Boston University Academy Of Media Production

640 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA, 02215 - School Map Map

School Notes Overview:

Boston University's College of Communication is dedicated to the proposition that the free flow of ideas and accurate information is vital to the development and improvement of democratic societies. The College mission is to provide an educational center of excellence focused on teaching, research and service in the study and professional practice of communication...... more

School Overview:

County Suffolk County, MA
Program Name Boston University Academy of Media Production
Program Type Training in communication-related fields
Number of Students 60 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades 9 - 12
Ages Accepted Age 14 - Age 17
First Session Start Date July 6
First Session End Date July 31
First Program Weeks 4 weeks
Founding Year 1989
Application Date 5/4/2023
Tution Cost $4815
Summer School Type Residential

School Notes:

  • Boston University's Academy of Media Production is a four-week, hands-on program for high school students interested in the may aspects of media production. In the workshop environment, students write, direct and produce their own short films, news programs, documentaries, commercials, radio programs and webcasts. Outside of class, AMP students have the opportunity to explore the rich history and culture of Boston. Students participate in numerous planned evening and weekend activities, including a Boston Movie Tour, beach trip, Blue Man Group, Boston Harbor Cruise, a comedy show and more.
  • All interested students are encouraged to apply. While admission is on a rolling basis, no applications will be accepted after May 4, 2009. Early applications are encouraged.
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