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Communication students are welcome to St. Gallen Symposium (2)

Students interested in journalism and mass media from Turiba University have a unique chance to cover the 48th St. Gallen Symposium, a global forum organised entirely by students.

48th St. Gallen Symposium, which will take place at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland from 2–4 May 2018., seeks twelve students with excellent English skills to author 3–5 by-lined articles while working with experienced editors. To provide different perspectives on this year’s topic, the students must have a talent and passion for reporting and stylistic writing. Travel expenses will be covered and participants will be housed with students from the University of St. Gallen.

The St. Gallen Symposium is the world’s premier opportunity for an intergenerational debate on issues of management, politics and civil society. It will bring together top-executives and the world’s brightest young minds, who will discuss next year’s topic Beyond the end of work. <http://www.symposium.org/topic>.

We are proud to have welcomed renowned participants in previous years, such as Tony Tan Keng Yam, President of the Republic of Singapore, Larry Harvey, founding Board Member and Chief Philosophic Officer of the Burning Man Project, or Dambisa Moyo, International Economist and Author.

All relevant information can be found on www.symposium.org/magazine-team<http://www.symposium.org/magazine-team>.

For further information, feel free to contact organisers directly or have a look at website<http://www.symposium.org> and Youtube channel.<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OQIl8LqsuE>

08.11.2017

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15.11.2017. 09:44
I am always pleased to hear that modern students take part in such massive scientific events as symposiums and conferences. Our future depends on our youth, so we must support our students with the best efforts.
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