|Study location||Lithuania, Vilnius|
|Nominal duration||3.5 years|
|Awards||B.Sc. (Bachelor of Social Sciences)|
|Tuition fee||€1,700 per semester|
|Application fee||€100 one-time|
|Registration fee||€100 one-time
Baltic Center Registration Fee Includes:
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
About the programme
The program of studies of Political Communication and Journalism trains journalists of a new generation who are able to use the latest technology, make strategies policy and adjust communication in the social environment. During the studies students will be introduced to the political phenomenon, as part of a very broad culture. The policy covers both the private and public human life and requires good presentation and publicity in the general society, concentrated expression of the prevailing opinion of the majority, discussing and even identification of the public interest.
For this reason, students will study information wars, propaganda mechanisms, socio-cultural media, media economics and law, and subjects of various other fields. They all allow to realize that with the growing complexity of the political background and processes, the program of Political Communication and Journalism Studies will cover the results of various humanitarian, social and even technological research and innovations stemming from them. They are changing the landscape of journalism and the journalist’s mission.
The program of studies provides competences that enable to reflect even the changes in the global political climate, to present them differently to different social groups, to promote civic participation, public awareness and critical thinking. A journalist with a good understanding of politics not only represents the leaders on the political arena, by presenting their solutions, programs, electoral campaigns, but also social movements, strengthening their power in the public space.
Program unique features
The only university offering this study program in Lithuania
Focus on technology management models
Small group of students, individual attention to each student
Media and Propaganda
European Multi-level Governance and Unified Communication Space
Integrated Marketing Communication
Intellectual Property Law
History and Theory of Mass Communication
Political Communication Theory
Contemporary Style Concepts
Social Media Communication
After graduation you will be able to:
Organize political campaigns;
Communicate using smart technologies;
Effectively direct political journalism work;
Professionally manage new media and social networks;
Mediate between political institutions and the media;
To advance democratic values and to advance society
Advanced evaluation of political, democratic and civic developments.