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Degree type
Bachelor of Communication
Language of education
48 months
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Netherlands Government
Type of institution
University of Applied Sciences
Den Haag

Program description

International Communication Management is a four year Bachelor programme. The Communication degree programme will prepare you for a range of different positions in the communication sector.

The bachelor's degree program in Communication is a practice-based program. Through practical assignments, work in NEWb (the Learning Enterprise of the Communication program run by Inholland University of Applied Sciences), a work placement and a graduation project, you will find many ways to put the theory you will learn into practice. Under the guidance of our expert lecturers you will work on assignments for genuine, reputable companies. During the four years of the bachelor's degree program you will also attend Master Classes given by prominent people.

Bachelor Communication Program Content

Study Program
The bachelor's degree program in Communication will prepare you intensively so that in four years' time you are ready to do the job for real. Through practice-based education we will ensure that you are ready to put theory into practice. After four years you will be a well-rounded trained professional. You will be able to advise management in the fields of internal and external communication, you will know how to bring a new product to the attention of the consumer and you will be able to address the press. You will also know how to work with advertising agencies and designers.

What is more, Inholland University of Applied Sciences provides student support and is socially committed and ambitious. As a student of Inholland University of Applied Sciences, the focus will be on you and you will get the chance to develop your talents as much as you like. Inholland is continuously striving to improve the quality of the education available and is not afraid of change.

The major is the core element of the bachelor's degree program and focuses on developing a broad range of knowledge and abilities. Central to this are the personal growth and development that you will need in your future profession. The major in Creative Business, Communication & Media (50% of the program) provides a broad base for the study program.

Bachelor Communication Program Structure

The bachelor's degree program in Communication requires your full attention and all your time. Self-discipline and a regular pattern to your studies are just as important as thorough preparation and a broad interest in the world of communication and media. The study load is approximately forty hours per week. Around twenty contact sessions and classes are scheduled each week. The rest of the time will be spent on: Meeting with group members for your project, Preparing for lectures and exams, Doing your (individual) assignments. You will be given plenty of time to work on assignments and projects; you will meet with your lecturers during consultation meetings. You will study partly at home and partly with other people. You will also be able to make use of the studios, library, project rooms and the university's individual student work areas.

Bachelor Communication Career Prospects

Career prospects for communication graduates include the role of communication or PR advisor, whose job it is to use creative means to inform consumers and the press about a new product, for instance. You may also work with designers and photographers on projects within an advertising agency, for example, creating a new magazine formula for instance, writing articles for a magazine and creating the design; or you could even start your own business specializing in web design or consultancy. You will be able to find work in the following sectors: big commercial organizations, communication, PR and advertising agencies, publishers, production companies, broadcasters, government and non-profit institutions.

Bachelor Communication the Right Program for You?

Do you also have a flair for language and consider it an exciting challenge to work with words, images and media? Then look no further than this bachelor's degree program! During the course, you will learn about marketing (communication), internal and external communication, organization and management, corporate communication, brand & design, media and public relations. You will also learn how to work with many different people on different projects that are directly related to the job in practice.

Bachelor Communication Locations

Besides The Hague, you can study Communication in English at bachelor level at the following Inholland Campuses through the Netherlands:

Bachelor Communication Related Programs

Besides the Communication bachelor, Inholland University of Applied Sciences in The Hague offers a range of other Communication related programs such as the Media and Entertainment Management program

See which programs are related to the Communication program

Bachelor Communication Scholarships

Students who would like to register for the Communication bachelor program will need to have sufficient funds for tuition and living expenses. Getting a scholarship could be the first step towards obtaining a top professional Bachelor of Communication degree from Inholland University of Applied Sciences.

See which scholarships you can apply for if you want to do the Communication program.

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Admission requirements

Previous education

Secondary school diploma with an economical subject

Language test

TOEFL (minimum score: internet based: 80); IELTS (minimum score: overall band: 6.0), CAE:C CPE:C

Personal motivation

Assessment interview: Motivation letter and personal interview

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