The goal of the Master is to develop and train media and communication professionals, public servants and commercial entrepreneurs about the key characteristics and market conditions of modern digital media. We provide a thorough analysis of key production, distribution and marketing processes within media organizations as well as other companies in contemporary digital and social media environment.

Our students also gain specific knowledge about the digital revolution of communication technologies in a globalized context, including cultural, political-economic and social elements that are shaping new business models for all companies, media and non-media. In order to let students familiarize with the professional world, the Master offers internships at companies who operate in the media sector as well as companies require creating and distributing online or mobile content to reach larger audiences on a global scale.

Employability Data

Over 90% of MMM graduates are employed one year after graduation, finding their first job very quickly, in less than 3 months on average, mostly in the Communication and Media industry or pursuing an academic career.


  • Employed                         90.9%
  • Average Time to job*        2,7 months
    (50% within 3 months: 15% before graduation / 35% 0-3 months)
Place of work %


  • Ticino
  • Other Swiss Cantons



Italy 29.4
Other Countries 14.7


Industry %
Communication - Media 52.5
Teaching, Education and Research 13.0
Industry 7.5
IT, Web 7.5
Public Administration 3.0
Consulting - Strategic 4.5
Service - Tourism 4.5
No Profit 1.5
Health and Social Services 3.0
Retail 1.5
Banking and Financial Institutions 1.5


Function %
Accounting 9.8
Research 5.5
Entrepreneurship 1.6
IT 4.6
Marketing 9.8
Media and Communication 54.1
Operations 1.6
Product Management 1.6
Programme and Project Management 1.6
Human Resources 1.6
Sales 8.2


The average salary one year after graduation is CHF 40'200,(in Switzerland CHF 44'600).


10yearUSIMaster Survey 2016
USI Placement survey 2018