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Social, strategic and new media communication. Learn to create and manage successful worldwide campaigns and digital portfolios.

Programme description
​Our MA in Communication and Media Studies will develop you into a communication and media expert.

You will hone essential soft skills (including presentation, persuasion and communication skills). You will also become a communications strategist and leader – capable of managing teams, projects, campaigns and organisations. Our graduates progress to careers in public relations (PR), media and marketing/communication roles in all kinds of organisations and sectors.

You will gain a deep understanding of interpersonal, social, strategic (planned) and new media communication, the managing of media and the planning of creative campaigns.

You will get acquainted with a variety of concepts and theories through our student-centred, project-based teaching methods – making your learning experience more impactful, interesting and practical.

Our experienced professors blend academic and professional expertise to provide you with the tools and understanding, necessary to go forward in your career as a communication expert. From psychology to digital publics, you will have a better grasp of how communication works and how to utilise your new skills to get the best possible outcomes!

Another unique benefit of studying Communications and Media in Budapest, at Corvinus, is the highly international environment and community. You will meet people from all over the world on your programme. Budapest also offers exceptional employment opportunities. Not only are there 150+ multinational companies with headquarters here, but the city is also a filmmaking hub. Plenty of Hollywood A-list actors and directors have shot films you’ve seen in Budapest!

Entry requirements:
Undergraduate degree meeting minimum credit requirements (see above)

Entrance exam:
There is no entrance exam. You must produce a valid certificate in any of the following tests before the entrance exam period (1 April) with the minimum scores stated.
-GMAT (500)
-GRE (300)
-NMAT (165)
-GMAT FE (485).

Note: meeting the minimum score does not guarantee admission, but you will be ineligible if you don’t meet this requirement. The actual threshold will be set by the Dean in late April.

Important: If you have a 5 (A) or 4 (B) grade degree from an AACSB/EQUIS accredited or CEMS member university you don’t need to submit a test certificate or take part in the interview. This only applies if you already have your degree before 1 April.”

Career opportunities

Our graduates progress to roles including:
-Media Researcher
-Communication Expert
-Public Relations (PR) Manager
-Publishing Manager
-Marketing Specialist

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