Graduated? What's Next?
The Bachelor of International Communication Management does not train you for one specific profession. After graduating, you will have mastered a wide range of communication skills and techniques. So you have many options, and this in an international context.
- Advertising, marketing and communication agencies
- Communication agencies of companies
- PR and event agencies
- Government institutions
- Non-profit organisations
- Commercial organisations
When, many years ago, I started recording videos in my bedroom to put online, I could only dream of the job I have now
Manager of Vidsome
The possibilities are endless: spokesperson, copywriter, communications officer, event manager, brands strategist, conversation manager ...
By making specific choices during your studies (for instance in the course unit Workshop), you show your future employers what your professional identity will be. And by selecting your internship location carefully, you already start shaping your future career.
Will I Find a Job With This Degree?
On average, four months pass between graduating and finding the first job in the professional sector. Who finds a job outside of the sector needs on average five months to get employed. One year after graduation, only 8.4 % of people with this degree is looking for a job (Source: 'VDAB-Schoolverlatersrapport 2016').
Thanks to real-life cases, interesting and varied courses, intriguing lecturers with a passion for communication, and my internship, I was more than ready to get started in the communication sector
Former student in the Bachelor of Communication Management, and now Lecturer and Online Communication Officer at Artevelde University of Applied Sciences
Prefer Continued Studies?
On average 60 % of the Communication Management students continues their education. We expect similar results for this new programme ...
At Artevelde University of Applied Sciences you can obtain a second bachelor's degree via a shortened track. Do you want to focus on written or spoken language? Then the Bachelor of Journalism is the perfect supplement. Business Management and Graphic and Digital Media are smart choices too.
Additionally, we offer other opportunities to advance your knowledge via:
- Advanced Bachelor Programmes
- Postgraduate programmes, for instance the postgraduate Digital Marketing Communication or Digital Content and Journalism
- Further training programmes
In the Ghent University Association, you will find numerous bachelor and master programmes and additional trainings that are in line with your degree. For instance, a transfer programme allows you to enrol in a Master in Communication Sciences. You can find all info on the Ghent University Study Guide.
The subjects Contemporary History and Government Communication at Artevelde University of Applied Sciences increased my hunger for knowledge
Former student in the Bachelor of Communication Management