Monsanto’s public relations master classes are coming to India in a big way.
The company is holding a series of lectures in New Delhi this week and is hoping that it will attract the right students.
Here are the top 10 questions we have been asking students:Why did you choose the Monsanto PR master course?
Did you have a specific project to launch in India?
What are the key skills needed in PR in India that you want to learn?
How can you apply those skills to your project in India and to your job?
Why are you applying for the Master in PR?
Do you have any special skills that you hope to gain from this course?
Are you looking for the best position in PR and want to get an MBA, M.
Ed. in PR, MSc in PR or an MSc and MSc with a focus in PR at the same time?
What is the difference between the PR master classes and the Master of Public Relations (MPR) programs?
How do you plan to use your master’s degree?
What was your first impression of the Monsanto masters program?
Have you attended any seminars in the past and what do you think of them?
If you have some ideas on how you can apply them to your current project in PR/PR management, what would you like to see from them?
Are there any courses that you would like to apply this master’s program to?