"The term ‘communication management’ is more appropriate when we want to refer to communication in a broader sense. […] Communicators who study how to improve and bring about better results of communication may have to look at many different tools. Print media was widely used before electronic media came into almost every home in the 20" century. Now the internet rapidly invades households around the world. With the invention of new technological gadgets, news and information are sent to us through internet and [mobile] phones and who knows what else in the near future. Management, although not the core essentials of the work, plays many important roles in the lives of communication professionals. Successful work in communication relies on the expertise of sound management."
Emeritus Prof. Yubol Benjarongkij, Ph.D.
Communication Management: the role of management in communication professionals, Journal of Public Relations and Advertising, Vol. 1 No. 1 (2008)
We are pleased to announce successful candidates who passed the interview and are eligible to enroll into the MSCM Program. The result was sent to your email that you stated in your application form, along with details for further actions. Please refer to the following link for the official announcement: https://bit.ly/mscmcandidates
Chutikarn Promjak and Hathaitanit Tongthong, students from the BA Communication Management (International Program), Chulalongkorn University, are the only two representatives from Thailand to have been selected to take part in the inaugural National University of Singapore (NUS) Asia Fellowship Programme, in June-July 2023.
This programme will introduce participants to sustainability and relevant concepts such as circular economy, energy, design thinking, and social business model canvas. In addition, it will share the journey of NUS as a sustainable campus and the roles of student initiatives. After an intensive 1-week face-to-face programme in NUS, Singapore, students will return to their university and develop a proposal on how to make their university campus more sustainable. There will be a final presentation of the project and sharing of experiences at the end of the programme.