Digital Media and Communication (in English)

The program aims to prepare qualified specialists in response to an emergency need in the labor market for professionals with knowledge, skills, and competencies in the field of digital media and communication that will grow globally.
The program provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge and professional skills in the fields of contemporary journalism and digital media, audiovisual communications, Public Relations, digital marketing communications, and advertising.
It offers the following opportunities for specialization: profile "Digital Media", profile "PR in the Digital Age” and profile "Digital Advertising and Marketing".
The program aims to train and qualify professionals in response to an urgent need in the labor market for professionals with knowledge, skills, and competencies in the field of digital media and communication.

Education form
Part time


You can study full–time or part-time for one year and a half (three semesters). Professional qualification: Master of Digital Media and Communication. MASTER’S PROGRAM CURRICULUM can be read here:


The taught course takes place within the University’s two 15-week semesters and involves lectures, seminars, tutorials, and case-study work. Students must successfully defend their Master’s thesis before the MA degree will be granted.

Tuition Fees - 2021/2022

EU students - full-time: 6000 BGN part-time: 5000 BGN
Non-EU students - full-time: 3850 € part-time: 3300 €

The fees are paid directly to the School’s bank account, in three installments, at the beginning of each semester.
Admission requirements
A Bachelor's or Master's degree.
The program is designed for students who have acquired the Educational and Qualification Degree “Bachelor” or “Master” of specialties “Journalism”, “Public Relations”, “Book Publishing” and “Communication Management” of the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication, as well as Bachelor and Master of other specialties of other faculties of Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” and other high educational institutions.
All teaching, course materials, and coursework will be in English. Students whose native language is not English must provide evidence that they have sufficient command of both spoken and written English, which corresponds at least to the level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) proficiency levels (Advanced English level: C1, TOEFL IBT: 100, TOEFL PBT: 600, TOEFL computer-based: 250, IELTS: 7).

Educational goals

Educational goals

The Master's Program provides the necessary professional qualification for the following industries: online media, digital websites of the traditional media - print, radio, television, digital media companies, PR and advertising agencies, PR and advertising departments of corporations and institutions, marketing departments of various businesses, digital agencies.

Educational plan

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Full time curriculum 551.21 KB
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