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Columbia Journalism School

Columbia Publishing Course at Oxford University

Sep 1—27
20 days
Oxford, United Kingdom
USD 8100
USD 405 per day

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Description

The course is aimed primarily at recent university graduates but other applicants are not discouraged. Many students have worked in publishing briefly and would like to broaden their understanding of the field or have decided to make a career change from an unrelated field.

While most applicants have studied English and the humanities, many have degrees in other disciplines such as art, economics, business, law, music and the sciences.

Students with a demonstrated interest in publishing have always gained the most from the course. Many types of interests, work or volunteer experiences can be considered related to publishing, including:

  • Publishing work placements
  • Photography, graphic arts, sales or marketing experience
  • University or school newspapers, literary journals, blogs, etc.
  • Bookstore, library and/or office experience

Because of other available educational opportunities, the course does not emphasize instruction in journalism or creative writing. Applicants with writing experience who seek new ways to apply their skills within the world of publishing – as editors, publicists, designers, marketing and business managers or publishers – are encouraged to apply.

Experts

Shaye Areheart is the director of the Columbia Publishing Course, both in New York City and in Oxford, England. For thirty‐one years, she worked as an editor at Doubleday and Company, now Doubleday Knopf, and at the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House, Inc. She began her c...
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