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1 I NTERNATIONAL B ACHELOR C OMMUNICATION AND M EDIA Information Meeting BA2/3 for students who started in th April 2011 Disclaimer : All information in this presentation is still preliminary and may be subject to change

2 1. Study programme BA-2/3 2. Focus area courses 3. Minor electives / Minors 4. Access to Master programmes 5. Study Abroad 6. Honours Programme (HP) 7. Student Mentor Programme (SMP) 8. How to plan BA-2/3 Programme for today INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA Disclaimer: All information in this presentation is still preliminary and thus subject to change

3 Theoretical and Methodological Courses  International and Global Communication  Quantitative Methods in Media and Communication  Qualitative Methods in Media and Communication Practical oriented training  Communication Workshop 2: Communication Management  Communication Workshop 3: New Media Production  Communication Workshop 4: Applied Communications  Communication Workshop 5: Communication Ethics  Applied Communication Research (not if you go on exchange in Year 3/term 2)  Internship Mandatory Courses 1. IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME BA-2/3

4 Practically oriented courses in BA-2 TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 International and Global Communication 5 EC Quantitative Methods 5 EC Qualitative Methods 5 EC Workshop 3: New Media Production 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Workshop 2: Communication Management 5 EC Research Workshop Focus Area A/B 5 EC Minor Elective 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Minor Elective 5 EC Minor Elective 5 EC Workshop 4: Applied Communications 3 EC 1. IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME BA-2/3* * For students who started the IBCoM programme in

5 Practically oriented courses in BA-3 1. IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME BA-2/3* TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 MINOR 15 EC Applied Communications Research 5 EC INTERNSHIP 10 EC Workshop 5: Communication Ethics 2 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Bachelor Thesis Class & Bachelor Thesis Focus Area A/B 15 EC Free Elective Course 5 EC OR STUDY ABROAD 20 EC STUDY ABROAD Extension to max. 30 EC * For students who started the IBCoM programme in

6 EC Focus areas courses 40  2 seminars Focus area A*  2 seminars Focus area B*  Research Workshop (Focus area A or B)  Bachelor Thesis Class & Bachelor Thesis (Focus area A or B) Minor elective courses in other study areas 15 Free elective course (additional focus area seminar of minor elective) 5 Minor in another study area at Erasmus 15 or Courses at a foreign university Specialisation Courses BA2/3 1.IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME BA-2/3 *Students who go on an exchange in BA-3/term 2 take their 4 th focus area seminar abroad

7 Focus Area Courses in BA-2 TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 International and Global Communication 5 EC Quantitative Methods 5 EC Qualitative Methods 5 EC Workshop 3: New Media Production 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Workshop 2: Communication Management 5 EC Research Workshop Focus Area A/B 5 EC Minor Elective 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Minor Elective 5 EC Minor Elective 5 EC Workshop 4: Applied Communications 3 EC 1. IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME BA-2/3

8 Focus Areas Courses in BA-3 1.IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME BA-2/3 TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 MINOR 15 EC Applied Communications Research 5 EC INTERNSHIP 10 EC Workshop 3: Communication Ethics 2 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 ECTS BachelorThesis Class & Bachelor Thesis Focus Area A/B 15 EC Free Elective Extra Focus Area course or Minor Elective 4 5 ECTS OR STUDY ABROAD 20 EC STUDY ABROAD Extension to max. 30 EC

9  Communication & Business  Communication & Politics  Communication Culture & Society  International & Global Communication  Media & Entertainment  New Media Technologies You choose:  2 seminars Focus area A*  2 seminars Focus area B*  Research Workshop (Focus area A or B)  Bachelor Thesis Class (Focus area A or B) Focus Areas 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES *Students who go on an exchange in BA-3/term 2 take their 4 th focus area seminar abroad

10 Two core seminars you may choose between:  The Business of Media  Corporate Communication  Media Campaigns  Media Industries: Trends and Strategies Research workshop you may choose between:  New Media and International Business  New Media and Organizational Communication Other relevant seminars  ICTs and International Development  Communication and International Relations  Media Audiences and Effects Communication & Business (C&B) 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES Disclaimer: The list of focus area seminars is preliminary and thus subject to change

