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    Saturday, 21 September 2013

    Poynter's News University is offering free training for journalists across the globe





    It is either you are a practicing journalist already. Or maybe you are aspiring to be one. Either way, there is a new, interesting bargain here.

    Poynter's News University is offering you a unique opportunity to bring your dream to reality. Yes, you could train as either a print, electronic or a online journalist with the university for free.

    Honestly speaking, you do not have to leave your office, country or house and travel abroad for this training. It is done online. Therefore, with your computer or blackberry, you are indeed off to school.

    But, here is what Sandy Johnakin told me January this year, via my gmail account:

    Hello Emmanuel,

    Thanks so much for your interest in Poynter's News University.

    The Poynter Institute is not a degree granting organization. We are accredited only for continuing education in the field of journalism without giving certification.

    We would welcome your use of any of our self-directed courses to train students in your area since registration with NewsU is free.
    Check this out:
    For journalism e-learning visit http://www.newsu.org
    For news about journalism visit http://www.poynter.org
    Join our Twitter stream at wwww.twitter.com/newsu

      Truly the university has offered me the unique opportunity to recruit aspiring and practicing students here in Nigeria for the various training programmes. Take time out to visit the site please  

    1 comment:

    1. Hope this is not a school without building. How come no certificate?

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