Mass Communication Schools Abroad: How To Pick The Right School

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Now that you have a list of Mass Communication schools abroad, the next thing to do is choose a school. Choosing a university is a major life decision, and it’s not an easy one to make! There are a lot of things you need to consider such as distance, tuition fees, course offerings—the list could go on!

But no worries, we’re here to help you narrow down your list the smart way! The trick is to make a checklist of the qualities you’re looking for in a school!

Start by asking yourself these five questions when deciding on the right mass communication school for you.

1. What are the course offerings in the school?

First, find out if the school offers the course you want to take. As much as possible, don’t settle for any other course you’re not interested in. Do some research online. Read through the schools’ curricula to compare and find out which university offers the subjects you want to take up. You can also find out which schools are recognized for specific courses. Get advice from your parents and friends, too. But the final decision on your course should be up to you!

2. Where is the school located?

Is the school too far from home? Is it a safe place? Do you think the place will fit your personality? The fact that you’ll be spending years to live and study in a foreign country is enough reason to research well about the place, its people, and culture. As a foreign student, your top priority should be comfort and safety.

It will also be helpful to research about the country’s cost of living. In this way, you will know how you’re going to keep up with the rent expenses, utility bills, food, and transportation allowance once you study abroad.

3. Can I afford the school’s tuition fee?

It’s practical to know how much you’re going to pay for your tuition and see whether you can afford the tuition or not. Just think about how hard it is to focus and study while thinking about the lack of finances! This constant worrying could negatively affect your performance in school.

But if you can’t afford the school’s tuition fee, not all hope is lost! There are other ways to grab a study opportunity abroad for free or almost free of cost. Tip: You can apply for a scholarship!

4. Can I get a scholarship in this school?

One of the best ways to study abroad for free is to look for a scholarship opportunity. Check the available scholarships in the school of your choice. You can also browse through scholarship opportunities on Edukasyon.ph! Just in case you miss the application deadline for scholarships, there are other study abroad opportunities you can apply for such as fellowship grants, which also work like scholarships!

5. Does the school have top-notch equipment and facilities?

As a Mass Communication student, you will be needing various tools in your study like DSLR cameras, hand-held recorders, light kits, microphones, and tripods. It’s a major plus to study in a school with a complete and up to date set of tools and equipment that are relevant to the course you’re taking.

In the end, you don’t need to find the perfect school because spoiler alert: there’s no such place!  You just need to find the right mass communication school for you! Hopefully, these questions will help you map out your decision!

Find more schools that offer Mass Communication programs through Edukasyon.ph. And check out our College Life blog section for more tips and advice on navigating school life!

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Winona Rica L. Sigue

Winona is an accounting student at the University of Santo Tomas. She contributes articles for Edukasyon.ph. Her artistic pursuits inspire her to paint and watch theatre plays. She embraces a minimalist lifestyle.

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