Université catholique de Louvain

 

The advantage of a Dual Master's Degree!
The international experience

Master of Arts in Communication (University of Ottawa) and
Master in Multilingual Communication (Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium)

 

An international component into your Graduate program in communication

Are you interested in adding an international component into your Graduate program in communication, doing an internship abroad, improving your knowledge of both official languages, and obtaining two degrees from highly reputed universities?

Starting in September 2018, students enrolled in the University of Ottawa's Master of Arts in Communication can take part in a brand new option:

The Dual Degree: Master of Arts in Communication (University of Ottawa) and Master in Multilingual Communication (Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium)

The Department of Communication at the University of Ottawa recently signed an agreement with the Louvain's Communication Department to allow students to study in Belgium as part of their graduate program.


How to register

Given the limited number of students that can take part in this new option, we invite you to contact the coordinator of this new option (by May 30th, 2019), to obtain all the information to submit your application:

Kyle Conway, Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Communication (University of Ottawa): Email: cmndirg@uOttawa.ca or by phone: 613-562-5800 ext. 7944.

Presentation of the program

The Faculty of Philosophy, Arts and Literature at the Université catholique de Louvain and the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ottawa have joined forces to offer a new double degree program that enhances strengths of two of their flagship programs:

  • the Master’s in Multilingual Communication (UCL) and
  • the Master of Arts in Communication (UO)

The UCL program will allow you to acquire and develop specialized language skills in English and French (and in other languages) in the field of business communication in different organizational settings.

The University of Ottawa’s program will allow you to explore different facets of the world of organizational communication and media through a rich and varied course offering in a dynamic and stimulating bilingual environment.

Key Features

  • Earn a dual Master's degree in just 2 years
  • Improve your language skills ​​in an international and multilingual professional context
  • Put your theoretical knowledge and language skills into practice
  • Develop your abilities to adapt to the particular context of your organization
  • Develop your soft skills and your background in intercultural communication
  • Develop an international professional network
uOttawa students studying at the Université catholique de Louvain

uOttawa Students registered to the Dual Degree: Kayla Nehme, Laura Sehl, and Melissa Crète

 

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