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European Communication (DUx-KEUR)

(in Polish: komunikacja europejska (IKE Gniezno)ost. rek. 2017/2018 (profil ogólnoakademicki))
second cycle degree studies
full time, 4 semesters
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na kierunku komunikacja europejska (IKE)
(in Polish) Magisterium na kierunku komunikacja europejska, specjalność medioznawstwo

Access to further studies:

doctoral studies, postgraduate studies

Professional status:

European Communication programme graduate possesses knowledge of culture, history and communication-related issues in the contemporary world; their knowledge also covers the functioning of cultural institutions and the media in Poland and the EU. Graduate’s knowledge and skills enable them to address and tackle professional tasks on their own. A person who completed this programme is capable of conducting analyses examining cultural and communication-related aspects, relying on abundant and diversified knowledge from various branches of Humanities. The graduate has the necessary grounding to communicate in professional matters both with experts and non-experts, as well as organize and lead team work. The graduate has been prepared to carry out tasks working in government administration, domestic and international bodies, immigration bureaus, businesses cooperating with EU countries, cultural and educational institutions, in publishing and mass media enterprises. Graduate of the European Communication programme knows mechanisms governing the functioning of the media, possesses cultural and social competence to perform at work which aims to shape public opinion and produce cultural events. Also, they have the necessary competence needed to utilize the potential of audio-visual media and the internet in interpersonal communication. Having a fluency in foreign languages, the graduate can proficiently draft various texts and documents, as well as perform well in verbal communication, which is vital in professional contacts with clients, viewers or business partners. A graduate of European Communication is a person with a background in Humanities, who practically applies their knowledge about media, cultural institutions and various dimensions of communication.

Access requirements

Detailed rules of acceptance to particular field of studies are determined by Adam Mickiewicz University Senate Resolution concerning the recruitment procedures for the first year full-time and extra mural studies.

Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes for the field of study were specified by the Resolution No. 286/2011/2012 of the Senate of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań adopted on 30 January 2012. The Resolution with attachments is available on the website: www.amu.edu.pl