Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School
The Communication Management programme offers different subjects focusing on diverse paths of communication management. It offers systematic knowledge of modern communication theories, methods and applications. The programme creates opportunities not only to design and manage communication, and not only to solve problems innovatively by using analytical thinking, scientific knowledge and the best international practice, but also to conduct research and find applications for research results in various fields of communication. The international staff members share their experiences and bring students closer to the real experience of jobs.
Different students might be interested in this programme. For example those who desire to become creative thinkers, able to produce innovative solutions in the field of communication management. Covering a wide range of different but interconnected subjects, this programme best suits the needs of those interested in communication, marketing, sociology, intercultural communication and general humanities. Young people who wish to live abroad or to work in community development projects might also find that this programme suits their needs.
Our programme 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 programme 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, social classes etc. The specialisation module includes courses that prepare the individual for leadership in any corporate multinational or transnational organisation through a deep knowledge of the relationship between globalisation, identity, society and culture.
The Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School has partnership contracts with almost 20 renowned universities worldwide and actively participates in a number of international research projects.
Duration: 2 years
Cost: € 1800 per semester.
Scholarship for one student from Georgia or Ukraine will be granted for two years by the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia.
Study language: English
Study form: Cycle studies
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