|Study location||Hungary, Dunaújváros|
|Type||Bachelor, full degree studies|
|Nominal duration||6 semesters (180 ECTS)|
|Course code||Social Science|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
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.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Applications are accepted from the following territories (based on citizenship): Argentina, Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Colombia, Cuba, Egypt, Georgia, India, Iran, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Macedonia, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Namibia, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, State of Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Yemen.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
The objective of the training is to train economic experts who have have acquired adequate knowledge of the communication systems in the society and of the main institutions of communication and media. Having their acquired knowledge on this field they are able to perform tasks of communication work in the fundamental institutions of social communication. Furthermore, they must have indepth knowledge that is adequate to enable them to continue with their studies in the graduate, master level. The compulsory practical internship is included in the curriculum.
During their studies candidates are required to take up to 180 credits, each semester totaling 30 credits.
There are six core modules in each of the first three semesters of the programme.
The core modules in the first year are taken mainly from the field of social sciences, communication skills and communicational theoretical knowledge.
Second year modules introduce the regulation and the specific fields of communication, and the start of the Electives and modules of specialisation extend both the theoretical and practical knowledge of the students in relation to the major chosen by them: business communication or media informatics.
In the final two semesters students are required to acquire the knowledge of the modules in their chosen specialisation and to accomplish their final degree projects and write their thesis.
Communication is the global challenge of the third millenium. The appreciation of communication and media experts means that the prospects of students after graduation are excellent and include a wide-range of professions: editor or director of radio and television programs, journalist, online journalist, web designer, anchorperson of a television or radio program, media technician, manager of public relations, marketing and marketing communication department, manager or coworker of a communication agency, etc.