2.5 hours from 18:30-21:00. Simultaneous English-Armenian translation will be provided.

The deadline for application is 30 March.

The project also provides an opportunity for a four-month internship with Factor TV.

Find out more

To apply click here.

To learn more about the internship opportunity at Factor.TV, please follow these links one and two

CLOSING DATE

March 30, 2022



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