Top 3 Undergraduate Pathways in Communication 2019
An undergraduate pathway provides an opportunity for students with limited English proficiency to learn the necessary reading, writing, speaking and listening skills before enrolling in a degree program. Students often take both language arts classes and courses pertaining to their future degree.
Communication courses are there to assist in building a unique skills set that will open up a wide variety of employment opportunities in the future. The skills honed by this program are highly sought after in the current job market, meaning students may choose from a variety of career fields.
The Sunway Foundation in Arts (FIA) creates an academic pathway for students to transition smoothly into tertiary level studies at Sunway University or to selected local
The Sunway Foundation in Arts (FIA) creates an academic pathway for students to transition smoothly into tertiary level studies at Sunway University or to selected local and overseas universities. As a Sunway University preparatory programme, FIA has been specially designed to enable students to progress into Sunway University. Subject to achieving minimum university entry required scores for their proposed degree programme, students from FIA are guaranteed a place in Sunway University
The programme was developed with academics from FIA and Sunway University having contributed their expertise and experience, incorporating key elements for students to develop intellectually, emotionally and socially. Ensuring there is a seamless pathway from the foundation year right through to the undergraduate years. Owing to the quality of its provision and the scope of its curriculum, FIA qualification is also accepted by selected local and foreign institutions....
International Year One in Journalism/Communication will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Washington State University. Upon succes
International Year One in Journalism/Communication will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Washington State University. Upon successful completion of International Year One and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of undergraduate study at Washington State University. This transition from an INTO WSU program to a university degree program is called progression.
Degree Program Components:
120 credit hour program
25 credit hours apply from Pathway
95 credit hours remaining toward a degree
120 credit hour program
16 credit hours apply from Pathway
104 credit hours remaining toward a degree
Begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry.
Receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year at a US university.
Graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students.
Smaller class sizes allow you to spend more time with your teachers.
Develop the knowledge and skills for your degree through your chosen pathway.
Key course facts
Course length: 1-2 Semesters
Start dates: 2019: January, August; 2020: January
Fees: From $16,500
Class hours: 12-16 hours per week
Class size: 15
Award: This Pathway leads to undergraduate degrees including Communication and Society, English, Journalism and Media Production, Marketing or Strategic Communication at Washington State University.
The world has changed, and with it, the way future professionals must be educated has also changed. That's why you will receive an education which is practical and applic
Studying at the CEU UCH means choosing a University which is different both in the ‘what’ and the ‘how’. We offer a combination of experience and innovation. It is about being truly international and yet with strong local roots. In short, we can offer you everything you need to be whatever you want to be.
What makes us different?
1. Bilingual training
If you would like to study both in English and in Spanish and enhance your future professional profile, you can study the first year of your degree in English and then complete the rest of your degree in Spanish. There are particular learning itineraries to meet different needs:
For students who are not native Spanish speakers: the study program for the first year is entirely in English, except for 15 ECTS credits (which these students will undertake in the second year). Instead of undertaking these 15 ECTS credits in the first year, you will undertake a Spanish language module to help you prepare for undertaking your studies in Spanish.
For native Spanish-speaking students: the study program for the first year is entirely in English, except for 15 ECTS credits, which will be undertaken in Spanish.