Nowadays, the research and study of social sciences of the internet (the life online) is so relevant for people, businesses and governments that will play competitive advantages at regional, country and global landscapes in the short future. Moreover, the paradigm changed from an economy based on natural resources, physical inputs and value chains based on physical infrastructure into one based on new knowledge, digital technology. Thus, decision-making processes and global value chains become more and more influenced by digital tools and systems, social networks and consumer data. There are driving forces - political, social, cultural, economic and technological factors - that are promoting a disruptive change on digital ecosystems: firstly, the Internet of Documents (Adobe), secondly, the Internet of Commerce (Amazon, eBay, Alibaba, etc.), thirdly, the Internet of People (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) and, more recently, the Internet of Things (IoT). Our Digital Business and Data Science B.Sc. programme offers students an insightful view into the future. This transformation - also called the Fourth Industrial Revolution - is influencing innovative and growth strategies, conceptual models of design thinking and innovation management, technology convergence, business modelling, consumer behavior, brand management, social media marketing and communication, online sales and customer relationship management. The same goes for processes reengineering, operations and supply chain management systems. Last, but not least, it is shaping data science and new knowledge, data security and privacy, corporate governance and policy making. What makes it outstanding to study at the University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) The University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) is an accredited higher education institution awarded with multiple prices. We put emphasis on internationality. That's why we were ranked as "one of the best 25 international universities worldwide" (U-Multirank 2016). Our many international students come from all over the world to pursue a highly valued (state and FIBAA recognised) German degree that is entirely taught in English. Also we are ranked as one of the best universities in Germany in the field of business studies (U-Multirank 2018).At University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE), you will study in small course groups. We guarantee you individual mentoring and close contact with the lecturers. Our professors are leading experts in their fields with outstanding teaching, research and business success.Moreover, we also value the linkage between the higher education and corporate industry ecosystem. The theory you learn will find practical approach in several project weeks. The variety of interdisciplinary courses gives you the chance to determine the content of your studies. We offer modern equipment like projectors in every room, Mac pools, SW programmes and more.
The Bachelor of Arts in Journalism is dedicated to high standards in journalistic practices and offers a strong focus on analytical reasoning, critical thinking and problem solving. Through innovative teaching practices, the program provides a broad-based curriculum designed to promote news and information literacy; proficiency in the various journalistic forms and styles; an understanding of the new media landscape; and information dissemination practices through contemporary and emerging media tools. Students seeking careers in print, digital, broadcast, and contemporary news media will complete the program proficient in journalistic practices including writing, research, reporting, interviewing, editing, and publishing across multiple platforms. The program provides an understanding of media representations of gender, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation, and encourages professional practice that respects all forms of diversity. It trains students to be sensitive to and provide a voice for underserved populations and communities; works in the public interest; and encourages community engagement and social responsibility to audiences and the society at large.
The (Honours) Communication fromDeakin University provides you with an advanced study in media disciplines including Advertising, Digital Media, Journalism and Public Relations.
There's more than one style of (Hons) Acting for Stage & Screen at Regent's University London, and there's more than one way of learning about acting. Theatre and performance have been part of cultures all around the world for millennia, with vast differences in theory and practice from country to country.
This (Hons) Liberal Studies (Media and Communications) programme atRegent's University London is modelled on the traditional US liberal arts degree. You will major in one subject area, but will also have the opportunity to study a variety of other topics. This flexible structure gives you the freedom to tailor your education to reflect both your personal and professional interests.
This (Hons) Liberal Studies (Media and Communications) with Integrated Foundation programme atRegent's University London is modelled on the traditional US liberal arts degree. You will major in one subject area, but will also study a variety of other topics.
One of most unique programs in the United States for young actors interested in devised, ensemble work. Based in New York, with a semester abroad, the Acting program fromPace University balances academics and rigorous training in a highly collaborative environment.
An intensive, 3 year conservatory training Acting program at the University of Alberta providing in-depth study of acting, movement, and voice combined with a university degree.
Led by a team of specialist and highly experienced directors, teachers and practitioners, the Acting (Hons) course at Manchester Metropolitan University has an outstanding reputation for training actors with the skills necessary for a successful career in film, television, radio and stage.
The BA Acting and Performance at LSBU offers a conservatoire-style training in the heart of London, developing the next generation of skilled, creative, ‘industry ready’ actors, performers, directors and theatre makers.