Communications Scientists are concerned with the structure and impact of the media. Let us write your thesis in Communications Studies!

General information on Communications Studies

Modern communications covers a wide range of media. In addition to traditional media such as newspapers, radio and television networks, online-based social news portals are becoming increasingly important. Communications Scientist not only study the content side of things, but also work on technical aspects. At many universities, Communications Studies are offered with the closely related Department of Media Studies. It is both a degree as well as a separate subject. During their studies, students investigate, among other things, what media there are, how they work and how they are used. In so doing, they are always taking a look at the communication of the future: What kind of communications devices will there be in the future and what possibilities will they offer? In addition to the mass communication through print and online media, communication studies also deal with other issues such as advertising, non-verbal communication and/or public relations/public relations. Possible areas of study include media economics, media psychology or market research. After completing their studies, communication scientists often work as journalists, project managers or in public relations.

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Tips for submitting a successful thesis in Communications Studies

Communication scientists work not only theoretically but also empirically. Since an empirically based thesis particularly requires a high level of motivation and commitment, you should look for a topic that really interests you. At the same time, you should also make sure that your subject is suited to the career path you want to pursue after graduation. Early on, suggest a topic to the instructor who is supervising your thesis – typically, you can choose a topic as long as it is relevant to the research. Demonstrating interest in the subject and regular communication with your lecturer during the developmental phase of your work will mostly have positive effect on your final grade.

It may also be helpful to join a group of fellow students or to form a special working group. Working together with other students who are researching their thesis or doing empirical study research may already help dispel some difficulties in advance. In a group, it is possible to answer questions, discuss your results with others or discuss the structure of your thesis with the other students.