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Liberal Studies In Communication  Scienze umanistiche per la comunicazione

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field L-20 Communication studies
Application and Admission Entrance examination. 
How to apply
Course Duration 3 years
Course Attendance Not mandatory
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Noto 8 - Milano
via Festa del Perdono 7 - Milano
Head of Studies Lodovica Braida
Course Website Programme Description
Course website

Course Objectives

The degree programme in Liberal Studies in Communication is designed to provide students with the theoretical, technical and practical competences required to assume professional roles in the media and communication fields.

In particular, it offers a solid, even if non-specialist, grounding in the fields of multimedia communication (radio, television, cinema, newspapers, internet, etc.), with a specific focus on the communications networks connected with aesthetic and philosophical reflection, language, historic and social traditions, and the performing arts.

Career and Employment

On the strength of the competences they develop, graduates in Liberal Studies in Communication can pursue careers in the various professional fields connected with communications and public relations.

They can enter roles as news agency contributors, magazine journalists (after subsequent training and a State examination), public relations employees, tourist promotion experts, media buyers, media planners, trade managers in advertising agencies, advertising programmers, public relations executives, sponsoring technicians, advertising technicians, visualizers, meeting planners, congress organisers, party planners, reception planners, party managers, congress centre managers, communications directors for sporting events, other professional cultural and recreational service intermediaries.