With 93,000 media outlets which include 27, 000 newspapers and magazines, 330 Television channels and a flourishing film industry, Russia is one of the best places to let creativity groom in an innovative environment.
Though there are not much courses available in the field of Media, Films & Journalism but Russia is developing the course structure to suit the international students. While one can pursue course in journalism at Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral level there are not much options available in Media and Films. However, students can opt for short term courses offered by various institutes in Russia.
How to apply to a college offering Media, Films & Journalism in Russia
For Bachelor’s degree (BSc/BA) students need to produce a certificate of secondary education
For Master’s degree (MSc/ MA), a Bachelor’s degree diploma or a Specialist diploma is required
For PhD programmes students need to have a Master’s degree diploma or a Specialist diploma
English proficiency is not compulsory; however, students are advised to confirm it from individual colleges in Russia.