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Bachelor of communication studies in University of antwerp

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The bachelor can describe and interpret the main theories and research in the broad domain of communication sciences, from a general social-scientific perspective.The bachelor knows the main research methods in the field of social sciences in general and in communication sciences in particular. Based on this knowledge of methods he/she is able to initiate and /or develop and carry out scientific or policy-oriented research, independently or in team.The bachelor is able to analyse social-scientific problems in general and problems of communication processes in particular.

Should have diploma of secondary education or equivalent on the basis of the stipulations of the institution's access procedure or a diploma of higher education of one cycle with a complete learning programme or a diploma of higher education of social promotion, 180 ECTS-credits, Either you have completed and passed in Dutch at least one year (or the equivalent in credits) at a secondary school, university college or university Or you passed (within the last 2 years) one of the following language tests:the Interuniversity language test Dutch as a foreign language (level C1 for all language related programmes, level B2 for all other programmes), the internationally recognised exam Certificaat Nederlands als Vreemde Taal (CNaVT) , a color copy of a valid passport or identity card, a curriculum vitae, a motivation letter,color copy of an original degree certificate with a translation in Dutch, French, German or English if the degree is drawn up in another language, Dutch language certificate indicating the level or an acceptance letter regarding a registration in a Dutch language course or test.

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