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"The Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC) is a national, not-for-profit organization founded in 1984." Their "principal objective is to help public affairs professionals succeed in their work by providing them with forums for professional development, the exchange of new ideas and networking."
"The Public Relations Society of America, based in New York City, is the world's largest organization for public relations professionals. The Society has nearly 32,000 professional and student members."
"The Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) is an organization of men and women who practice public relations in Canada and abroad. Members work to maintain the highest standards and to share a uniquely Canadian experience in public relations."
"The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging leaders in partnerships to shape global, regional and industry agendas."
The following seven institutions provide advanced standing to graduates of Seneca's Corporate Communications program:
"[Rutgers] holds two places in their Master of Communications and Information Studies program for Seneca grads every academic year. To qualify, the grads must have an A (4.0) average and apply within three years of receiving their Seneca certificates. They must have a letter of recommendation from the Seneca CCM Coordinator and must complete the Rutgers admission process. On acceptance they can transfer in six credits from the Seneca program."
"Cape Peninsular University of Technology ... guarantees three Seneca graduates admission to its Magister Technologiae in Public Relations Management program each year provided they have a B+ average and a letter of recommendation from the Seneca CCM coordinator. They can receive advanced standing in as many as four courses and modules in the MTPRM program depending on their performance in specific subjects at Seneca. "
"The University of Stirling ... guarantees admission to three Seneca graduates to the online version of its MSc/Diploma in Public Relations program every year. They have to apply within three years of graduating from Seneca, must meet Stirling's normal admission requirements and must have a B+ average. On acceptance, the applicant will be awarded 40 credits and will be exempted from two of the modules in the program which comprises seven."
"The University of Central Lancashire, Preston, England, guarantees three Seneca grads each year admission (online) to its MA Strategic Communication program provided they have a B+ average and a letter of recommendation from the Seneca CCM coordinator. On meeting the admission requirements, Seneca grads are admitted to Level 4 of the UCLan program."
"RMIT University ... will admit Seneca grads with a minimum B+ average into the second semester of their MA Communications program provided they apply within four years of having received their CCM certificate and successfully complete RMIT’s normal admissions process. The RMIT program is based on the theories and principles developed by Dr. James Grunig."
"The University of Western Sydney ... will admit an unspecified number of Seneca grads into its Master of Professional Communication program each year if they have a B average, successfully complete the regular UWS admissions process, have a letter of recommendation from the Seneca CCM coordinator and apply within three years of receiving the CCM certificate. They are granted advanced standing in the MPC program which allows them to complete it in one semester."
"Edith Cowan University ... has just come on as a Seneca CCM partner. ECU allows an unspecified number of Seneca CCM grads to be admitted into its Master of Professional Communications program provided they have a B average, successfully complete ECU’s admissions process, have a letter of recommendation from the CCM coordinator and apply within three years of receiving the CCM certificate. They are granted advanced standing in the MPC program which allows them to complete it in one semester."