Friday, November 9, 2012

Yale Publishing Course 2013 offers early bird discount

Pakistan News & Features Services

The prestigious Yale Publishing Course 2013 will be organized at the Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, USA, in July next. 

According to an official announcement, the Leadership Strategies in Magazine and Digital Publishing course will be organized from July 14 to 19, to be followed by the Leadership Strategies in Book Publishing course from July 21 to 26. 

The speakers in the Leadership Strategies in Magazine and Digital Publishing course will include Michael Clinton of Hearst Magzines, Amy Wrzesniewski of Yale School of Management, Cynthia Leive of Glamour, Scott Dadich of Condé Nast, Richard Stolley of Time, Inc. and People while Madeline McIntosh of Random House, Inc., Richard Foster of Yale School of Management, Kirsty Melville of Andrews McMeel Publishing and Patricia Arancibia of Barnes & Noble will share their experiences during the Leadership Strategies in Book Publishing course. 

The applications for the 2013 programmes are now being accepted and an early bird discount is on offer. The early applications will be entitled to 10% off tuition fee. 

The discount will be provided on tuition fee if the application is received prior to 11:59pmET on Thursday, January 31, 2013 and payment of tuition is made in full by February 28, 2013. 

The discount cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions. As the enrollment is limited, the prospective participants are being encouraged to apply early not only to avail the discount on offer but more importantly to secure their ticket for the Yale Publishing Course, recognized globally as inspiring, thought-provoking, and truly transformational. 

In order to foster a close relationship between faculty and students, the size of the class will be limited to 70 students per programme. 

These unique programmes afford mid to senior-level professionals access to a worldwide peer network and speakers who are exceptional industry leaders and distinguished professors from the Yale School of Management. 

Each programme concentrates on the most pressing issues facing publishers today and on building leadership and management skills. 

After five days of lectures, case studies, hands-on workshops, and one-on-one office hours with individual speakers, the participants emerge with the knowledge and expertise that enable them to meet the challenges of an ever-changing publishing landscape.

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