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Digital Communications and Mass Media - Concentrations: 1. Journalism, 2. Radio, TV and Digital Broadcasting Media, 3. Film and Creative Media Production, BA

University of Nicosia, Cyprus

University of Nicosia

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About Digital Communications and Mass Media - Concentrations: 1. Journalism, 2. Radio, TV and Digital Broadcasting Media, 3. Film and Creative Media Production, BA - at University of Nicosia

Aims

  • To prepare students of the Diploma and BA and B.Sc. degrees for employment in the broad areas of communications, particularly in Radio/TV and Press Journalism, as well as in areas of Corporate Communication, like Advertising, Public Relations and Marketing.
  • To prepare students academically for continued MA studies in both the University of Nicosia M.A. Programme and in other English-speaking countries - USA and UK.
  • To provide students with a well-rounded contemporary background in the media area - academic and practical - so they can become leading professionals in the communication business.
  • To realise the above, the University of Nicosia aims at offering opportunities for practical applications in the University newspapers and in Cyprus radio and television channels, in commercial newspapers of the Cyprus market and in Public Relations and Corporate Communications Consultancies and Agencies.
  • Objectives

  • To provide students with the technical expertise necessary for employment in professional Radio/TV stations, or other production units, in different capacities i.e. production, editing, camera work, script writing, etc.
  • To give students a wide research background so they can work in different research capacities in media research being conducted in the market.
  • To give students a well-organised theoretical background about the history and development of the media so they can work in media positions other than production in the market, or to pursue further academic studies.
  • Career Prospects

    Graduates of the programme can be employed as online programme directors, social media strategists or public relations officers, reporters and producers in the mass media such as newspapers and magazines, public relations and advertising agencies, and state and private radio and TV channels. This programme will also prepare students to embark on careers in political communication and research and consultancy.

    Access to Further Studies

    Graduates of the programme can be accepted into Second Cycle degrees (Master's Degree).

    Entry requirements for this course

    Contact University of Nicosia to find course entry requirements.

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