The Manila Times College (TMTC) is a private tertiary institution founded in 2003 by Dante A. Ang and owned by the newspaper The Manila Times(established 1898), the oldest daily newspaper in the Philippines. TMTC has its main campus in Intramuros and provincial campuses in Olongapo and Pampanga. TMTC was formerly named The Manila Times School of Journalism.
Its Subic campus was formerly named the George Dewey Medical College. The curriculum of TMTC for A.B. Journalism follows an apprenticeship
model, with students working in The Manila Times
throughout their stay in school. Students from
other schools that enroll for On-the-Job Training
(OJT) undergo similar training in reporting and
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EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION FOR INFORMATION OFFICERS:
Share the good news about your office. A two-week course aimed at helping Information Officers in government agencies or private companies write publishable news and feature stories, set up press conferences, deal effectively with media, and create a favorable public image. Includes hands-on experience in a major newspaper and in a television studio. Offered in Intramuros and partly online. Course starts Jan. 15, 2013. P30,000 per participant. Deadline for registration: Jan. 8, 2013.
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