As someone who works within public relations (PR), you will be responsible for the communication and management on behalf of an individual or organisation. This is an important role as it can affect the reputation of said individual or organisation, and therefore impact the success of their business, brand, product or service. As the rise of social media and the online world continues at a rapid pace, public relations are becoming increasingly integral in the marketing and communication process.
When studying for a masters in Public Relations, you will build on the knowledge you gained at undergraduate level, and advance your skills and abilities. Some examples you could study are:
Russia is the largest country in the world, and is home to more that 144.5 million people. It also has a highly educated population, and entry into Russian universities can be competitive, with scientific and technological degrees being the most popular for both domestic and international students. You will consistently find more than 15 of Russia's universities in the top 500 of the QS World University rankings.
Want to see undergraduate courses? See undergraduate degrees in Public Relations in Russia
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