Since 1958 the Institute for Higher Social Communication Studies (IHECS) has organised training in the field of journalism and communication by linking media theory and practice together.
The IHECS trains future press and communication professionals by offering different Masters degrees:
IHECS leads different pilot European journalism teaching projects. In particular it is co-founder of Micro-Europa, a network of twelve journalism schools, originating from eight European countries, which work to achieve common thematic broadcasts, traversing local, transnational and European foundations and offering exchanges on solid methodology and projects.
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What worked : diversity of learning path (journalism/publicity/web/graphism/public relations,...), ability to put the theory in practice, quality of education, multiculturality What didn't work : weirdly, the communication over organisation
Very good university with an interesting program that permits to develop many personal skills. They offer to you a great experience and support you during all the years of your studies.
That was a perfect mix of theoretical lessons and practical experience. We made fictional communication campaigns for different clients, using traditional and new media. I'd really like now to improve everything I learned during my studies in a professional environment, especially the using of digital tools necessary for communication management and the organisation...
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