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Communication Science: Political Communication
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Open house

Live sessions

In autumn and spring, you can attend live Meet & Ask sessions. Do you want us to keep you informed on news and upcoming events? 

Meet & Ask
On Wednesday 10 February 2021 it was possible to meet a student and a lecturer during a live online session. After a short presentation you could ask them everything you want to know about the programme. Did you miss it or do you want to review the session?
What is it like studying the Political Communication Master's track?
Lecturer and research Penny Sheets Thibaut and student Janneke Kempen talk about courses, students and misunderstandings about the Political Communication Master's track.
What do our Alumni do?
Meet our alumni: Suzanne Hartog who works as a trainee at the government, Lokke van der Wal, who works as a online campaign manager at KLM and also meet Erik Hilhorst who works as a junior analyst at Publistat.
Virtual Roeterseiland Campus Tour
Are you curious to see where Communication Science is normally situated? Watch this virtual tour of our Roeterseilandcampus!

Frequently asked questions

  • Can I still decide during the pre-Master to change to another track?

    Yes you can. All tracks have the same entry requirements. After completing the Pre-Master, you can choose a track again in Studielink.

    Note: this does not apply to the Research Master. If you have doubts about taking the Research Master, please contact the study adviser as soon as possible (not only after the pre-Master).

  • I have completed "name of a study programme", do I have to do a pre-Master first?

    That is always viewed and assessed per person. If you want to be sure, sign up. The admission officers will let you know if you need to do a pre-Master. Three things are considered:

    • Do you have knowledge of the most important theories in communication science?
    • Do you have knowledge in statistics?
    • Do you know how to write an empirical paper?

    If you answered “no” to one of the questions, chances are that you will have to follow (part of) the pre-Master.

  • What are my job opportunities when I finish the Political Communication Master's programme?

    The track provides the basis for editorial, policy, advisory and research positions in the media sector, government, politics, civil-society organisations and the commercial world. 

    Graduates can be found working as:

    • spokespersons 
    • information officers 
    • PR managers 
    • journalists
    • documentary makers
    • communication consultants for numerous organisations ranging from local municipalities to the European Union and from non-governmental organisations to ministries.
    • PhD positions and academic research jobs
The Open House has lots more great things to offer.
Virtually explore the campuses and Amsterdam.
Get to know programmes from a different perspective during our theme weeks.
Find out what other programmes we offer.