Application deadlines: 15 January
International tuition: €14,850
Domestic tuition: €8,000
Communication is more than having a conversation. If you are reading a newspaper, watching a documentary or texting your friend, you are involved in communication. Communication is becoming increasingly important. The role of communication and media in society is the central theme of the Bachelor's in Communication Science. In this programme, you will study the content, use and effects of communication and of various forms of media, from radio and television to newspapers and the internet.
This program can be done
1. Secondary School Diploma 2. English Proficiency TOEFL IBT: 92 points overall and 22 points for each sub-score (TOEFL institution code: 9011) IELTS (Academic test): 6,5 Overall and 6,0 for each sub-score Cambridge Assessment English Certificate in Advanced English: 170 Points Overall and in each skill Certificate of Proficiency in English: 170 Points Overall and in each skill 3. Mathematics Proficiency 4. UvA Matching for International students
The career prospects for communication scientists are generally good and there is a variety of job opportunities open to them. Some examples of jobs currently held by our graduates include: Producer or editor; Communications adviser at a company, cultural institution or government body; Media planner; Campaign manager of a political party during the elections; Marketing executive of a big publishing group; Strategist at an advertising company; Spokesman of a company, a foundation or the government; Journalist.