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Why News, Media and Publishing?

The course is suitable for anyone who wants to acquire the tools necessary to understand contemporary reality, having awareness of the socio-political context, and prepare to face the metamorphoses of journalism, publishing and communication.
It is a course that offers students numerous opportunities to engage with professionals and, thanks to seminars, workshops, laboratories and the mandatory internship, allows them even before graduating to gain practical experience of the working world for which it prepares.
The course in Information and Publishing allows continuous discussion with professors, peers and professionals, all of whom are willing to engage in dialogue, fostered by interactive lectures. Particular attention is given to the challenges of digital, but also to an appreciation of traditional media, such as print and television, focusing on quality and continuously updated communication strategies.
The possibility to customize one's path, either through one of the two proposed curricula or through subjects and activities of the student's choice, is an additional strength of Information and Publishing.

What will you study

The course is divided into two curricula:

A group of subjects is common: theories and techniques of journalistic language, integrated multimedia information, ethics and pragmatics of communication, communications law, history of journalism.

The area of linguistics, literary criticism and the various visual arts, and the history of books and publishing are deepened.

A group of subjects is common: theories and techniques of journalistic language, integrated multimedia information, ethics and pragmatics of communication, communications law, history of journalism.

The socio-politological, economic and internationalist areas are explored. To acquire professional vocabulary in English, specific seminars and lectures taught in the language are provided.

Seminars on journalistic and editorial practice, with the participation of professionals and experts, are organized during the course, which include the acquisition of educational credits for participants.

Awareness of the information system in Italy and Europe is deepened with internships at public and private companies in the European Union, news agencies, newspapers and radio and television stations, press offices, online editorial offices, and publishing companies, under the guidance of professional journalists or managers and editors of publishing companies.

After graduation

The Information and Publishing graduate

Who is it?

  • adjunct to public and private press offices
  • adjunct to press agencies
  • public relations officer
  • online brokerage officer
  • press agent
  • international information professional
  • specialty and periodical information professional
  • social editor
  • editorial editor
  • copywriter
  • editor
  • editor of integrated multimedia information texts in publishing and journalism
  • coordinator of editorial activities
  • editorial manager
  • social media manager
  • SEO

What do you do?

Those who major in Information and Publishing can practice these professions because they are able to:

  • manage content as part of editorial and/or publishing activities
  • design content, including multimedia 
  • .
  • design services for multiplatform environments
  • manage and draft content for internal communication activities 
  • manage and draft content for external users in press office and communication
  • design and produce products for specialized and periodical information
  • operate in the management of news and publishing organizations
  • organize and manage corporate communication activities
  • manage social media and networks
  • optimize visibility on the web - SEO and web marketing activities-

Where do you work?

  • in traditional and next-generation media
  • in traditional and digital publishing
  • in the press and communications offices of public agencies, private companies and NGOs, including in the international arena
  • in local and state governments 
  • .
  • in communication agencies
  • in theaters and libraries and other cultural institutions
  • in public opinion analysis bodies and agencies
  • in social media networks