Structure and contents
The Bachelor in Communication is a three-year course of theoretical studies combined with a series of practical tools for the understanding and management of communication and its political, economic and socio-cultural implications. To obtain the diploma in Communication, students must earn 180 ECTS, choosing one of the three following specialisations:
- Business, markets and society,
- Media Studies and Journalism,
- Culture and Communication Technologies.
Students will be asked to choose the specialisation within one-month from the beginning of the courses of the first semester (the specific date will be announced). The choice will be accompanied by information sessions with the specialisations' responsible.
The courses are taught is in Italian with a number of courses given in English, especially from the third year.
Overall, the programme has a few unique features:
- Courses that provide solid basic theoretical knowledge of communication sciences.
- Courses, in the way of skills, that provide applicable tools and spendable both during the course and in the world of work.
- Focus on languages. The programme is in Italian with various courses in English, especially from the third year. An English language level equal to advanced B2 is required (courses are offered to make up this training debt and acquire internationally recognized certificates). The specialization "Culture and Communication Technologies" includes compulsory skills in French or German. Other language courses are offered optionally for interested students.
- Various training methods and opportunities: traditional ex-cathedra lessons, workshops, seminars, individual and group work, company visits and other teaching methods are part of the course.
- Optional international exchanges with other universities: especially in the fifth semester, the student can spend a semester on mobility at prestigious partner universities.