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Public RelationsSir Tom Cowie Campus
地點: Sir Tom Cowie Campus
課程長度: 12 months
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Study a course professionally accredited by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, the UK's main professional body for the industry. Prepare yourself to move seamlessly into a job with a PR agency or in-house communications department. This course focuses on the practical skills in public relations including: campaign creation, crisis management, social media management and internal communications. It involves a mix of journalism, business and marketing, social networking and communication theory, giving you a competitive edge in this fast-moving industry. As part of the course, you will develop a major PR project and undertake related research and contextual studies. The course is led by a member of staff who has won numerous PR industry awards and you will have access to industry-standard facilities including four journalism suites, a bustling multimedia newsroom and broadcast-quality television studios. We have excellent industry links with guest speakers and you will be encouraged to develop your professional network at our annual employability event at which you will meet a range of PR practitioners working in agencies, public bodies, charities and the corporate sector.
We usually require applicants to hold a good honours degree (2:1 or above) in a related discipline. We will consider applications with professional and vocational experience. If you are suitably qualified, we will invite you to an interview to assess whether this is the right course for you. If English is not your first language, please see our English language requirements.
IELTS: 6.0 (with at least 5.5)
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Some 17% of students at the university come from outside the UK and cover some 100 countries around the world. Information for them starts on the website with help with the application process as well as finding out about visas and immigration paperwork required. There are country specific information available as well as English language requirements. Students can make use of the language courses to help increase or better their grasp of English alongside their other studies. There are various introductory courses when students first arrive to help with getting settled in and finding their way around as well as basic daily tasks such as setting up a bank account or registered with a medical practise. Student life focuses around the Student Union which provides representation, support and advice to its members as well as organising the various social events and extracurricular activities. It currently runs two bars, one The Bonded Warehouse near Panns Bank hall of residence and the other, North Shore, on the St Peter's campus. Nearby is the new Student Hub including a bar, grill, nightclub and theatre. There is a student run magazine as well as a radio station. In sports, there are over 45 different sports and teams available to members. These all have access to the CitySpace sports facility on campus which includes sports halls, fitness suite, physiotherapy and injury centre and spectator areas. There are also various opportunities to give something back to the community with the volunteering opportunities through the university. There are also a range of societies covering interests, cultures, faiths and academic subjects. These range from the business society and education society to the Afro-Caribbean society, the Hong Kong and Malaysia society and the Islamic society. Then there are those based around a certain interest such as the Gothic society or the Formula Student Motorsport Team.