February 2020, the Month of Open Doors at CSAJ!!!
Are you interested in journalism? Do you want to learn how you can be part of a young team of professionals and how you can change the society in which we live? Come and meet us! We are waiting for you at the Chisinau School of Advanced Journalism (CSAJ) from February 3 to 28, within the month of open doors. You will have a memorable program, you will meet our students and trainers and you will be convinced that CSAJ can become your School of Journalism.
What will you at the CSAJ?
- You will get familiar with the CSAJ educational offer and you will find out how, in just ten months of studies, you can become a successful journalist;
- You will discover the CSAJ ambitious projects with the involvement of our students and graduates.
- You will discuss with the director and the academic coordinator about admission in the 2020-2021 school year.
- You will engage in dialogue with our disciples and instructors. You will have the opportunity to meet personalities from local media: Cristian Jardan, journalist, former director of Unimedia; Victoria Colesnic, freelancer; Aneta Gonța, media researcher and CSAJ director; Vitalie Esanu, founder of the first online television Privesc.eu; Stanislav Popov, director of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and Internet (BATI) and others.
- You will have the opportunity to attend a series of courses held this month at CSAJ: Social Media Marketing, Digital & Cross-platform Storytelling, Messaging Apps in Journalism and Mobile Journalism (MoJo). If you want to attend one or more of these courses, sign up by accessing the link https://bit.ly/2NQhzT5.
These and other surprises await you at CSAJ in February!
More details about admission can be found HERE.
For further information, you can write to us at email@example.com, on Facebook and Instagram or contact at the phone number 022 92 94 40.
Our doors are open from Monday to Friday, from 09.00 to 17.00. You can find us at the following address: Chisinau, Veronica Micle 1/1 Street, 2nd floor (between Armeneasca and Vasile Alecsandri streets).