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Focus of Study
The Program teaches students how to apply existing concepts from communication theory to mediate complex scientific concepts. It focuses on the development of expressive and creative skills of communicating science through various channels (printed and digital media, video, radio, exhibitions, museum education, the Web, etc.). International visiting lecturers and internships with leading professionals and centres of the Science Communication community are organised regularly. Staff and student exchanges within Europe are also envisaged.
Entry requirements: a Bachelor’s Degree or a university level Diploma / Certificate in natural sciences, information technology, medicine, engineering, business studies, or at least 50 credits of hard science acquired in other training programs.