The "Information-Communication" 3rd year Bachelor's degree course (L3) at EJCAM is attached to the Bachelor's degree in Public Administration (Aix-Marseille University). It is a one year generalist program that prepares students either for entry into the workforce, or for further study in a Master's program (in particular the "Information-Communication" Master's program at EJCAM), or for the preparation of certain competitive examinations requiring a Bachelor's degree. The training aims to offer a plurality of fundamental teachings in the field of information, communication, media and new media. The program is diversified in the sense that it articulates, on these fundamental courses, the learning of professional know-how. The courses take place on the Aix-en-Provence's branch of EJCAM. A compulsory six-week internship (minimum) takes place at the end of the program.
Which students? Which jobs?
This generalist L3 course allows students to consolidate their general knowledge and to develop professional projects directly related to the worlds of information and journalism, media and communication. Open and curious minds, and versatile profiles, will be particularly welcome in this type of curriculum.
In addition to pursuing a Master's degree, this program also allows graduates to enter the workforce as assistants to communication managers or editorial managers. Graduates are thus able to assist management with communication projects, some or all of which are digital, to contribute to specifications depending on the complexity of the communication and/or editorial projects, and to carry out preparatory surveys, if necessary.
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Access to this program is open to students who have completed the first four semesters of a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent), whether it be the L1 and L2 of Public Administration (IMPGT), but also the first two years of the "Information-Communication" Bachelor's degree (outside AMU), or from other fields of study (e.g., "Arts and Letters," "Human and Social Sciences," "Law and Political Science," "Economics and Management," etc.), or even equivalent Bachelor's degrees (preparatory classes, BTS and DUT).), or even equivalent diplomas (preparatory classes for prestigious schools, BTS and DUT).
Internships and supervised projects
Throughout the year, the development of student work in "project" mode allows for a first exposure to professional conditions.
A 6 weeks internship is mandatory. You must do it after the end of classes in the second semester (mid-April) and ideally have done one month of internship at the beginning of June of the academic year.
You can do one or more internships and exceed the minimum duration of 6 weeks. Your last internship must end by August 31 of the academic year. The internship periods after the submission of the internship report are not taken into account in the evaluation.