Media & Communications

The study of Communications & Media involves conveying messages, be it verbal or nonverbal, from one person to another and can be in various forms. This page covers the various courses within this field.

Courses Under Media & Communications

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Were you the person in class who ensured many people showed up to an event? Were you someone who easily captured people’s attention, whether it was through your writing or maybe a drawing or sketch? Do you embrace change whether it has something to do with your family or where you stay? Do you always laugh at commercials on television, because you think you could come up with a better concept? Then you may want to consider studying advertising in Malaysia.

Every type of business, from small-medium enterprises to huge conglomerates, rely on advertising as a means to reach out to customers. Running a successful advertising campaign takes both talent and creative skills to prepare, strategise and manage sales and track results. Advertising used to cater only to the broadcasting and print industry but with exponential development in the online segment, it is now vital for companies to advertise digitally as well.

Do you have the passion to venture into the world and rise to the occasion to discover the truth? Do you dream of becoming the person on the 7 o’clock news and reporting for the newspaper? If yes, then we believe you have journalism in your blood. Thomas Jefferson once said, “Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.” Read on as we inform you about your studies in Journalism Broadcasting in Malaysia

Malaysia is in need of truthful, unbiased and ethical journalists to present news just as it is. The information and news the world reads today are very much anchored by journalists who works hard in ensuring the truth and nothing but the truth. Imagine how much people actually trust them? Journalists are considered unsung heroes as they put their lives on the line most of the time while some work in a quiet office.

Are you someone who keeps up to date with the latest news and current trends? Are you someone who isn’t afraid to speak up to a crowd no matter how big or small they may be? In school, were you as comfortable talking to your head mistress as you were with your junior? If so, then studying Public Relations in Malaysia may not be such a bad idea. Read on, as we enthral you with what the course will encompass.

Despite popular media representations of the industry, PR isn't all glamorous with long, gourmet lunches. It can involve a lot of hard work and long hours. That's not to say there aren't perks to the job of course! Essentially, PR can offer an incredibly varied and challenging career, encompassing many different activities. Since strategic communication is the core of PR, this job covers various aspects such as liaising with the media, lots of writing, managing crisis, organising events, government relations, corporate communications, etc. As with many jobs, the proof is in the pudding and you will only find out if you are suited in PR through experience in the field.

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