Faculty of Sociology and Social Assistance
MA in Communication, mass-media and society (in French)
This MA programme has a duration of four semesters accumulating 120 credits. The curriculum is based on the transferable European credit system, corresponding to the 2nd French higher education cycle.
The teaching language is French, and the teaching staff includes French and Romanian professors. The assessment of the level of French is made during the interview. The candidates who do not have a satisfactory level of French are granted a grace period of one semester to improve their level.
This MA programme creates favourable circumstances for the interdisciplinary study of social and human sciences, communicational sciences, the sociology and anthropology of communication, research and analysis methods of mass-media and communication, as well as the communicational strategies and practices within the organizations. The programme is intended to develop a specialized and professional study upon the information sector (press, publicity, audio-video, the new media and the new information and communication technologies) and upon social communication (companies, organizations, institutions.)
The students will have the opportunity to participate at the annual French-Romanian Conference in the field of communicational sciences and other activities held by the University Agency of the Francophonie and by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Bucharest. Other opportunities of study are offered by the French universities partners in the ERASMUS programme.
The graduates of this MA programme may compete for the following institutions:
The graduates of this master have been accepted for internships in Brussels, at the Economic and Social Council, at masters level M2 in France and at Ph.D. programmes in Romania or France. The majority of the graduates work in marketing and communication departments within French institutions: (French Institute) of companies of French capital (Orange, Lafarge, Renault – Dacia etc.) and in mass-media (journalism, film, publishing etc.)
Last updated at: February 23, 2012.