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Mass Communication Admission: Check this List of FAQs and their Answers

With society all around the world dependent on media, there are a lot of career opportunities in the field of mass communication. Pursuing a B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication programme is a stepping stone to a career in areas such as advertising, broadcasting, journalism, public relations and marketing. If you are looking for information on Mass communication admission, here are some frequently asked questions and their answers that you will find useful:

 

Question 1: What is bachelor’s in mass communication?

A B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication programme is a three-year undergraduate program. The course is aimed at providing holistic knowledge on contemporary issues in the media and broadcasting industry to the students.

 

Question 2: What is the scope of mass communication?

In India and in other countries, there is a huge scope of mass communication. India is currently the 5th largest media and entertainment market in the world.

 

Question 3: Where can a student of mass communication work?

After completing B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication, students can work as in the following fields:

  • Advertising/Marketing
  • Business
  • Media/Broadcasting
  • Public Relations
  • Journalism/Publishing
  • Community Relations
  • International Relations

 

Question 4: Who can apply for mass communication?

Students who have completed 10+2 from any recognized board can apply for B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication at Unitedworld School Of Liberal Arts & Mass Communication (USLM), Karnavati University. Those waiting for the final results can also apply for the course.

 

Question 5: Is there any entrance exam for mass communication in India? What is the mass communication admission process?

Admission into the B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication programme requires students to appear for Karnavati University Admission Test. Valid UGAT score is also accepted. Shortlisted candidates are called in for group discussion and a personal interview.

 

Question 6 Why study mass communication at Unitedworld School Of Liberal Arts & Mass Communication (USLM), Karnavati University?

Unitedworld School Of Liberal Arts & Mass Communication (USLM) is among the leading liberal arts colleges in India. We have some of the finest professors teaching students. Our B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication programme has been designed to help students develop creative, technical, communication and critical skills that are needed in the creative media industries.

  • Comprehensive curriculum: Students get to study digital media, advertising and public relations, film studies, and journalism. Not just that there are various electives to choose from. This gives them an opportunity to study subjects such as psychology, retail banking and busting fake news.
  • Industry ready course: Students get to practice the latest technologies and software in advanced studios on the campus.
  • Practical training: Hands-on training is provided through internships, and skills certification courses.

 

Question 6: Can students study abroad after studying mass communication?

Our students on completion of their 3-year B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication can pursue an additional extended year as Advanced Diploma in the subject of their specialization. This not only helps in giving them an advantage over their contemporaries but can be helpful for students who wish to pursue higher studies.

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