College-graduated students who have interest and experience in writing and/or development for film and television have the opportunity to continue their education in writing at the Los Angeles Certificate Program: The Writer in Hollywood. This program is offered in conjunction with Boston University College of Communication (COM). During this intensive four-month program, students will acquire the tools and knowledge needed to begin pursuing careers as TV and film writers as well as many industry contracts which will be invaluable as they enter the world of Hollywood. The program is designed to be a “bridge to the professional world” of Hollywood, and has attracted the participation of some of the industry’s most important professionals. Program Includes: Focused class study combined with internships in literary agencies, production and development offices in both film and television Industry professionals speaking to/coaching students on a regular basis One-on-one professional review and critiques of student writing Showcasing writers and their work to agents, managers, producers and executives through meetings, mailings and/or “pitch” opportunities
8-18 Darby Street, Auckland, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
The combination of academic work, field trips, and personal travel opportunities gives students a rich introduction to New Zealand life and culture.
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The Padua Italian and European Studies Program offers a semester of study in the historic and lively university town of Padua (Padova) Italy, located 20 miles west of Venice. Designed for students with no previous background in Italian, the program combines a beginning Italian language course with elective coursework in English in a variety of fields. All courses are taught by local faculty either at the BU Padua Academic Center or at the University of Padua. Excursions within Padua and to neighboring sites complement the curriculum for a truly immersive experience in this historically and artistically rich Italian region. Upon successful completion of a semester, students earn 16 Boston University credits.