Journalism and Mass Communication

Journalism and Mass Communication

What difference do we offer? Synthesis of theoretical knowledge and practical experience; programs designed to rely on practice of western Universities; practitioner professors with western education; considering individual skills and opportunities of each and every student; international exchange programs; employment for all graduates of ESM School of Media.

It is our aim to equip our students with universal education and professional skills; equip you with skills needed to use modern technology; allow you to see, create and change; we promise – you will be distinguished from the rest.

After completing the program, you are awarded Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and Journalism.

In the programs you will thoroughly learn: norms of journalism, values, instruments and standards, principles of media organization and working at managerial positions in these organizations, different directions of communication sphere –public relations (PR), basics of Marketing and Advertising and media research.

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Lot 37 Pk 6 Cotonou Est,Zone Des Ambassades, Republic Of Benin.

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Admission Requirement


Individuals having completed a secondary education are eligible for enrolling in the program. The pre-condition for enrollment in the Bachelor’s program is passing the WAEC, NECO or NATEB. Compulsory subjects to be taken are: Mathematics and Physics, while elective subjects can include: Chemistry/Geography /English language and Civil Studies. Any exception from the rules of enrollment shall be allowed only in the cases prescribed by the legislation.