The Master’s program in Communication and Media Studies is tailored for individuals with a proficiency in multiple languages and a keen interest in intercultural communication, as well as a desire to comprehend the intricacies of new media tools and digital technologies. Effective communication skills are not just important, but rather fundamental for success in the field of media sciences. This program emphasizes both theoretical knowledge and hands-on, practical skills crucial for a prosperous professional journey. Rooted in social and behavioral sciences, the curriculum is heavily media-centric, addressing current issues in intercultural communication. It integrates various disciplines like communication theory, media studies, political science, sociology, psychology, and cultural studies to meet the demands of today’s social and labor markets. The program spans two academic years, delving into subjects like social history, representation theories, anthropology of communication, and more. The latter part of the program shifts towards international communication-related topics, with a specialization option in International Communication. Graduates are equipped to take on roles in media, culture, education, publishing, and non-profit sectors, as well as pursue further studies at the doctoral level, thanks to their interdisciplinary training.