BA (Hons) International Communications Studies with Chinese (preliminary year) 48 months Undergraduate Program By University of Nottingham Ningbo China |Top Universities

BA (Hons) International Communications Studies with Chinese (preliminary year)

Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

15,946 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Communication and Media StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Communication and Media Studies

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Blended

The programme provides you with an opportunity to study a wide range of subjects, including contemporary mass media, journalism, new digital communications, the history of European and American societies, communications theory, the psychology of communications, arts and communications and cultural studies.

In addition, the study of Chinese (Mandarin) from beginners' to advanced level will form a core element in years two to four.

Students will also have an opportunity to enrich their studies by taking modules offered by International Studies and International Business. 

Special features

International Communications degrees explore the complex world of communications, media and culture. You will study different forms of visual and linguistic communication, new technologies, politics, popular and high culture, and news media.

  • Learn with expert staff who conduct internationally acclaimed research
  • Engage with objects, images and media of the past and understand how they influence us in the present
  • Develop critical tools to see and understand the world differently

Program overview

Main Subject

Communication and Media Studies

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Blended

The programme provides you with an opportunity to study a wide range of subjects, including contemporary mass media, journalism, new digital communications, the history of European and American societies, communications theory, the psychology of communications, arts and communications and cultural studies.

In addition, the study of Chinese (Mandarin) from beginners' to advanced level will form a core element in years two to four.

Students will also have an opportunity to enrich their studies by taking modules offered by International Studies and International Business. 

Special features

International Communications degrees explore the complex world of communications, media and culture. You will study different forms of visual and linguistic communication, new technologies, politics, popular and high culture, and news media.

  • Learn with expert staff who conduct internationally acclaimed research
  • Engage with objects, images and media of the past and understand how they influence us in the present
  • Develop critical tools to see and understand the world differently

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

59+
5.5+
4 Years
Sep

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

14,495 USD
-

International Students

15,946 USD
-

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At the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC), you will be offered an international experience in a local setting. We are firmly rooted in all that is distinctive about UK education and offer innovative teaching and assessment methods that encourage independent and creative thinking among students.


We provide courses that constantly evolve to incorporate new research developments, regularly consulting with businesses and employers to ensure our programmes provide you with the opportunity to develop key transferable skills for employment.

About 80% of our master graduates are employed by world renowned companies. Graduate starting salaries are twice the national average.

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