Summer camp in Bulgaria open to young journalists worldwide
Posted on: 03/02/2010 International Experience, Study Abroad, Young
Journalists Deadline: 20/06/2010 Region: Worldwide
High school students worldwide who are interested in journalism, writing
and personal development are invited to attend an Educational Summer Camp
in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria from July 4 to 24. Deadline to apply: June 20.
All courses will be taught in English. In addition to the aforementioned
topics, the curriculum includes sports, field trips to the Rila Monastery
and Sofia, movies and other activities.
The summer program is organized by the American University in Bulgaria.
The camp fee is 510 (about US$710).
For more information, visit www.aubg.bg/
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