Department of Journalism
Prof. Raluca-Nicoleta Radu, PhD – Director
Department of Cultural Anthropology and Communication
Lecturer Adriana Ștefănel, PhD – Director
Department of Low Frequency Education
Lecturer Natalia Vasilendiuc, PhD – Director
The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies asserts its professional prestige among schools and academic institutions in the field both in Romania and abroad.
The Faculty is a member of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA), of Réseau des centres francophones de formation au journalisme “Théophraste”, of Réseau Transméditerranéen de Recherche en Communication (RTRC), of the European Institute for Commercial Communications Education (branch of the European Association of Communications Agencies).
Every year, teachers and students of the faculty are included in European projects for professional formation and experience exchange programmes, through the Erasmus+ programme and through strategic partnerships made with prestigious universities and vocational institutions. In time, the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies has established academic and research relationships with partners such as Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme of Lille, Université du Québec à Montréal, School of Journalism and Mass Communications of the University of South Carolina, Cox Centre for International Mass Communication Training and Research, Department of Journalism of the California State University – CHICO in the USA, Mid Sweden University, Université Stendhal-Grenoble 3, Université Paul Valéry-Montpellier III, Université de Lorraine, Université Lumière Lyon 2, Université Catholique de Louvain, Universität Leipzig, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Sevilla, Instituto De Artes Visuais, Design E Marketing of Lisbon, Universita degli Studi di Bari, Uniwersytet Warszawski, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens etc.
The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies has created the Research Centre for the Role of Mass Communication in the Development of the Public Space, of Reception Analysis and of Advanced Technologies – SPARTA and edits the Romanian Journalism and Communication Magazine as well as the Styles of Communication magazine, both indexed in internationally-known databases.
The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies has study programmes which are accredited by ARACIS (the Romanian Agency of Quality Assurance in Higher Education) and it offers the possibility of professional formation in the mass-media scene (radio, television, written press, online journalism), in public relationships and in advertisement.
Also, the FJMC offers research competence in media, advertisement and public relationships.
The academic programmes of the faculty include three Bachelor’s degree programmes, nine Master’s degree programmes as well as doctoral and post-doctoral programmes in the Doctoral School of Communication Studies.
The graduates of the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies may become written and online press journalists, radio and television journalists, editors, reporters, press correspondents, specialists in publication and marketing, copywriters, art directors, public relations specialists, event organizers, spokespeople, marketing specialists, human resources and personnel specialists, audio-video producers, academic professors etc.