Media courses for researchers: communicate skilfully
Whether on television or on Twitter, the media has its own set of rules. With advice from our experts, you can learn how to deal more professionally with the media.
Science is in the public spotlight. Politicians, the media and society expect researchers to explain, ask questions and provide answers.
Do you want your research to reach a wider public? What is you core message? In the SNSF courses, you practice making a strong media appearance with the help of our media experts. Be it facing the camera or speaking on the radio, or be it in print media, on social media or during video interviews and video conferences: you can learn how to use simple and precise language to present your research in a way that generates interest and gets to the heart of your research.
Producing concise videos for social media
Videos are one of the most important formats in the world of social media. Everybody can learn to produce good videos these days - both technically and in terms of design. The two-day workshop takes you step by step from idea to finished video. Basic knowledge of an editing program for mobile phones is required.
Media training for researchers from abroad
On 25 June 2022, a special media training session offers researchers from abroad the opportunity to practise interviews in a Swiss national language. The course will be held in English.
These and other courses will take place as of May - space is limited so sign up soon!