Entry level and design awarded Academy berlin, may 2, 2011 two full scholarships for B.A. marketing communication and B.A. communication design Berlin. Together with entry, a portal for professional orientation, the design Awards Academy berlin, school of communication and design, two Bachelor’s degree full scholarships for degree programs marketing communications and communication design in the value of each just under 25,000 euros. Who wants to apply, must deal with a current topic: Internet bullying. In many ways the Internet has help simplified direct contacts via email shorten the communication or long distances, reviews in forums and blogs in the decision-making process and on social networks, contact can be maintained to otherwise forgotten acquaintance but there are also downsides. Of them get one primarily students and young adults to feel: the Internet-bullying or cyber-bullying.
Online bullying takes on new dimensions. Nasty that have done the rounds in the schoolyard is now in a very short Time available anywhere. Instead to be forgotten after a few days, they remain online indefinitely and provoke as regularly new bullying attacks, which add up to a degree intolerable for those affected. But what do the anonymous attacks on the net? To raise awareness among the target audience for the topic and finding solutions, this question is exactly the task for the application to the Bachelor’s degree full scholarship at the design Academy in berlin. Scholarships candidates for the areas of marketing communications, and communication design to deal with the problem and find appropriate ways to address their peers through appropriate communication activities and to draw attention. The exact tasks, as well as the terms and conditions can be found online at who wants to meet the College in the scene district of Kreuzberg in Berlin in advance, has numerous opportunities to do so in the next few days and weeks: the three-day trial study TRYba provides interested parties insight into the later study everyday life of Bachelor’s degrees.