ADMISSION ALERT: SCoRe invites applications for Post-Graduation in Public Relations

0
1

New Delhi: SCoRE has announced admissions for its full-time online programme for Post-Graduation in Public Relations. The institute is offering two fully paid fellowships which will be taken care by India’s leading Independent PR agency New Delhi based PR firm Kaizzen under Kaizzen Fellowship – through which the firm will fully fund the tuition fee of two candidates belonging to financially weak backgrounds. In addition several scholarships for students are available too.

The 10-month long programme – Post Graduation in Public Relations (PGPR)-is ideal for graduates looking to build a strong foundation for a career in Public Relations and Corporate Communications and it begins on 14th August 2020. Selected candidates can also opt for PGPR Lite – a version of the programme that can be completed completely online, without the students having to relocate to the campus in Mumbai.

Applicants will be shortlisted based on a written test and virtual interview. The final date to apply is 10th August, and the list of selected candidates will be announced on 10 August or within 72 hours after completing the admission process.

Eligibility

Any graduate who can commit to eight hours of learning per day may apply

Course fee

PGPR Lite Rs. 1.6 Lakh + GST* (*Rs. 1.5 Lakh + GST for candidates who sign up before July 30)

How to apply: Visit www.scoreindia.org

About SCoRe

The School of Communications and Reputation (SCoRe) is a premier institute of Public Relations created by the Indian PR community. Founded in 2015, the institute is dedicated to uplifting talent in Indian PR profession through education, training, and research. Located in India’s financial capital Mumbai, SCoRe offers a full time, Post Graduate Programme in Public Relations. The institute handpicks 20 driven youngsters from across the country each year to be trained by leaders of PR consultancies and communications teams. SCoRe is also a part of The Public Relations Consultants Association of India (PRCAI), and The Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communications Management (GA), which help the institute bring global cutting edge knowledge, insights best practices in public relations education to current and future PR professionals. In 2020, SCoRe partnered with Quadriga University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, for exchange of knowledge, faculty and students.