11 Two core seminars you may choose between:  Media and Politics  Media Campaigns  Communication and International Relations  Media Audiences and Effects Research workshop :  New Media and Organizational Communication Other relevant seminars  ICTs and International Development  Corporate Communication  International Journalism Communication & Politics (C&P) 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES Disclaimer: All information in this presentation is still preliminary and thus subject to change

12 Two core seminars you may choose between:  Media Entertainment and Popular Culture  Media Audiences and Effects  International Journalism  Global Television Research workshop you may choose between:  New Media and Organizational Communication  New Media, Culture and Entertainment Other relevant seminars  Media and Politics  Communication and International Relations Communication, Culture & Society (CCS) 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES Disclaimer: All information in this presentation is still preliminary and thus subject to change

13 Two core seminars you may choose between:  ICTs and International Development  Communication and International Relations  International Journalism  Global Television Research workshop you may choose between:  New Media and International Business  New Media, Culture and Entertainment Other relevant seminars  The Business of Media  Media Entertainment and Popular Culture  Media Industries: Trends and Strategies International & Global Communication (IGC) 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES Disclaimer: The list of focus area seminars is preliminary and thus subject to change

14 Two core seminars you may choose between:  Media Entertainment & Popular Culture  Media Audiences & Effects  Media Industries: Trends and Strategies  Global Television Research workshop  New Media, Culture and Entertainment Other relevant seminars  The Business of Media  International Journalism Media & Entertainment (M&E) 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES Disclaimer: The list of focus area seminars is preliminary and thus subject to change

15 Two core seminars you may choose between :  ICTs and International Development  Media Industries: Trends and Strategies  The Business of Media Research workshop you may choose between:  New Media & International Business  New Media, Culture and Entertainment  New Media & Organizational Communication Other relevant seminars  Media Audiences & Effects  Media Campaigns  Corporate Communication New Media Technologies (NMT) 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES Disclaimer: The list of focus area seminars is preliminary and thus subject to change

16 SeminarsC&BC&PCCSIGCM&ENMT The Business of MediaCRRC Media and PoliticsCR Media Entertainment and Popular CultureCR C ICTs and International DevelopmentRR CC Media CampaignsCCR Corporate CommunicationCRR Communication and International RelationsRCRC International JournalismRCCR Global TelevisionCCC Media Audiences and EffectsRCCCR Media Industries: Trends and StrategiesCRCC C: core courseR: relevant to focus area 2. IBCoM Focus Area Courses Overview Disclaimer: The list of focus area seminars is preliminary and thus subject to change

17 Seminars  Min. number of participants: 10  Max. number of participants: 25 or 50 (check online course description)  First come, first served Research Workshops  Min. number of participants: 10  Max. number of participants: 40 or 60 (check online course description)  First come, first served Admission 2. IBCoM FOCUS AREA COURSES

18 Minor Elective Courses BA-2 and BA-3* EC in total Minor BA-3* 15 EC EUR Master’s Programmes Gain access to Master’s programmes at other EUR faculties by taking electives and/or a minor in that relevant field. *Only for students who are NOT going on exchange 3. MINOR ELECTIVE COURSES & MINORS

19 Minor Electives in BA-2 TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 International and Global Communication 5 EC Quantitative Methods 5 EC Qualitative Methods 5 EC Workshop 3: New Media Production 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Workshop 2: Communication Management 5 EC Research Workshop Focus Area A/B 5 EC Minor Elective 1 5 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Minor Elective 2 5 EC Minor Elective 3 5 EC Workshop 4: Applied Communications 3 EC 3. MINOR ELECTIVES CORUSES

20 Minor Elective Courses in BA-3 3. MINOR (ELECTIVE) COURSES TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 MINOR 15 EC Applied Communications Research 5 EC INTERNSHIP 10 EC Workshop 5: Communication Ethics 2 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Bachelor Thesis Class & Bachelor Thesis 15 EC Free Elective Course (Extra Focus Area or Minor Elective 4) 5 EC OR STUDY ABROAD 20 EC STUDY ABROAD extension to max. 30 EC

21 Master’s programmes – immediately accessible MA in Media Studies Media,Culture and Society Media and Business(start ) Media and Journalism Media and Culture Or: Research Master’s in the Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts Master’s programmes in Media/Communication at other universities 4. ACCESS TO MASTER’S PROGRAMMES

