Mentors – University Expeditions

Mentor led expeditions

Your chance to teach media and science learners in the heart of wild Africa

MENTOR LED EXPEDITIONS

Bring your students on the experiential learning expedition of a lifetime. We host university and college student groups on our wildlife and environmental media training programs. As their mentor, this offers you an opportunity to enrich your students’ learning. You can join your students free-of-charge as they explore and learn in the African wilderness.

Experiential training in

Wildlife Photography

Environmental Journalism

Underwater Photography

Wildlife Filmmaking

Quick info

Student portfolios

Our interns produce documentaries, wildlife / underwater photographic portfolios and journal articles. Please click to see some of our students past work

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FAQ's answered

Everything you need to know about putting together a mentor led student expedition with Africa Media

FAQ’s answered

Expedition cost

Please note, the expedition prices quote exclude international airfares, but includes internal travel, tutoring, meals, accommodation, equipment, game reserve costs. There is no cost for student mentors apart from international travel.

  • 1N – 6N    : 150 USD / Night / Student
  • 7N – 20N : 120 USD / Night / Student
  • >20N        :  80 USD / Night / Student

Expedition dates

These expeditions are can run for any duration that a mentor requests, but we suggest a minimum of 6 nights. Dates, we can arrange these programs on any date from 1st January to the 30th of May annually. 

Expedition syllabus

The syllabus is customisable, and we are happy to work with you to ensure it is satisfactory to your course. We feel that the syllabus best provide environmental journalism, wildlife photography and wildlife videography aspects. If students would like to partake in underwater photography, then they are required to have SCUBA certification and their could be additional travel expenses as the underwater photography can take place in Mozambique or Durban. In Africa the daily work would focus on tutored practical training and experience. The content collected would then be taken back to the home university for post production under the mentors supervision.

Student testimonials

Many of our students have taken the time to write about their experiences with Africa Media. You can view these here: VIEW TESTIMONIALS

FAQ’s

Everything you need to know about putting together an experiential training expedition for you and your students. 

EDUCATIONAL

Come experience what Africa Media can offer during a complementary educational before bringing your students

PORTFOLIOS

View a selection of our alumni interns videos, wildlife and underwater photographic portfolios and written articles

TESTIMONIALS

Read what our past alumni say about their experience on Africa media’s various experiential learning training programs

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