The one-year Master’s in Communication Studies starts in September and February. This internationally oriented programme is taught entirely in English and leads to the title of Master of Science (MSc). The Master’s programme in Communication Studies is only available on a full-time basis.
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The Master’s programme is worth 60 credits and has three specializations, each focusing on a key aspect of Communication Studies:
There is also a pre-Master’s programme in Communication Studies for students who do not meet the requirements for direct admission to the Master’s. For more information, see Pre-Master’s programme in Communication Studies.
The Master's programme is taught in English.
You can start in September or February. More information about admission and application deadlines.
The Master’s programme is offered on a full-time basis, with a study load of about 40 hours per week. We do not offer evening or weekend courses.
You will choose your specialization before starting the programme. The first semester consists of compulsory and elective courses. The second semester is the in-depth phase in which you carry out your final Master’s thesis project.
The academic year is divided into two semesters, each with two blocks of seven weeks of classes. Each block is followed by a week in which only a minimum of classes are planned, leading up to two examination weeks. Throughout the programme, you will work closely in small groups with teaching staff and fellow students in a welcoming atmosphere that is highly conducive to active learning.
You can find more information about the structure of the programme and the course descriptions on the specializations pages.