Saint-Louis University - Bruxelles
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2020 - 2021 Programme

Occupational profiles

The Information and Communication degree is divided into two cycles: the Bachelor programme in three years and the Master's programme in one or two years. There is a wide range of career opportunities available for Master's graduates in Information and Communication, including:

  • News agencies, information media, press, radio, television, internet, daily newspapers, periodicals (magazine), International, national, local news, corporate press, community press, “editing” journalist, "field" journalist
  • Business communication, political communication, Internal communication, external communication, Public relations, media relations, organisation of events
  • Interactive and collaborative communication: social media management, running online communities, moderation of participative or collaborative media, web traffic analysis, managing mobile phone projects, transmedia storytelling, SEO optimisation, etc.
  • Lobbying, marketing, advertising management
  • Design of information systems such as archives or databases, audit of management and quality of information in business, public administrations...
  • Socio-educational communication: educational media design, science popularisation, media education, cultural management and entertainment...
  • Stage-related professions, critic and specialised journalism, event organisation, cultural activities, scenario writing, film critic and journalism, film production...
  • Education and Scientific Research