In the Communications and International Public Relations program university professors teach interactive classes, heads of communications agencies share first-hand experience, and students benefit from multicultural discussions and challenging project work. It takes two years of full-time studies to complete this program.
Being part of this program, you will spend two wonderful years of learning the theory and practice of communication in an international group of students from across the globe. It is the multidisciplinary feature of the program that made it possible to unite various fields, such as communication, economics, journalism and management. Whereas the location in one of the leading Russian technology universities gives the program a special focus in communication for knowledge-intensive and technology sectors.
Another definite advantage of entering MISIS is that you will study in the very heart of Moscow, a vibrant, dynamic city which offers unprecedented opportunities, both professional and cultural. You will have a chance to become a part of Moscow’s international community, meeting experienced scientists and experts, participating in conferences and workshops and laying a solid foundation for your future career in communication and international public relations.
As a result of this program, you will:
- be better equipped for international cooperation in research and innovation as well as for interaction with businesses
- improve your knowledge and skills in public relations and communications
- be able to increase recognition, popularity, and use of innovative and established products and technologies at a local, national and global scale
- gain practical experience through interaction with PR professionals, visits to various organizations, and an internship in a relevant department of a public or private organisation.
To be admitted as a regular graduate student to a two-year Master’s program at MISIS, an applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
For international students, the deadline to submit the application for fall 2019 is July 20, 2019.
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