News / 07.02.2011

Study trends of media and communication in English

Would you like to deepen your knowledge on the current trends of media and communication? Would you like to study in English in one of the leading research universities in the world? Then you are most welcome to study Media and Global Communication at University of Helsinki.

The Media and Global Communication programme (MGC) is sponsored by the prominent Helsingin Sanomat Foundation, which supports Finnish research on media and journalism.

The MGC master's programme is offering five elective courses (25 credits) in contemporary knowledge of media and global communication to professional journalists as non-graduate studies in the academic year 2011–2012. Your instructors are renowned Finnish and international lecturers.

All courses are in English. Applicants should have a very good command of English in order to participate.

The application deadline for non-graduate studies is 30 April 2011.

For more information on how to apply and the fees for non-graduate studies please see the website below or contact the programme coordinator.

Web page:


Ms. Yonca Ermutlu,, tel. (09) 191 24845.


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