In this Department, we explore media and communication – the Internet, printed media, film, radio, and television – in the context of politics, technology, the history of ideas, psychology, and social engagement. The Department strives to stay abreast of technological progress, which shapes the development of media and communication, through academic programmes including media production, managing PR campaigns, online journalism, and digital marketing.
Our B.A. and M.A. programmes conceived by young and experienced lecturers offer our students a theoretical grasp of contemporary communication and media, expert knowledge, practical skills, critical capabilities, as well as self-confidence, for a successful career. By working individually and in teams, we exchange ideas and knowledge in various forms of media, such as comics, film, podcasting, street art, GIF and meme art. Through professional practice and mentoring, our students acquire the necessary skills to work in marketing and PR agencies, traditional media, and new digital media.