Designed to acquaint students and future media practitioners with various laws and regulations that currently impact all forms of media, this course will exam the past, present and future of media law through cases, current events and examples tha...
Designed to acquaint students and future media practitioners with various laws and regulations that currently impact all forms of media, this course will exam the past, present and future of media law through cases, current events and examples that illuminate the intricate and fluid nature of communication law. Libel, obscenity, invasion of privacy, fair use doctrine, copyright, cyberbullying and other applicable laws and regulations will be explored.
The course is intended to help students understand issues pertaining to the U.S. legal system (i.e. the First Amendment) and global communication landscape in the new era of convergence media. Students will also examine ethical dilemmas journalists face in the age of digital content delivery.
Includes overnight and day trip excursions throughout Cyprus.
This award is for semester students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above.
Students must mail their official transcript to Global Learning Semesters for verification.
This award can only be combined with our Early Deposit Discount.
Fall: April 15th
Spring: July 15th
The awards will be distributed on a rolling basis as a discount on program fees, to admitted students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above who request consideration until the spots are filled. There are 100 spots per semester.
The GPA will be verified by an official transcript received by mail.
We strongly recommend that students apply for this program before April 15th for Fall programs and before July 15th for Spring programs.
Global Learning Semesters awards the Takis Chrysanthou Honored Scholar Award to one student each semester. The student must be attending a semester-long program that is home-based in Cyprus. The award winner is selected based on academic merit, expected contribution to the group experience, and financial need.
This award is a $2,500 discount that is credited against program fees.
Spring Semester - October 15th
Fall Semester - April 15th
In order to be eligible for this scholarship a student must first be accepted into a semester-long Global Learning Semesters program based in Cyprus and then send us the following:
a copy of his or her latest FAFSA
a list of expected financial aid from other sources
an essay, not to exceed 600 words, describing what he or she will contribute to the group experience on the program
Students should mail their award application material to:
Global Learning Semesters
228 Park Avenue S #32004
New York, NY 10003