Bachelor Online Open Days on 12 & 13 March

The bachelor’s programme in Communication Science at the University of Twente will prepare you thoroughly for finding a good job. The combination of academic knowledge, our communication design approach and our emphasis on practical projects is the royal road towards the labour market. The career prospects for communication scientists are generally good and as a communication science graduate, you will be equipped for various work areas. You can find a job in many sectors, for example in the commercial sector, at a consultancy agency, the media, public or semi-public bodies, or at a research institution.


To give you an idea of the possibilities, we’ve listed 12 of the most frequently occurring positions acquired by our Communication Science graduates:

  • UX (user experience) Designer
  • Big Data, Search & Conversion Marketer
  • Campaign Manager
  • Media Designer
  • Social Media Agent
  • Online Privacy Specialist
  • Marketing & Communication Policy Adviser
  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • Public Relations Officer
  • Crisis Manager
  • Trend Watcher
  • Copywriter and SEO Marketer


After getting your bachelor’s diploma you will have the Bachelor of Science title. With the Communication Science Bachelor’s, you can enter our Master’s in Communication Science. Most BSc graduates choose this option. The Master’s offers three focus areas to choose from: 

  • Organisational Communication & Reputation
  • Technology & Communication
  • Digital Marketing Communication & Design
  • Communication Science

    MSc1 yearFull-timeEnglish
    This one-year, English-taught Master’s degree will make become a highly valued communication specialist, equipped to help people and organizations navigate technological advances and societal shifts.
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