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Summer school of journalism

AS IN PREVIOUS years, the Office of Slovaks Living Abroad (ÚSZZ) has prepared, in cooperation with the School of Journalism at Comenius University’s Faculty of Philosophy, the Summer School of Journalism for young Slovaks living abroad and working as journalists. The one-week course, attended by journalists from Serbia, Croatia, Romania, Ukraine and Sweden, took place between August 9 and 15.

AS IN PREVIOUS years, the Office of Slovaks Living Abroad (ÚSZZ) has prepared, in cooperation with the School of Journalism at Comenius University’s Faculty of Philosophy, the Summer School of Journalism for young Slovaks living abroad and working as journalists. The one-week course, attended by journalists from Serbia, Croatia, Romania, Ukraine and Sweden, took place between August 9 and 15.

It was the seventh edition of this programme, the ÚSZZ reported on its website.

The journalists became acquainted with the system of media in Slovakia. Apart from lectures and practical training they also met top Slovak journalists and visited news agencies as well as electronic media outlets.

Apart from cultural and historical sights in Bratislava they also visited a folk ceramics workshop and the Museum of Ľudovít Štúr in Modra.


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