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MSc In Media & Refugee Migration Flows

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MSc IN MEDIA & REFUGEE MIGRATION FLOWS 

  •  2 Intensive Semesters
  •  2 Interdisciplinary Specialiations (S1 & S2)
  •  Internship-Programme & Summer School
  •  Taught in English & Foreign Lecturers & Investigative Journalists
CORE COURSES
Forced Migration
International, European & National Law on Refugees /
Migration Flows
Refugee / Migration Flows – Old & New Media
Methodology of Quantitative & Qualitative Social Research
S1 - News Coverage of Refugee / Migration Flows
Digital Journalism & Refugee / Migration Flows
Investigative Journalism & Refugee / Migration Flows
S2 – Communication Management of Refugee/Migration Flows
Strategic Communication & Utilisation of European Resources
Public Relations & Perception Management of the Refugee/Migration Policy
 
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS 
applicants of countries outside the EU/EEA area & require a study visa: MAY 31, 2020
applicants from EU/EEA countries: JULY 19, 2020

 

Attachments

  1. Application.pdf 12/18/2019 3:41:35 PM
  2. Msc.pdf 12/18/2019 3:41:35 PM

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