Global PR body to fund comms scholarships

The global body that promotes international PR is to fund four scholarships for students studying Masters degrees in communications.

Global PR body to fund comms scholarships
Global PR body to fund comms scholarships
The Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communication Management’s ‘Global Alliance Scholarship’ will pay for half of the tuition fees for Claudia Bocelli from Italy, Sukanti Ghosh from Oman, Kornelia Kneissl from Germany and Karin Fischer from Italy.

All will study the Executive Master of Science in Communications Management Program (MScom) at the University of Lugano, Switzerland.

This is the second time the scholarship has been awarded.

It is specifically for students living outside of Switzerland.

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