EHU’s Media and Communication Program Granted Seven-Year Accreditation

The European Humanities University program Media and Communication has been awarded a seven-year accreditation by the Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education of Lithuania (Studijų kokybės vertinimo centras). This accreditation is a testament to the program’s high quality and commitment to preparing students for successful careers in the media and communication industry.

The Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education is a nationally recognized organization that evaluates academic programs to ensure they meet rigorous standards of excellence. The accreditation process involved a comprehensive review of the program’s curriculum, faculty, student outcomes, and resources.

Program “Media and Communication” trains highly qualified professionals in the field of media and communications (journalism, public relations, media management, production, audiovisual production, research in the field of new media, visual culture and creative industries) with theoretical knowledge, practical skills and professional competences that meet modern educational standards and the dynamic development of new communication technologies, local and global trends in the media market. Program graduates can choose to study at EHU and other Lithuanian and foreign universities that offer postgraduate study programs in English, Russian or other languages. Media and Communication diploma is recognized across the European Union.

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