Bachelor in Communication & Public Relations
- EU Business School
- Types of study:
- Knowledge area:
- Communication, Advertising and Journalism
- Oct / Feb / Jun / Aug
- On Campus
- 240 ECTS
- 4 Years
- 6.450€ /Semester
Non European student
Consumers have become active participants of the digital world, blurring the line between company and customer.
Communication and public relations professionals are vital to both organizations and society as a whole. The digital world – where consumers are no longer passive audiences, but active participants – blurs the lines between businesses and consumers. Our graduates are trained to drive companies forward by tapping into new digital techniques that others are slow to adopt.
- Upon the successful completion of the program, you graduate with a private internationally accredited bachelor’s degree from EU Business School Switzerland and a state-accredited BA (Hons) in Business Management from the University of Derby. These bachelor’s programs are additionally accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), which gives you the possibility of achieving an extra international qualification: CMI’s Diploma in Management and Leadership.
- Students who wish to further their knowledge can take an additional semester and earn a Diploma of Advanced Studies (30 ECTS) which is accredited and state-recognized (título propio) from Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), Spain.
Students completing this specialization pursue careers in:
- Media relations
- Digital communications
- Reputation and crisis management
Consumers have become active participants of the digital world, blurring the line between company and customer. Media today is driven by strong brands, social media campaigns and individual influencers that establish and propel relationships with target audiences. This ongoing dialogue is the key to reaching new customers and solidifying relationships with existing ones. This program will cover topics such as structuring public relations campaigns, media strategy and organizational communication and ethics.
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