Project Proposal for NRC

Survey: MS in Global Media and Cultures

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Collaborating with people from diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds *
Communication Skills *
Connecting to local communities *
Creativity *
Cross-cultural analysis *
Cultural studies *
Digital content creation *
Film/media production *
Fostering international relations *
Industry connections *
Language proficiency *
Management skills *
Media studies/analysis *
Public relations *
Social advocacy *
Translation *
Web publishing *
Working in global environments *

Campoamor Scholarship Application

Personal Information
Scholarship Questions
Please write a proposal of 400-500 words describing how you could contribute to the program for which you are applying. Would you, for example, develop a poster for advertising, compile video clips, gather on-site interviews, compile a photographic essay of your experience in the program, maintain a website during the program, speak to students at next year’s pre-program orientation meetings, and/or help the instructor compile news of the day, etc.?
Please note any special circumstances, such as financial need, that you feel should give you priority in award decisions. Please be aware that if you have outstanding debts to the Institute, you may be ineligible for a Campoamor scholarship.

By submitting this application you certify that you have no outstanding debts to the Institute that might affect your eligibility of receiving a Campoamor scholarship from the School of Modern Languages.

Certificate Request

Student Information
Certificate Details
After Graduation Address
Certificate Qualification Information
Please list all courses you have taken that apply to your qualification for the certificate you are requesting.
Please list one course per line in the following format: Course Code, Semester, Year, Credit Hours, Letter Grade Earned
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