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Communication Management Masters Programme (120 ECTS) - 13.02.2013
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.
Our program is designed for people who are interested in learning how communication can contribute to an organization’s strategy and success as well as in society at large. Areas covered in the course are media relations, organizational behaviour, strategic communication and planning, stakeholder relations, research methodology, risk and crisis communication and marketing.
Reasons to choose this programme
- Theory combined with practice
We offer more than theory. Students will work with real communication cases as part of their studies and are offered possibilities to apply knowledge gained in classrooms when working with problems in practice.
- Centre of Communication expertise
It is possible to choose courses in advertising, propaganda and intercultural communication and include them in your degree. Why not gain expertise in those areas as well?
- International and supportive atmosphere
The teaching staff includes members from different nationalities as well as many foreign guest lecturers. The study atmosphere is friendly and supportive and we really care about your progress.
Opportunities after graduation
The Communication Management Master’s Program will prepare students for positions of leadership in communication for public sector organizations such as ministries, municipalities and also for private companies. Graduates can also be employed in communication agencies as consultants and experts. Post-graduates will be competent not only in basic operational tasks but especially in strategic communication management. Studies will also train students to become good listeners, writers and professionals with effective interaction and language skills.
Applicants should have a BA degree or similar qualification in social sciences. Studies are conducted in English and students are expected to have at least intermediate level in English language.
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