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Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca

Country : Spain
Phone : +34 923 277 100
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The Faculty of Communication at the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca was founded in 1988 and is leader in Spain for university education in Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations.

Course title: Master in Communication, Development and Social Change

Description: This course is intended for Cooperating NGOs and international aid agencies who will work in the implementation of communication projects for community development in Southern countries. Cooperating to work in the installation of local staff capacity to develop communication projects, ensuring that contribute to social change. (participation and ownership). Communication professionals who will implement media projects in Europe with minority and marginalized groups.

Contacts: Henry Collet, 90-98
37007 - Salamanca Spain

Tel: +34 923282750
Fax: +34 923282747


Institut Facultaire des Sciences de l’Information et de la Communication (IFASIC)

Country : Congo (DRC)
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Faculty Institute of Information and Communication Sciences (IFASIC)

IFASIC is a public institution which provides university courses in information and communication sciences since 1973. It was the only university teaching journalism and communication in the Congolese state until the 1990s. It also provides most of the lecturers who teach in the Faculty of Social Communication of the Catholic University of Congo.

Courses: BA and MA level courses in Social Communication, Social Research in Communication, Print Writing and Design, Radio, Television, Public Relations

ifasicContact: Prof Jean Lucien Kitima Kasendwe, Dean

Prof Espérance Bayedila, General Administrative Secretary

Avenue Colonel Ebeya, 14998 Kinshasa 1
Phone: +243 99 02 740, +243 99 49 327



University of East Anglia

Country : United Kingdom
Phone : +44 (0)1603 591472
Phone : +44 (0)1603 592329
Fax : +44 (0)1603 451
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School of International Development

The University of East Anglia (UEA) is an internationally renowned university that provides top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to over 14,000 students. The School of International Development has world-class reputation for research in development studies. It also has strong links with other departments in the university which teach media and communications.

Course title: MA Media and International Development

Description: The MA programme addresses current theories, practice and research surrounding the relationship between media and development focusing particularly on development communication and international coverage of development and developing countries as well as issues such as the role of media in governance, conflict and environmental change.

The MA is offered over one year full-time, or two years part-time. Teaching methods include a range of approaches and activities including seminars, lectures, video sessions and workshops.

Contacts: Martin Scott, Course Organizer
School of International Development
Faculty of Social Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)1603 59 1559


University of Southern California

Country : USA
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USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

The USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism is an innovative, full-service school in a networked university bringing multidisciplinary approaches to the study of communication, journalism, public diplomacy and public relations.

Course title: MA and PhD in Communication; MA in Global Communication (in conjunction with the London School of Economics)

Description: The graduate programe allow students to explore the theoretical and practical issues involved in conducting communication research or designing effective media and communication projects. The course on Communication for International Development compares traditional communication programs and newer ICTs for analyzing needs of international communities and design, implement, monitor and evaluate development-related projects. Additional courses include: Designing Media and Communication Projects for Social Change; Advocacy and Social Change in Entertainment and the Media; Gender, Media and Communication; Visual Commuinication and social change; Communication Strategies for Conflict Management; Media in Social Services: Design and Evaluation of Campaigns.


Banet-Weiser, Sarah
Director (School of Communication)

Ernest J. Wilson III

Dean and Walter Annenberg Chair in Communication

PROGRAM: Communication Ph.D Program
PHONE: 213-740-6180

USC Annenberg School for Communication 305
Phone: (213) 740-0900 (academic inquiries)
           (213) 740-3951 (administrative)
Fax: (213) 740-3913
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