Bachelor in Journalism and Social Communication

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Program Description

About program

As a graduate of Journalism and Social Communication, you will be prepared for work as a journalist, reporter or editor; for using network communication tools; gathering, editing, and selection of news; creating radio reports and TV documentaries; montage; as well as for leading political and advertising campaigns! We offer full-time and part-time studies.

We will prepare you for work in:

  • public and commercial television,
  • news desks in the mass media,
  • local or nationwide press,
  • editorial teams of web portals,
  • public relations agencies,
  • artistic agencies,
  • advertising agencies,
  • media houses,
  • institutions and organizations keeping contact with the media,
  • as a freelance journalist.

It is worth studying Journalism and Social Communication at our College! Advantages of the programme:

  • Professional teaching staff with both academic and practical experience.
  • Student internships in prestigious institutions at home and abroad!
  • The possibility of participating in the Erasmus programme.
  • Modern teaching methods facilitating personal development during the studies.
  • The possibility of consulting a career counselor free of charge.
  • The possibility of taking part in nationwide journalistic workshops.
  • Practical education.
  • High scholarships already from the first year of studies.
  • Cooperation with the Polish Television in Lublin.
Last updated May 2019

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