JSJCs has signed an MoU with IndiaSpend to pitch and produce data journalism stories in multimedia formats.

Jindal School of Journalism and Communication (JSJC), has signed a partnership with the University of Oregon to offer a short-term study abroad program on climate change and the environment in the summer of 2022. This is the latest of 20 international active student mobility collaborations and agreements that JSJC is offering to its students, according to input from PTI.

Recently, JSJCs have also agreed an MoU with IndiaSpend, a data journalism website, which allows students to use data from the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) to pitch and produce data journalism stories in multimedia formats.

“The international collaborations are part of JGU’s commitment to providing its students with a global learning experience and span from leading universities in Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and institutions in Peru and Malaysia.” C Raj Kumar, founding vice chancellor and professor of OP Jindal Global University, said.

JSJC offers several semester exchange programs with international universities including University of Sydney, University of Oregon and Hong Kong Baptist University along with a dual degree program in partnership with Queen Mary University, London.

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