Studio A

Studio Size: 42ft x 21ft
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Wi-Fi, Sound System, Dressing Room, Kitchen, Toilets

Studio B

Studio Size: 68ft x 37ft
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Wi-Fi, Sound System, Dressing Room, Kitchen, Toilets

Free Trial Classes

Not sure if we are a good match for you or which style you want to learn? Free trial classes are available, one free class for each style. For more information, get in touch.

Advanced Writing and Reporting Course (AWARES)

The Advanced Writing and Reporting Skills (AWARES) programme of the School of Media and Communication (SMC) commences on a blended structure from 25th July to 4th Nov. 2022

AWARES is a flagship writing course of the School of Media and Communication (SMC), Pan-Atlantic University that focuses not only on improving writing skills but also on facilitating proficiency in research as well as critical and cognate skills.

The course will be of particular benefit to persons across fields in media and communication, including public relations, corporate and marketing communications, and those who wish to improve their general writing skills.

For Whom

Journalists, Correspondents and Reporters

Copywriters, Creative writers in advertising agencies, and corporate organizations

Scriptwriters (in Electronic and Print media)

Film Makers, Producers, Editors and Sub-Editors

Corporate executive and Public relations Officers who intend to apply creativity in writing

Those aspiring to improve their writing competence


Our facilitators comprise of industry experts and seasoned professionals with requisite knowledge and qualifications

A Professor of Cultural Communication, Emevwo Anselm Biakolo has over 26 years of University teaching in Nigeria and abroad. He has spent 15 years of journalism practice at senior editorial level and 10 years of management experience in the communication industry. He was the pioneer dean of the School of Media and Communication, Pan-African University. From 1998 – 2007 he was the Director, Communication and Publishing, Black Accents Communications, Gaborone.

Prof. Emevwo Biakolo

Ikechukwu Obiaya has a background in English having studied it at both the undergraduate and the masters levels. His Ph.D. thesis is a study of the impact of state intervention, through the NFVCB, on the Nigerian film industry. He has also carried out some studies on the audience of the Nigerian video film as well as on workers in the industry. Obiaya has a varied practical experience of the media having worked at various moments in both a broadcast house and a publishing company
Dr. Chike Mgbeadichie is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos, Nigeria, where he teaches Cultural Analysis and Critical Thinking. He holds a PhD in English from the University of Exeter, UK; an MA in Literature in English from the University of Leeds, UK; and a First Class BA degree in English from Anambra State University, Nigeria.
Chido Benedict Nwakanma is a communication strategist, marketer and scholar with extensive media and industry experience consulting in Nigeria and Africa. He has 30 years communication management experience covering roles in media, industry, consulting and education. Nwakanma’s specialties are in communication strategy development and execution, branding and identity, content development, custom publishing, media engagement, editing.

Contact Information

Isaac – 08033460440

Opeyemi Gazali – 0806 638 5629, 0805 812 7207

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