Communication Management

SubjectCommunications, Management

LevelUndergraduate

Type of DegreeBA

CostEUR 3,500toEUR 8,900

CountryItaly

CityMilan

Cost non-EUEUR 8,040


The undergraduate degree in Communication Management (COMMA) is a unique program with a strong emphasis on two of the key strengths of the Italian economy: fashion and food. These two sectors have witnessed some of the most fundemental changes in communications methods in the social media age. Students will also gain an understanding of the role sustainability plays in these sectors and the principles and practice of sustainable development in the context of urban cultures.

Combining sociology and media studies, psychology and economics, history and political science, together with law, the program provides a coherent interdisciplinary curriculum that allows students to develop their understanding of how communication works in the creative industries and in particular in fashion and food.

This degree is ideal for students who want to work in public relations, social media and content management or as a product manager in the fields of fashion and food.

You can apply directly to Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Admissions open in January and the final assessment round is held in June if there are still places available.

Tuition fees for EU students are means-tested and are in the range mentioned above. For non-EU students the tuition fee is €8,040 per year and scholarships are available.

Entry requirements are 3 A levels plus 3 GCSEs in six different subjects. Students can apply on the basis of predicted grades. There are no specific A level subject requirements although native Italian speakers cannot use Italian A level as on of their three subjects. There is no formal grade requirement but entry to the programme is selective.


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