Communications is a study field that deals with human communication processes which aim to share the meaningful information. Communication studies look into different contexts and examine how the information is interpreted. Researchers aim to explain human communication issues and usually focus on empirical methods as experimental design, surveys, focus groups, interviews and quasi-experimental design. The discipline also is based on sociology, psychology, biology, political sciences, economics, anthropology, public policy, mathematics, information science and etc. The study field is closely related to modern information sharing technologies such as radio, television, mass media, social-networks. Graduates can work in advertising, marketing, public relations, radio, television, writing, publishing, journalism, electronic journalism, PR or online media.
The MICM attracts students from across the globe who possess a broad spectrum of professional interests and experience.
Hoy en día, es imprescindible que los profesionales de la comunicación dispongan de una visión integradora de todas las técnicas digitales e instrumentos de comunicación que existen, y de ahí pasar a una consolidación total de todos los canales de comunicación que tenemos a nuestra disposición.
Recent political and economic changes in Europe have increased the demand for specialists in the field of international relations. To meet these needs, the Institute of International Studies introduced a program focusing on International Relations.
The International Marketing Communications Programme is run jointly by France Business School (Poitiers) and the University of Greenwich. Students who choose this programme will therefore study both in the UK and in France and obtain Master's Degrees from The University of Greenwich and France Business School.
The M.Ed. is designed for teachers in elementary education, secondary education, and special education who wish to improve and expand classroom skills to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population of students, focusing on learning, development, information technology and counseling. .
After graduating, a student shall demonstrate the following knowledge: He has in-depth knowledge of the various groups, trends and cultural institutions, functioning in a democratic society, he has an extended knowledge about the specifics of working as a photojournalist, photo editor, graphic designer and working in the studio and in the open air, he has an in-depth knowledge of the processes and phenomena occurring within the constantly interacting social groups in the psychological and communication dimension.
Saarland University offers a Master's degree programme in one of today's most dynamic and expanding technical fields: Computer and Communications Engineering. The objective of the programme, which has been developed jointly by the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Mechatronics, is to give students a comprehensive understanding of the modern technologies deployed in today's mobile communications systems.
The aim of the graduate programme of Diplomacy and International Relations is to prepare highly qualified specialists and analysts who will possess the skills to analyse and to evaluate the evolution of international relations, including the major changes and events in this field and the reasons for these changes.
The programme is organised by the Centre of Language Studies. Within this research institute, language and communication specialists from Radboud University Nijmegen and the University of Tilburg work closely together. You will also be able to follow a number of lectures in Tilburg. Our programme is known to be challenging, but it also offers students a very large degree of choice.
The aim of the Programme is to prepare an advanced social worker who is able to research contextualised practice and act integrating and developing professional knowledge, skills, values, enhancing the solution of human interaction and personal relation with environment problems.
Our MSc Psychology is an advanced fast-track conversion course that combines the award of a Masters with eligibility for the Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) with the British Psychological Society.
This programme is an opportunity for in-depth study into the interactions between politicians, experts, mass media and the public, and how this interaction influences how contemporary environmental problems are perceived, described and coped with.