School of Arts and Communication, University Malmö This programme gives you the skills to work with media and communication in international developmental cooperation as well as in other areas. This is a half-time study programme, combining courses on culture, communication and development and integrating them with practical field work. It explores the use of communication – both as a tool and as a way of expressing processes of social change – within the contexts of globalisation.
The form of study is unique, comprising a combination of live seminars and web-based communication. The seminars (2 days) are compulsory and consist of lectures, discussions and workshops. Overseas students who cannot physically attend can follow the seminars online. In between the seminars, the students carry out assignments individually and in groups. In the first year, students receive a comprehensive overview of globalisation and a systematic inventory of the entire field. In the second year, students follow specialised courses which end with an independent project concentrated on one of the field's sub-areas. Future employment opportunities include work for professional media companies, international organisations (governmental and non-governmental) and PhD studies.
What is Communication for Development?
Communication for Development (ComDev) is an interdisciplinary field combining studies on culture, media, communication and development. ComDev explores communication within contexts of articulating global and local processes of social change. The ComDev field is part science, part craft and part art, and its multidisciplinary academic foundations draw on aspects of development studies, anthropology, sociology and cultural studies. [...]
Certificate of Advanced Studies; ETH Zürich, Centre for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) Das Studienprogramm ist modular aufgebaut. Um die Mindestanzahl von 25 Kurstagen oder 10 ECTS Punkten zu erreichen, müssen mindestens sechs Module mit einer Dauer von jeweils 3-5 Tagen belegt werden. Mit Ausnahme von zwei Pflichtmodulen kann das Studienprogramm nach individuellen Interessen und Bedürfnissen aus dem aktuellen Angebot des NADEL zusammengestellt werden. Dabei ist eine ausgewogene Mischung aus methoden- und politikorientierten Modulen zu beachten.