Double-Degree program in partnership with London School of Economics & Sciences Po
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Program Introduction


The Journalism School of Fudan University established the Global Media & Communications double-master’s degree program in partnership with the Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science, in 2007. It was followed by establishment of the joint Communication & Media double-master’s degree program with the School of Communication, Sciences Po, in 2012.


These programs aim to enhance the skills of media and communications professionals - through research, practical training and applied learning - in Chinese media, marketing, journalism and culture in order to enhance their knowledge of China, equipping them with a richer global perspective and media savvy so they can contribute a unique transnational perspective in their future professions.


Fudan -LSE Global Media & Communication Program


LSE is located in London, the UK’s media capital. LSE is a specialist university with an international intake and a global reach. Its research and teaching span the full breadth of the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to sociology, anthropology, accounting and finance. Founded in 1895 by Beatrice and Sidney Webb, the School has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. 16 Nobel prize winners have been LSE staff or alumni.


The first year is within the Department of Media and Communication, LSE with a specialization on Global Media and Communications. Courses include Media Power, Research Methods in Media and Communication, Media and Globalization, Political Communication and so on. Students have chances to choose Chinese language as optional course. 


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Fudan -Sciences Po Communication & Media Program


For over a hundred years, SCIENCES PO, a leading university for teaching and research in the social sciences, has been training the best young minds for positions of leadership. Located in the heart of Paris, as one of Europe's most competitive universities, SCIENCES PO prepares its graduates to take their place in international business, multilateral organizations, positions of public responsibility, and other fields of endeavor. SCIENCES PO’s international strategy relies on a network of 300 top-universities worldwide.


The first year at SCIENCES PO in the School of Communication specializes in “Communication and Media”. Courses are multidisciplinary and students will have International Communication, Strategic Corporate Communication, Marketing, Politics, Intellectual Property, New media with focus on Europe and Asia in Media and Communication. Students will also be asked to follow two language classes at SCIENCES PO. Students also have access to a wide range of media enterprises in Paris through two months internship at the end of first year between June and August.  


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Second Year in Fudan


Established in 1905, Fudan University has been being one of top universities in China and well-known in the world. It is located in Shanghai, the most dynamic metropolis on the west coast of the Pacific. In a Chinese Confucian classic, “fudan” indicates inexhaustible self-reliance and industriousness.


The Journalism School of Fudan University was founded in 1988. Its precursor, the Department of Journalism, Fudan University, was founded in 1929 as the first educational establishment in China to commit to journalism education. As the only journalism school in China that offers four levels of education in the discipline - undergraduate, graduate, PhD and post-PhD - Fudan J-school is a proud ‘Cradle for Chinese Journalists’ and a nationwide leader in journalism and communication research.


The second year of the program within School of Journalism, Fudan University is committed to the study for Fudan University Degree of Communication, specialization in Global Media and Communications for Fudan-LSE and Communication and Media for Fudan-Sciences Po respectively. It makes full use of the specialties of Fudan University in journalism and its close links to Shanghai’s media industry to help students gain expertise in Chinese media.



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