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Bachelor in Information and Communication

Bachelor in Information and Communication

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  • Programme title
    Bachelor in Information and Communication
  • Programme mnemonic
  • Programme organised by
    • Faculty of Letters, Translation and Communication
  • Degree type
  • Tier
    1th cycle
  • Field and branch of study
    Human and social sciences/Information and communication
  • Schedule type
  • Languages of instruction
  • Theoretical programme duration
    3 years
  • Campus
  • Category / Topic
    Human and social sciences - Information and communication
  • Jury President
    Xavier LUFFIN
  • Jury Secretary
    Louis WIART


General information

Degree type


Theoretical programme duration

3 years

Learning language(s)


Schedule type




Category(ies) - Topic(s)

Human and social sciences - Information and communication

Organising faculty(s) and university(ies)

Succeed in your studies

ULB offers a number of activities and resources that can help you develop a successful strategy before or during your studies.

You can make the transition to higher education easier by attending preparatory courses, summer classes, and information and orientation sessions, even before you start your studies at ULB.

During your studies, many people at ULB are there specifically to help you succeed: support staff in each faculty, (inter-)faculty guidance counsellors, tutors, and experts in academic methodology.


Fulfil your ambitions by gaining a professional grounding in: information, communication, advertising, organising and running cultural events, cultural mediation, documentation and records, information processing, new information and communication technologies, media sciences ...


Over the course of the year our assistant teachers will be on hand to provide

  • supervised practicals in the following fields : history, political economics, philosophy, law, languages, bibliographical research, media and statistical studies

  • help and guidance sessions for history, philosophy and language courses

  • a purely practical-based writing workshop

You have at your disposal:

  • 42 PCs with intranet and internet access

  • collections of newspapers and journals

  • audiovisual material for English teaching

  • seminar rooms

Access conditions


What's next ?


Further study and career opportunities

If you go on to do a Master in Communication or journalism, you could go into the following professions

  • Journalist

  • Press officer, communications officer, public relations officer

  • Advertising and marketing

  • Organising and running socio-cultural events and socio-cultural mediation

  • Writing and publishing

If you wish to do a different MA, you can do the following masters:

  • Information and Communication Sciences and Technologies

  • Performing Arts

  • Criminology

  • Multilingual Communication

  • Culture Management

You could also move into research in the following areas:

  • Economics, sociology, semiology, history of the media and communications

  • Marketing and advertising

  • Organising and running socio-cultural events

  • Political sciences