|Season:||Winter Study Tour|
|On campus Teaching:||TBC|
|Pre-departure session (compulsory):||TBC|
|Application Details:||Open Semester 1 2020|
Digital storytelling and publication have broken down geographical boundaries and we now access stories from around the world on our mobile devices. The breakdown of the publishing gate keeping function of legacy media means that an ever increasing amount of content and stories are produced by the ‘people formerly known as the audience’. Being able to communicate using story telling techniques is becoming increasingly important in many professions. Understanding and being able to add an international dimension to your story telling makes it even more potent.
The unit introduces digital storytelling and journalism in an international setting. A number of international topics are explored during a two-week intensive learning experience.
Depending on the state of international media and journalism, this unit may from time to time be located in places other than Europe, Prato and Brussels. In 2020, this study tour will be located in London.
|Deposit:||$500 deposit is due at time of application|
|Total Program fee:||TBC|
All program fees are paid to Reho Study tours (Our Travel Service Provider). Payment process outlined in the MAP application portal.
*Please note that the deposit is non-refundable except in the case that your application is not successful.
Included in the program fee:
Not included in the program fee:
- Spending money
- Tuition fees. Monash students will be charged fees according to their funding status.
*Please review the full list of inclusions and exclusions outlined in the Monash Abroad Portal (MAP) and Reho Study Tours cancellation policy.
All students will receive a Monash Abroad Travel Grant.
Visa Information & Vaccinations
Monash University Health Services can assist with any vaccinations you require.
All outgoing students will receive complimentary travel insurance. To view the coverage, visit the Monash Abroad website.