A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Programs in media and communication can prepare students to become communication professionals with a strong foundation in the history and theory of communication. The ability to analyze visual culture helps facilitate the practical production portion of the curriculum.
Romanian university qualifications highly appreciated and recognized in Europe and beyond, lowest tuition fees and living cost in Europe. The Romanians have an old and rich history, especially in the capital Bucharest with its 2 million people. International students willing to study in Romania can apply either to the Ministry of Education and Research or to the chosen Romanian university, in order to receive the Letter of Acceptance.
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With the expertise of the two masters - Communication, Humanitarian and Solidarity (ICOM) and Media, Development, Society (FJSC), this training aims to professionalize communication and journalism in the field of sustainable development and solidarity. [+]
With the expertise of the two masters - Communication, Humanitarian and Solidarity (ICOM) and Media, Development, Society (FJSC), this training aims to professionalize communication and journalism in the field of sustainable development and solidarity.
The program - entirely in French - is aimed equally at journalists and communicators in the region with the aim of sustaining training in this priority area of CIS, a field that has developed significantly only after the transition. The Master's degree offers specific training likely to promote the integration of the social and solidarity dimension in organizations in general and in NGOs in particular. The program is not only aimed at training competent journalists but also at training project managers or development actors capable of designing and running regional projects and partnerships and international solidarity.... [-]
This MA Programme is organized and hosted by the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies of the University of Bucharest. [+]
This MA Programme is organized and hosted by the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies of the University of Bucharest. It is endorsed by Government Decision no. 581/2013 on Accreditation of university master degree programs and on the number of students that can be enrolled in the academic year 2013-2014, published in Monitorul Oficial, Part I no. 500 of 08.08.2013.
Tuition Capacity: 50 master students
Transferable Credits: 120
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)
No. of hours per week: 15 (5:30 p.m – 8:30 p.m.)
The MPCG curricula courses are integrally taught in English by reputed professors of the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, as well as from other prestigious faculties/universities in Romania and in other EU countries (visiting professors involved in the Erasmus Programme)... [-]