Students will better understand how media function in different countries; they will learn about the strategic use of social media in global organizations; they will better understand cultural differences; they will be able to hone their writing skills; they will network with global media professionals; and in general, they will be able to acquire a global perspective which plays a crucial role in today’s global society.
London, the capital of England, is a modern global metropolis, and world business center housing hundreds of international companies, and a thriving cultural center drawing millions of visitors from all over the world. Standing on River Thames, London has a history of nearly 2000 years and was a site for the 1948 and 2012 Olympics. Landmarks such as the Buckingham Palace, the seat of British Monarchy, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the Tower Bridge and Westminster Abbey are known as much for their history as their architecture.
Rome, the capital of Italy, is an ancient city that is nearly 3,000 years old. Remnants of the powerful Roman Empire including the Colosseum can be seen all over the heart of the old city. Rome is a treasure-house of extraordinary art and architecture and the Vatican City houses many awe-inspiring art including Michelangelo’s world-renowned frescoes in the Sistine Chapel. This popular cosmopolitan city’s cultural landmarks include the Roman Forum, Galleria Borghese, Piazza Novona, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain.
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