Media and Communications

The Media and Communications program, which could also be taught under various forms, such as Media Studies; Media & Communication; Communication and Advertising; it is a program focusing on the basic theories of communications, combined with state-of-the-art practical communication skills. Students study the role of media and communications both in businesses, as well as in governments and NGO’s. Students opting for this degree become familiar with the latest trends and issues in the media, as well as the tools and techniques for tackling such issues.

Subjects studied:

  • Principles of Marketing;
  • Academic Writing;
  • Second Foreign Language;
  • 20th Century History;
  • Microeconomics;
  • Mass Communications;
  • Statistics;
  • International Relations;
  • Finance;
  • Political Communications;
  • Sociology;
  • Basic Ideas in Media;
  • Media Production;
  • Social Networks;
  • Global Communications;
  • Media Genres;
  • Digital Culture;
  • Changing Audience;
  • Megalopolises: Space and Culture

You may pursue a career as:

  • Media Specialist;
  • Programming Director;
  • PR;
  • Film Director;
  • Advertising Director;
  • Journalist;
  • Editor;
  • Event Business;
  • Market Forecast Expert;
  • Social Media Business;
  • Web Content Manager.

Media & Communications – Rankings 2018

GR = General Ranking GER = General Employability Ranking

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