Digital Communication

2-year Master’s Degree in Digital Communication (Collaboration with the Faculty of Economics, Management and Science)


Programme director: Dr Zineb Serghini ( )


Research supervisors: Dr Zineb Serghini (Strategic Communication), Dr Lydie Lenne (Digital Communication)


Academic Calendar: Fall semester from mid-September to Christmas, spring semester from mid-January to mid-May

550 teaching hours in the first year, 420 in the second year


Languages of instruction: French


This Master’s degree in Digital Communication offers a rigorous academic course focussed on the issues at stake in an increasing digital society. It provides students with advanced communication skills, technical competence with the latest digital tools and the ability to analyse data effectively.


Entry Requirements

Open to students with a Bachelors’ degree in the following areas who can speak and write good French: Computer Studies, Information Technology, Communication, Economics, Management (other arts and social science subjects may be considered). Non-native speakers of French are also required to prove they have attained the level B2 in French.


What Next ?

Students will be able to build up an impressive profile of skills and experience enabling them to meet the needs of today’s employers (data analysis, UX analysis, project management, social media management etc.). Future career possibilities include: community manager, social media manager, digital project leader, editor (online publications), content manager, online communications officer, web designer, digital planner, webmaster, online marketing manager, traffic manager etc.


Study Abroad

It is possible to spend one or two semesters in one of our partner universities (about 25 possible destinations).


Internships and Work Experience

Students will do a mandatory two-month-long internship each year.


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