The bachelor program in Communications at BINUS UNIVERSITY International offers three streamings: Journalism, Public Relations, and Entertainment Communications. The program provides extensive knowledge of digital and non-digital communication skills, practices, and technologies as an integral part of creating an efficient message to the target audience in expanding new media, as well as social, cultural, and ethical knowledge to create responsible communication methods. The program works closely with some of the most prominent companies in their fields, partnering with local and international organizations, to offer students maximal exposure to a real work environment. Students will receive extensive opportunities to develop their presentation and consultancy skills and gradually become increasingly exposed to partner organizations. Additional to corporate communications, students will also be able to explore the creative arts surrounding the entertainment business.
The program is completed over the course of four years, during which basic communication skills courses are offered in the first year. During the first year, all students will have a multitude of opportunities to meet industry specialists from public relations, journalism, or the entertainment business. They will have the opportunity to explore a variety of businesses and creative work spaces, in order to orient themselves in their industry and their prospective job choices. Students’ work will serve as their future portfolios and be showcased across a variety of social media, with the aim of gaining prominence and a community following in their field of interest. In the following three years, students will build on their prior knowledge to develop creative, critical, and contextual thinking, as well as social, cultural, and media business knowledge.
With our flexible 3+1 program, students from their 6th semester onwards will have the option to choose from our enrichment study tracks conducted outside of campus, to immerse in a ‘real world’ study experience. Options include study abroad, internship, community development, research, and entrepreneurship.
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