Step 2: Submit Official College Transcript
Applicant must send sealed official college transcript to:
Office of NYCS Admissions
The King’s College
New York, NY 10004
Step 3: Submit Resume
All programs require a current resume, which may be uploaded when submitting application or emailed to email@example.com.
Submit a journalistic resume. (See sample resume, paying close attention to the format.)
Step 4: Submit Cover Letter
All programs require a cover letter which may be uploaded when submitting application or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students should answer the following questions in their cover letter:
- Why do you think you are an ideal applicant?
- What are your strengths and how will NYC Semester help you grow?
- What do you plan to accomplish during your semester away?
Cover letter: Write a cover letter to a potential newsroom employer about who you are. See sample letter.
Clips: Include 3-5 clips of your best published journalism work. They should represent your best published work and original reporting. Do not submit more than 5 clips. Personal blogs will not count. If you have your own blog you would like to share with us, you may provide the link in addition to your clips. We can make exceptions for applicants who are doing something in journalism but do not have a journalistic outlet at their school.
Answer the following questions in your cover letter:
- What kind of internship would be of interest to you?
- What are your favorite plays and musicals, and why?
Step 5: Submit Recommendation Letter
Recommendation letters should be written by the student’s academic advisor or a faculty member who can attest to the student’s character and academic ability. The applicant will provide the recommender’s name and email address in the application, and the recommender will receive an automated request to submit the recommendation.
Step 6: For International Students
If you are an international student, please visit the Admissions Information for International Visiting Scholars and Students for additional admissions information.