Why study at Chula?
Learn from Top-Notch Professors and Practitioners in the Field
Students will have the opportunity to study with eminent professors from institutes located in the United States, Australia, England, and other European Countries.
Study Trips for Real-World Learning
As part of the curriculum, students will have opportunities to visit institutions of higher learning, important historical and cultural sites, as well as companies and agencies involved in communication industries.
Local and Overseas Internships to Kick-start your Career
Students are required to complete an 8-week professional internship to put into practice theories they have been studying and develop skills to build their professional career. Students are free to choose the type of company or organization related to communications or media, either in Thailand or overseas.
Exchange Program with over 50 World-class Partner Universities
In conjunction with institutions of higher learning overseas, students are encouraged to spend a semester abroad to experience new lifestyles in different parts of the world. Tuition is waived by the host institution. The program also welcomes inbound foreign exchange students.
The Master of Arts in Strategic Communication Management (MSCM) offers you the time and space to explore theories and practices in communication management.
Designed to prepare you for a career in the field of marketing communications, and information management, the central idea to our teaching and research is a relationship between theory and practice.
Our teaching and research sit firmly in an international context. Prospective graduates are equipped with the knowledge and ability to strategically manage information and communication in an international and the increasingly media-laden environment. Students can choose whether they want to graduate with a Thesis or a Professional Project.
For The Master of Arts in Strategic Communication, a student has 36 credits for registration. There are 2 possible paths for the M.A:
1. Plan A, Thesis is a thorough study of a phenomenon based on academic discussions. Rather than focusing on a single case, it looks to provide an analytical discussion that can be applied to a wider context and with greater implication.
2. Plan B, Professional Project is smaller than a thesis in size, it usually focuses on a single case study.
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As part of the curriculum, students will have opportunities to visit institutions of higher learning and cultural sites, as well as University, companies or agencies involved in communication industries.
Students can also apply for financial support to present their work at an international conference of their choice.
The Faculty of Communication Arts has an outstanding reputation across industries including journalism, advertising, mass-communication, public relations, motion pictures and still photography, speech communication and performing arts.
The Communication Management program is designed to provide the intellectual and professional tools needed in developing a high standard of graduates who are equipped with a thorough understanding of both national and international communications and are capable of managing a full range of communication. Graduates from the program work in the following fields:
There are scholarships available for ASEAN and non-ASEAN students. Visit our scholarships page for the latest information on available scholarships.
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