Noida, India (PressExposure) February 24, 2012 -- With a new enthusiasm of learning about the studies abroad the students of WLCI welcomes the delegates from UK Miss. Cath Hurst and Mr. Phill Matheys on their visit to Delhi.
Ms. Cath explained the traditional way of studies that happen in London and the importance of self studies in the creative's. Not forgetting to appreciate the Indian Students Miss Cathy said that the pupils coming from India are very hard working.The duo interacted with the students of various departments individually and saw their projects and profile works. Enumerating the differences they said that the colours that are used in Indian works are predominantly of a wider range.Seeing the Photo albums and the edited films they were very keen to know the software's that are used as the editing platform.They saw the movies displayed by the students and appreciated the works that the students do while reporting.
The WLCI Media School was established in 2002 with a vision of providing young people with comprehensive training in different fields of Media Studies.WLCI Media School offers professional level programs in journalism, radio programming & production, television & video production and advertising & marketing communication.
Among the popular institutes and colleges in India offering mass media courses, there is WLCI media school, with a vision of providing young people with comprehensive training in different fields of mass media communication and creating proactive and responsible media professionals. The School offers programmes in Media Production and Mass Communication for undergraduate and postgraduate students. These programmes are industry-driven and are designed to train you for exciting careers in Media.
Media is one the fastest growing industries in India today. The speed and reach of communication technology and the glamour associated with it, has made Media one of the most coveted professions in the country. The Media Industry requires young professionals who are not only well-informed and exceptionally communicative but also skilled in all aspects of media production.