|Location||Turkey, Üsküdar, Istanbul|
|Nominal duration||4 years|
|Tuition fee||$5,500.00 per year|
|Application fee||$100.00 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
With a success of high school graduation degree by 60%
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / Turkish.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Turkish Language Certificate (C1 Level). In case there is no Turkish Language Certificate before enrollment, Üsküdar University offers for its candidate international students one-year (1-year) preparatory Turkish-language school intensive program. (Optional English Preparatory Class)
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
a) achieved 1000 or higher in SAT I,
Since mass media became widespread, the communication field has evolved as a societal fact first and then a scientific phenomena. The linkage between socio-economic transformation and communication technologies developments have formed mass communication as an industry which pervades all aspects of social life. Mass media became widespread and its influence was felt throughout society, concordantly professional learning has become even more important. Indeed, all kinds of messages and information produced or transformed by mass communication industry have great importance because they reach a large segment of society. Therefore, the important point is that information and messages which will be produced on this given environment and transmitted to people, have to be planned for people’s benefit from their production to their distribution, even to their usage. Only well-educated and qualified communication professionals can make that possible.
Radio, Television and Cinema Department educate students as qualified members of the profession with an integrating academic and vocational curriculum prepared by taking into consideration both today and tomorrow, qualified academic staff, high-tech equipments, labs and radio and TV studios.
Department’s curriculum progresses from the general to the specific, from the theoretical to the vocational and consists of complementary consecutives courses , provides the mobility with its wide range of electives courses and also it is appropriate for taking non-departmental electives courses so also for transferring among departments. The curriculum by means of its flexible, dynamic and uptable structure, enables students to develop and use freely their interest and competence. Even though transferring among departments is provided to students, they have to take their department core courses. Accordingly, the students must take department core courses in first two years but in the third and fourth year they have the opportunity to select electives so that they can customize their learning experience. The total course credits are composed of fifty percent of core courses credits and fifty percent of elective courses credits. At least one elective must be taken from departmental electives list and the other two electives can be selected from non-departmental elective list or others departments’ core list.
The stundents who graduated from Radio, Television and Cinema Department have employment opportunities at all fields related to media such as press, advertising, public relations, corporate communication, human resources, political communication besides radio, television and cinema sectors.