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HCIAS MASTER'S PROGRAMThe M.A. 'Communication and Society in Ibero-America'

Application period open!

Applications for the HCIAS’ M.A. program Communication and Society in Ibero-America are still open! We are looking for highly motivated applicants to join our international and interdisciplinary academic community and study the role communication plays in Ibero-American societies. Submit your application online via the heiCO platform until September 30th. If you have any questions contact our study coordination: study(at)hcias.uni-heidelberg.de.
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The master’s program reveals what role communication plays in Ibero-American societies. With advanced knowledge from a variety of disciplines from the humanities and social sciences such as communication studies, political science, sociology, geography, linguistics, literature, cultural studies, and history, you will develop a holistic understanding of Ibero-America. You will gain an understanding of how languages and socio-cognitive factors shape the political and economic spaces of this macro-region, how social and communication dynamics interact in them, and which effects they have on the Ibero-American cultures, peoples, and their natural environments.

Basic Information

– Master’s program, 120 ECTS: 2 years full-time, or 4 years part-time

– Study program taught in English and Spanish

– Mobility window: research stays and internships

– Study location: Heidelberg University, Germany

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

– Undergraduate university degree in the humanities or social sciences

– Proficiency in English and Spanish

APPLICATION DEADLINE

– September 30th of each year.

– Classes begin in mid-October

Goals

Students of the master’s program Communication and Society in Ibero-America have the possibility to develop their own individual profiles for professional fields in and outside academia. The knowledge and competencies you acquire prepare you for professional activity in research institutions to tackle current questions related to communication and society in Ibero-America from an interdisciplinary perspective. Outside academia, you are able to apply your knowledge of communication and society and your professional skills in working environments like communications departments of public institutions, NGOs, public relations, or press and media. A stay abroad within the course of study further promotes the building of your individual profile and will provide you with an opportunity for hands-on experience in future professional fields. The master’s program is closely tied to the HCIAS’ research program meaning the subject matter reflects current research on, in, and with Ibero-America. Learn from and with researchers at the HCIAS of Heidelberg University and abroad and become involved in their research projects.

Welcome Message from the Director of the HCIAS

Insights

marc bartosch

The master’s program for me means an unparalleled opportunity for intellectual growth and professional development. It represents a chance to delve deep into the social, cultural, political, and communication aspects of Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula, enabling me to broaden my perspective and think critically about the interconnectedness of these disciplines.

Marc Bartosch, Germany, Bachelor of Arts in Translation Studies

Contact and Support

HCIAS STUDY COORDINATOR

Martha Rudka, M.A.
Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies - HCIAS
Brunnengasse 1, 69117 Heidelberg
Tel.: +49 (0)6221 54-19334
E-Mail: martha.rudka(at)uni-heidelberg.de

OFFICE HOURS

  • Online or at the HCIAS (Brunnengasse 1), room 105
  • Advice in English, Spanish, or German
  • Please request an appointment via email: martha.rudka(at)uni-heidelberg.de
Martha Rudka