22 EUR Master’s specializations in other fields (with minor electives ) 4. ACCESS TO MASTER’S PROGRAMMES MA Cultural Economics & Entrepreneurship MSc Economics and Business  Marketing  Entrepreneurship MSc Public Administration  International Public Management and Policy MSc Business Administration  Marketing Management  Human Resource Management  Global Business & Stakeholder Management MSc General Management MA History of Society  Global History and International Relations MA Arts and Culture Studies MSc Public Administration MSc Sociology

23 MSc in Business Administration (EUR): Specialisation Marketing Management You have access to this specialisation if you complete the following elective courses as part of your IBCoM programme (8 EC) and you have a GPA of at least 7 for your IBCoM programme (all three years) International Marketing Research (Year 2, Term 3/4, 3 EC) Marketing Management (Year 2, Term 3/4, 5 EC) Example 4. ACCESS TO MASTER’S PROGRAMMES

24 Study abroad in Year 3 5. STUDY ABROAD* TERM 1TERM 2TERM 3TERM 4 MINOR 15 EC Applied Communications Research 5 EC INTERNSHIP 10 EC Workshop 5: Communication Ethics 2 EC Seminar Focus Area A/B 5 EC Bachelor Thesis Class & Bachelor Thesis 15 EC Elective Course (Focus Area/Minor) 5 EC OR STUDY ABROAD 20 EC STUDY ABROAD extension to (max) 30 EC * For students who started the IBCoM programme in

25 Application IBCoM students this year 5. STUDY ABROAD This year 80% 1st choice Over 40 students applied USA and Australia most popular Most unique applications for San Diego State University

26  Optional  BA-3: Sept :Term 1-2 (20-30 EC)  Start planning > October-November 2011  Minimum requirements for an exchange  At the time of the application you should have completed your BA-1 courses ( max 5 EC missing)  Proficiency in the language of the foreign host institution  Satisfactory study results (average grade BA-1 + BA-2 Term 1 should be at least 6.5) 5. STUDY ABROAD PERIOD

27 5. STUDY ABROAD  Available places at each partner university will be limited. Selection will be based on: –Study progress (EC obtained on 30 November 2011) –Study results (GPA on 30 November 2011) –Mentor (SMP) –Honours Programme (HP) –Motivation  Deadline for application: 1 February 2012

28  Extra challenge for excellent IBCoM students  Lectures & seminars on current media and communication issues by IBCoM Faculty and external experts in science, business, and politics  Will be offered in Term 2, 3 and 4 of Year 2  Runs from November 2011 until the end of June 2012  Study load of 15 EC  Limited number of participants (max. 15 students)  Students will be invited to apply depending on their performance in BA-1:  Study progress (should be 60 EC credit points on 15 August 2011)  Grades (Grade Point Average BA-1 courses of at least 7)  Application: grade list, resume and motivation letter  Selection will based on academic performance & motivation 6. IBCoM Honours Programme (HP)

29  Revised SMP  Facilitating adjustment to IBCoM student life  8-10 students guided by 2 mentors  Voluntary  What’s in it for you? SMP training IBCoM Bootcamp Learning experience Preference when competing for scarce resources Lots of fun!  Requirements: Should have obtained at least 50 EC of BA-1 by July Attendance at introductory SMP mentor meeting Attendance at SMP mentor training & P2P meetings Attendance at IBCoM Bootcamp (7-9 September)  How to sign up? 7. Student Mentor Programme (SMP)

30  “How to choose and sign up for elective courses in BA2/3” session 16th May 11:00-12:30 in LB-067  Fill out Preliminary Study Plan BA-2  Attend “Internship Information Meeting” 21st April 15:00-16:00 or 16:00-17:00 in M2-03  June 2011 re-enrol for IBCoM through Studielink  August 2011 registering for courses of T1 & T2 8. PLANNING BA2/3 OF YOUR STUDIES

31 Questions? IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME YEAR 2/3

32 More information Check the IBCoM Website Contact the IBCoM Student Advisor: Miriam Heemskerk IBCoM STUDY PROGRAMME YEAR 2/3


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