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Tallinn University Master in Communication Management
Tallinn University

Master in Communication Management

Tallinn, Estonia

2 Years

English

Full time

01 Jul 2024*

01 Sep 2024

EUR 2,100 / per semester

On-Campus

* non-EU/EEA citizens residing in estonia, have a valid estonian TRP I EU/EEA citizens residing in estonia, have a valid estonian id-card

Virtual Open Doors 2024

Introduction

How do you manage internal communication within an organization? How can you anticipate crises and manage them? How do you develop a communication strategy and build good relationships with stakeholders? These questions will be answered when studying in the Communication Management Master’s Program.

This study program offers different subjects focusing on diverse paths of communication management. By studying Communication Management you will be able to design and manage communications and solve problems in an innovative way, using analytical thinking, scientific knowledge, and international best practice. You can also conduct research and find applications for the results of your research in various fields of communication. International staff will share their experiences and bring you closer to real work experience.

Why study with us?

Our study program involves more than mere communicating with people. It analyses, in-depth, the fundamental role of communication and helps to explain the process of communication. The subjects offered show that there are different perspectives, modes, and means of communication. Our program supports cultural and ethical values; its special focus is on Intercultural Communication, not only dealing with people with diverse cultural backgrounds, but also with people of different ages, genders, and social classes. The specialization module includes courses that prepare the individual for leadership in any corporate multinational or transnational organization. We aim to train communication management professionals based on an in-depth knowledge of the relationship between globalization, identity, society, and culture.

Why BFM?

Our curriculum is aimed at preparing students for competent professional interaction at the international level by teaching the necessary knowledge and language skills. We are a part of the European Masters in Intercultural Communication (EMICC), a teaching and research network of the European universities: Universität Bayreuth (Bayreuth, Germany), Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, United Kingdom), University of Jyväskylä (Jyväskylä, Finland), Universidade Aberta (Lisbon & Coimbra, Portugal), Università della Svizzera italiana (Lugano, Switzerland), Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (Paris, France), Tallinn University (Tallinn, Estonia), Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo (Urbino, Italy), Utrecht University (Utrecht, The Netherlands) and University of Warsaw (Poland).

In addition:

  • The theoretical studies are effectively balanced with the best practitioners in Estonia in the teaching process.
  • Students will work with real communication cases as part of their studies and may apply knowledge gained in classrooms when working with problems in practice.
  • The teaching staff includes members from different nationalities as well as many foreign guest lecturers.
  • Students will specialize in the field of Intercultural Communication.
  • The Baltic Film, Media, and Arts School has partnership contracts with almost 20 renowned universities worldwide and actively participates in a number of international research projects.
  • The Baltic Film, Media, and Arts School is part of the teaching and research network European Master in Intercultural Communication which unites ten European universities: the four-month intensive program Eurocampus is taught by professors from the network universities each year in a new university.
  • Possibilities for further studies at Tallinn University at the Ph.D. level.

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