Heidelberg University

Communication and Society in Ibero-America

M.A. (Master of Arts)
Subjects: Sociology, Political Sciences, Economics, Cultural Studies, Geography, Media Studies, Journalism, Language and Literary Studies
Communication studies Linguistics Environmental Studies
English & other language
Winter semester:  15 Jun/15 Sep
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Winter semester)
Free / 1500€
Tuition fees (per semester)
Winter semester
directly at University
Study mode:
On campus

5 reasons why to choose this Study Program

Understand how communication shapes the Ibero-American societies
During this master's program, students master the understanding of the role that communication plays in Ibero-American societies by taking modules in communication studies, political science, sociology, geography, linguistics, literature, cultural studies, history, among others.
Develop career opportunities in highly relevant sectors of society
Graduates of this master’s program have a solid knowledge of a variety of disciplines from humanities and social sciences, therefore, are very well prepared to work in communications departments of public institutions, NGOs, public relations, press and media, research institutions, cultural institutions, foundations, and associations, or academia.
Study at the oldest and highly renowned university in Germany
Founded in 1386, Heidelberg University was the first university founded in Germany. Heidelberg has been awarded as a “University of Excellence''. Fostered and sponsored by the German government’s Excellence Initiative, University Heidelberg provides an excellent research and academic environment for prospective students.
Integrated internship or research stay in Ibero-America
During the master’s program, students complete an integrated internship or research stay where they cooperate in current projects carried out by a cooperating university or research institution, or a private or public institution in Ibero-America.
Study in English and Spanish
This unique program gives you the opportunity to learn how languages shape identities in Ibero-America. Students are encouraged to practice it during the courses of study, where you’ll have modules in English and Spanish.

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