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Department of Media & Communication
The Media and Communication (MC) Department of MIU prepares skilled and innovative professionals in the fields of journalism, public relations, marketing, and media production. Our students develop a strong foundation in media and communication theory and practice, journalism, and media policy, with a sequence of courses that equip them to produce creative media content for national and international audiences. Public relations, advertising, and strategic communication round out the curriculum, enabling students to specialize in their area of professional interest.
Year 1 & 2 / Students are introduced to
– Basic knowledge each of the SISC majors: International Relations, Media & Communication, and International Development, Diplomacy, and International Law;
– Foundamental academic writing and reading skills;
Year 3 / Students gain knowledge and skills in
– Media Writing, PR, Advertising, and Communication
– Practical media tools and photoshooting
Year 4 / Students move to
– Practical usage of the skills learned in classes through internships
– MC graduation project development and research work
All applicants must have completed or be expected to complete high school, secondary education, or an equivalent education prior to their enrollment. All applicants must give an entrance exam as part of the admission process.
The Entrance Exam consists of three sections: Grammar & Vocabulary, Essay. Applicants of Media and Communication department must give skill test. Skill test consists of essay writing on relevant topic.
70% Entrance Exam (20% Grammar / Essay 40% / Speaking 40%)
30% Statement of Purpose & Recommendation Letter
Office Location: D building
Meet our Faculties
Associate Professor, Program Manager
Chong Su Kim
Jericho Burg (Ph.D)
Associate Professor, Media and Communication Department, MIU (2018-now)
Program Manager, Media and Communication Program, School of International Studies and Communication, MIU (2021-)
Ph.D. in Communication, University of California, San Diego, 2008
From the moment I first arrived at MIU in late August, 2018, I knew it was a very special place. The sense of community, the welcoming environment, and the relationships I have developed with our students make it unlike any American or international university I’ve experienced. The level of care for individual students is unparalleled, and the university environment provides unique opportunities for personal and professional development for faculty and students alike. MIU enables academic achievement with personal growth in a way that produces graduates well equipped for both international careers and advanced study. The Media and Communication program in particular combines relevant coursework with international exposure to prepare students for a variety of fields, from journalism to marketing to social media production. MC students study important aspects of their field in a curriculum based on international standards. They also have hands-on, experiential learning opportunities through a series of practical courses and internships with local and international news organizations. I’m proud to be part of the MIU faculty and help our students learn, thrive, and succeed.
Digital Video Storytelling
Introduction to Broadcasting
Global Media and Culture
Global Advertising and PR
Digital Media Strategy for Advertising/PR
Mongolian NTV, MN25, NTV, EDU TV, TV2, Bloomberg Mongolia TVs and Global Internship for foreign students in their countries
Media Marketing/Advertising/PR Persons