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College of Communication & Information

At the University of Kentucky the HAW Hamburg has a cooperation with the College of Communication & Information, which has over 1,600 undergraduate students and offers five majors:

Communication
Students explore human interactions and the evaluation of communication processes. They take one of the following four tracks: Business & Organizational Communication, Digital & Mass Communication, Health Communication and Human Communication.

Information Communication Technology
Students gain knowledge and skills needed to effectively apply, use and manage technology when solving problems specifically related to information and communication. Classes provide a human and organizational focus on technology.

Integrated Strategic Communication
Students learn to coordinate multiple aspects of strategic communication such as advertising, direct response and public relations to deliver persuasive messages to consumers.

Journalism
Students develop analytical and critical thinking skills to communicate with audiences across all media platforms for careers as reporters, photographers, videographers, editors, publishers, producers, anchors, social media content managers or other professions that require experience in writing, reporting, editing, curating, printing, broadcasting, web or social media.

Media Arts & Studies
This program promotes the study of the means of production and dissemination of digital content, and their ultimate effects on individuals, political communication, civic participation, media organizations, media policy and practices and society as a whole.

(Text from the University of Kentucky, College of Communication & Information Website)

Undergraduate classes in the above majors

if you have questions about studying at the University of Kentucky you can talk to Prof. Dr. Steffen Burkhardt or contact Jan Schacht, who studied at the University of Kentucky and knows the campus and the city of Lexington.

Life in Lexington & at the University of Kentucky

Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky with a population of 315,000. It is situated in the heart of the states's Bluegrass region and as a centre for thoroughbred horse-breedung and racing it is known as the "Horse Capital of the World". Lexington is also home to many thriving arts organizations including a professional orchestra, two ballet companies, professional theatre and Museums. The University of Kentucky is a city university on a 814-acre campus. Students can join organizations like the Communication Student Association, ICT Student Association, Ad Club, Public Relations Student Society of America, Society of Professional Journalists, National Association of Black Journalists, Media Arts and Studies Society, Grehan Recording Group, Forensics, and Debate and expand their skills during their study abroad.

Letzte Änderung: 25.07.19

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Website der Partnerhochschule

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University of Kentucky
www.uky.edu

Quick infos:

Location: Lexington, Kentucky
No. of students: 29,7000

Rankings:
#133 in National Universities
#63 in Top Public Schools
(U.S. News & World Report)

Language:
DAAD Sprachzertifikat mit mindestens *** in jedem Bereich
Students should take a language test at Hamburg School of English (mehr)
Ausgewählte Personen müssen dann ein Interview mit einem UK Professor durchführen

Housing:
The University of Kentucky offers on-campus housing and Student services for off-campus housing:
On-Campus housing
Off-Campus housing

Semester dates:
The semester starts around the end of August. Here is the academic calendar for the University of Kentucky.

Application:
To apply to the University of Kentucky you must be nominated by the HAW Hamburg. Application period: November - 6. January (see more information here)