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Masters degrees in Internal Communications equip postgraduates with advanced knowledge of communication strategies, for the management of businesses and other organisations.
Taught MA and MSc programmes are typical for this field of study. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Business or Communication Studies. Work experience, such as a year in industry, is an essential requirement for some programmes.
Courses in this field are usually highly vocational, with many offering you the opportunity to gain accreditation from a number of professional bodies.
A Masters in Internal Communications will typically explore the theory and practise of techniques such as HR (human resources) management, knowledge management (legislation and staff training) and change strategy.
Training will include analysis of organisational strategy for businesses and organisations in the public and private sectors across various industries. For example, you may opt to focus your studies on charities, corporate business, commercial and retail organisations, or international trading.
Careers are therefore highly varied. As well as internal management of organisations, you could explore roles in public relations, marketing and publishing, or even specialist communications services within government agencies.
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⚡️ Coronavirus (COVID-19) update Students who are unable to travel can start online in virtual learning classrooms, which includes live sessions with the lecturers and professors. Read more
Students will learn how states and their governments communicate in international politics and how they shape long term strategies in a range of fields from military to diplomatic to aid and development. Read more
Fudan-LSE “Global Media and Communications” Double Degree Program 1. Introduction The Fudan-LSE double-degree program in Global Media and Communications was launched in 2007 in partnership with Department of Media and Communications at London School of Economics and Political Science. Read more
Passionate about PR and communications? Want to boost your employment prospects? Solent’s MA PR & Multimedia Communications programme is designed to help graduates build on traditional paradigms of public relations, exploring critically how the PR industry relates to advertising, marketing and journalism. Read more
Fudan-Sciences Po. “Communication and Media” Double Degree Program 1. Introduction The Fudan-Sciences Po.double-degree program in Communication and Media was launched in 2011 in partnership with School of Communication at Sciences Po. Read more
This course approaches all forms of graphic design as triggers for thinking and feeling. By interrogating your practice at the cognitive level, you’ll explore how such things as a metaphor, and the framing and blending of ideas, drive communication. Read more
The Telecommunications & Internet Technology MSc will provide you with an advanced understanding of all aspects of telecommunications networks and the internet. Read more
This course engages with the growing importance of culture in a range of policy contexts, preparing you for the diverse managerial challenges of careers in the cultural sector. Read more
Communication is one of the most vital parts to our work and life. Ability to succeed in life beyond basic communication levels opens significant doors in terms of business, successful organisational growth, great human relationships and ability to grow opportunities. Read more
Global Politics and Communication is an interdisciplinary and innovative Master’s degree programme that addresses the key challenges of globalisation from the perspective of media and communication studies, organisation research and global political economy. Read more
The importance of marketing communication in delivering clear, consistent and competitive messages about an organisation and its products is crucial to organisational success. Read more
The media industries that inform and entertain are also leading sectors of employment. This course explores both the cultural and economic aspects of media. Read more
We welcome applications to undertake research towards MPhil and PhD degrees in Media and Cultural Studies. Research at Worcester has grown significantly in the last 10 years as the University itself has expanded. Read more