BAScienze della comunicazione / *IN ITALIANO*
|Study location||Italy, Siena, Palazzo San Niccolò, via Roma, 56 - 53100 - email: email@example.com|
Publishing not elsewhere classified (JACS P490)
|Nominal duration||3 years (180 ECTS)|
|Awards||BA (L-20 BA in Communication Sciences)|
The tuition fee is calculated according to the country of origin and ranges from a minimum of € 756 to a maximum of € 2406 (per year). You can calculate the amount to be paid per year at this link.
|Application fee||€40 per programme
You will receive an e-mail with the payment instructions.
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Italian.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Procedures at the Italian Diplomatic Representatives
EU citizens – Non EU citizens with regular permit to stay – Italians with degrees obtained abroad
Applications are accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): World.
Knowledge of the Italian Language
Network society, big data, digital culture, information society, creative and cultural industries, media and public sphere: professionals in the new knowledge economy are required to have a historical and theoretical understanding of its structure and development, as well as a critical approach to cultural and creative processes and practices, to its management problems and to its political and social consequences. The course fosters this knowledge through training in critical thinking and research, combining it with communication practices and techniques (journalism, social media, advertising, information technology, web content management).
The three-year degree course in Communication Sciences is taught in Italian.
Class MIUR: L-20 Class of degrees in Communication Sciences
Duration in years: 3
Training credits: 180
The skills acquired will enable the students to understand the relationship between society and the media with a critical perspective relevant to:
journalism (print, radio, television, online) corporate communication (advertising and marketing) political, public and institutional communication, ICT (including applications for mobile devices).
All these professional fields increasingly need specific skills not only in concrete application practices but also in methods of analysis and textual criticism, essential for the correct design of the message and for the success of communication in both the public and private sectors. Graduates in Communication Sciences will be able to use their multidisciplinary experience to intervene professionally in various social, economic and technological sectors of the media and to manage with competence and effectiveness the social and cultural impact of media discourse.
This is a partial example of the possible employment opportunities offered by the course:
Experts in the transfer and processing of information, Marketing experts, Advertising and public relations experts, Experts in cultural services, Experts in public relations, Experts in the organisation of trade fairs, conferences and cultural events, Journalism and multimedia communication, interaction designers.
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