A PG Programme built by PR Professionals, for the PR profession

SCoRe has collaborated with PRCAI and is being supported by many reputed PR companies for curriculum, mentoring, internships & jobs.

Our Flagship Programme

Post Graduate Programme In Public Relations (PGPPR)

The 10-month Post Graduate Programme in Public Relations by SCoRe is designed to create the most powerful public relations professionals of India for the coming years.

   Programme Begins on 1st August, 2020

   Application Deadline 31st May, 2020

Why PR with SCoRe?

SCoRe is created by the professionals, for the professionals.

Located in India’s financial hub Mumbai, SCoRe has a solid team of professionals in the Advisory Board & Academic Council. SCoRe transforms students into professionals who are Street-smart, Courageous, Outstanding, Restless and Ethical (no matter what).

A SCoRe programme is covered in 10 months which typically takes two years. It includes a series of master classes, guest lectures and interactions.

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SCoRe Values

The Values that PRSchool believes in and embeds in students - to become:

Street-smart — For a tough world

Courageous — For a rough ride, to take initiative, and tackle difficult challenges head-on

Outstanding — In every efforts to achieve my maximum professional capability

Restless — To learn, acquire knowledge and progress

Ethical — No matter how big the stakes and how tough the competition is

5000

PR Professionals will be recruited by 2021

3.6 Lacs

Starting salary of a PR Professional

93%

PR firms believe there is acute shortage of talent

100%

SCoRe students get quality internship and placement

Think a Career in PR. Think SCoRe!

LIFE @ SCoRe

SCoRe provides a very enriching experience.

At SCoRe, you perform as a professional from Day 1 – the lifestyle, the experience and the learning.

career opportunities

SCoRe students are guaranteed placements and internships in India’s top PR firms. Take a look at the opportunities

“There is a wealth of ideas and knowledge in the world of PR, which does not reach the students of PR.”

– N S Rajan (MD, Ketchum Sampark)