Media Diplomacy (Minor)

Media Diplomacy is a newly introduced minor discipline at the Faculty of Media. It was established to keep up with scientific and technological advances in the fields of media, international relations, and diplomacy at both the local and international levels. Media Diplomacy seeks to influence the public and public opinion, which may help in the making of appropriate decisions within various organizations and bodies, as well as addressing diplomatic crises.

Who is eligible to enroll in the minor program

Students enrolled in the New Media, Public Relations and Advertising, and Languages are eligible to enroll in the program.

Objective of the Program

This specialization aims to keep pace with the evolving knowledge in media and diplomatic political communication. It is designed to prepare graduates with a high level of competence in Media Diplomacy by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to understand and analyze both local and international issues. Additionally, the program focuses on developing advanced technical skills for creating sophisticated media content. Graduates will be qualified to assume international media responsibilities, contribute to shaping public opinion constructively and effectively, and participate actively in the global media landscape.

Career options after graduation

  1. Graduates can work in foreign ministries and diplomatic missions.
  2. Work in international media, whether as international journalists or political analysts, where they can cover and analyze international events.
  3. Work in international and humanitarian organizations such as the United Nations, the European Union, and international humanitarian organizations.
  4. work in local and international institutions, promoting cultural exchange and cross-cultural understanding through cultural programs and international cooperation.
  5. Work as political analysts or consultants in the fields of politics and international relations.
  6. Graduates can share their skills in teaching and training in the fields of diplomatic media and international relations.
  7. Work as experts in international crisis management, diplomatic channels, and strategic planning in institutions concerned with diplomatic media.