Students are treated as PR Pros from day 1. Which means lesser theory and more direct work.
(Here in a session on Content Strategy with Ashraf Engineer, Principal Consultant, Pitchfork Partners)
Organising the world’s largest PR summit is amammoth task & a major project for students, who also get to meet (& learn from) with the biggest trendsetters of the PR world.
(Here at PRAXIS 2016, Amby Valley)
PR Moment Conference
PR Moment hosts knowledge & networkingplatforms in which SCoRe students get free access.
(Here at PR Moment Conference 2016, Mumbai)
India’s leading Corporate communications teams give projects to run PR campaigns as PR firms.
(Here with Corporate Communications heads of Godrej Group, Mumbai)
The final leg of the programme involves micro internships – students spend 2-4 days at India’sbiggest PR firms learning directly from PR pros how the show is run.
(Here at Webershandwick, Mumbai)
Reputation Today Conclaves
Two conferences organised by Reputation Today Magazine host business leaders speaking onreputation management, & are co-built by SCoRe Students.
(Here at RepToday Conclave Bangalore)
SCoRe students get an invaluable opportunity tomeet with & learn from global heads of PR firms who are otherwise nearly inaccessible for media students.
(Here with Guillaume Herbette, CEO, MSL Group, Bangalore)
As virtual PR Pros, students get an opportunity towork as PR consultants, and taste the success of seeing their stories published – a rare feat for students.
(Here a coverage of The Happionaire Series by New Indian Express)
SCoRe rewards excellence, & scholarships are givento high performing candidates.
(Here Prerna Porwal, Class of 2017 was one of two recipientsof the VishwaJeet Ganpate Memorial Scholarship)