Media and Communication

Department

WHY SHOULD I STUDY COMMUNICATION? THINGS TO MIND?

Which exam is taken from the Media and Communication department?

Students are admitted to the Department of Media and Communication with SÖZEL (Verbal) score type according to the information in the 2021 ÖSYM preference and placement guide.

How many years is the education period of the Media and Communication department?

The education period of the Media and Communication undergraduate department is 4 years. There are compulsory foreign language preparatory classes in the Media and Communication department. The Integrated communication program is taught in the department. While our students take the basic courses in the field of communication and social sciences in the first two years, the next two years they take courses in the field they want to specialize, like media or marketing communication.

Can I study in the Media and Communication department?

Media and Communication departments are among the departments that students taking the university exam want to study most.

Students who are considering studying in the Department of Media and Communication; must be willing to research and learn new things.

Media and Communication field is advancing very rapidly and communication methods and forms are changing in parallel with this progress.

The Media and Communication department is suitable for people who like to do research, question, open to learn new information, and think versatile.

Advantages at the Media and Communication Department:

*It allows you to gain a critical perspective.

* It allows you to adapt more easily to the rapid changes and innovations in the field of communication.

* An increase in the number of people to be employed in the communication and media sectors is expected in the coming years.

Our students who graduate from this field can easily find a job in the field of communication and media.

* An interdisciplinary training is provided in the Media and Communication department.

* Our graduates can take courses in other branches of social sciences and humanities, too.

* Media and Communication department students develop their research, inquiry, and analysis skills.

* Media and Communication department students learn at least one foreign language during their education.

Where and in What Fields Can I Work?

Media and Communication department graduates have the opportunity to find jobs in almost every field of the Communication sectors.

Students who graduate from this department can find jobs in television channels, newspapers, magazines, social media, cinema sector, corporate communication, press consultancy, brand management, political communication, health communication, marketing communication expertise, advertising, and public relations companies of public and private sector organizations.

In addition, they can work as academicians after completing their master’s and doctoral studies in the field of communication.

Some Positions of Communication Graduates Worked in the Sector:

Journalist, News Reporter, TV Reporter, TV Programmer, Radio Programmer, Presenter, Photo-Reporter, Cameraman, Cinematographer, Editor, Communication Consultant, Columnist, Voice Actor, Social Media Specialist, Social Media Content Specialist, Digital Content Specialist, Marketing Communication Specialist, Brand Manager, Public Relations Specialist, Advertiser, Corporate Communication Specialist, Press Counselor, Press representative

 

 

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