Erasmus Plus - Journalism and Social Communication - bachelor

Journalism and Social Communication

Unique internationally

COLLEGE OF SOCIAL AND MEDIA CULTURE

Faculty: Journalism and Social Communication (Bachelor)

Specialisation: TV and Radio Journalism

Time of duration: 6 semesters

WHY IS IT WORTH IT?

Studying at the faculty of Journalism and Social Communication aims at comprehensive preparation to perform
the duties of a journalist, as well as other professions connected not only with press, radio and TV but also with
broadly understood branch of social communication, e.g. in advertisement, promotion, institutions dealing with
media education.

STAFF

We gain knowledge beside notable academic teachers, experts in journalism, knowledge of media and political
communication. We put effort on workshops teaching press, TV and radio journalism. We offer opportunity to
attend lectures of specialists from renowned foreign universities. Our guests were, among others, prof. Erich Mc
Luhan from the University of Toronto and dr Monica Herrero University of Navarra.

BENEFITS

CSMC offers students not only theoretical education on a high level but also interesting apprenticeship in
national radio and TV and everyday press.

Subjects taught in English 2017/2018

Subject Semester

W/S

Hours per week lecture/laboratory ECTS
Advertising in Information Society W 1/1 5
English for Media Studies W 0/3 6
European Integration W 1/1 5
International Relations W 1/1 5
Journalistic Genres Press W 0/2 6
Media in Political Marketing W 1/1 5
Media System in Poland W 0/2 5
Methods of Media Analysis W 0/1 4
Press Workshops W 0/2 5
TV Workshops W 0/2 4
Polish for Foreigners W, S 0/2 6
German Language W,S 0/2 6
Apprenticeship in Radio or Television W, S 2 weeks 6
Audio-visual Workshops S 0/1 4
English for Journalism and Social Communication S 0/2 6
Journalism on-line S 0/2 5
Media System in The World S 0/2 5
New Agencies S 0/2 5
Radio Documentary S 0/1 4
Rhetoric in Journalism S 0/1 5
Source of Information for Journalism W 0/ 2 5
The Global Problems S 0/2 5

1 W – the Winter Term, S – the Summer Term