Available exclusively in English, the master program in Communication and EU Affairs (MCEA) offers a unique program in Romania, aiming to meet the requirements of contemporary Romanian society: training specialists in communication and European Affairs.
The MCEA program is targeted at a wide audience interested in European issues in general and/or communication in the European context. Whether they are graduates of political science, European studies or communication, who are willing to specialize in their undergraduate field, or graduates of technical (Engineering) or applied programs (Economical Sciences) who wish to become acquainted with a new or related area, they will be offered training in one of the most dynamic fields.
If you intend to become a MCEA student, you will:
- Join a remarkable network of study, research and practice in European communication
- Develop essential skills to practice in multicultural and European contexts
- Learn directly from practitioners and consultants working in the field of European affairs, both in Romania and abroad
- Study in an interactive, learning by doing, manner
- Be able to undertake Erasmus mobility courses (France, Spain, Italy, Poland, etc.)
- Benefit from collaborations and internships at the European Institute in Romania, the European Commission Representation in Romania, the Ministry of European Funds, etc.
Employment opportunities after graduating: Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the MA program in Communication and EU Affairs provides a wide range of employment opportunities in the field of euro-entrepreneurship. Graduates can offer and strengthen their expertise in the area of:
- Public administration (European institutions, government, ministries, government agencies, etc.)
- Private organizations (communication and public relations agencies, NGOs, media, lobbying companies etc.)
- EU affairs, with a strong intercultural component (multinational companies, projects, etc.)
Among the disciplines to be studied
Globalization and European integration
Tackling disinformation and building resilience
Design and Implementation of EU-funded Projects
EU Policies and Policy-Making
European Media and the Public Sphere
Introduction to EU Economic Governance
Public Opinion in the EU European Lobbying and PR Practice