Possible trainings at the end of the programme

Positioning of the programme within the University cursus 
The bachelor's degree in "Information and Communication" entitles direct acces to the Master [120] in Journalism, to the masters of Mons Master [120] in Communication, Master [60] in Information and Communication and Master [120] in Communication (shift schedule), and to the masters of Louvain-la-Neuve Master [120] in Communication and Master [60] in Information and Communication.

Other studies available upon completion of the programme 
The student with a bachelor's degree in Information and Communication will, in principle, have access to the masters organised by the other departments within the Faculty of Economics, Social and Political Sciences or by other Faculties, subject to the fulfillment of the conditions and prerequisites specified by the bodies responsible for organising those programmes. In the case of lacking credits, these may be made up either by being added to the master's programme (if the number of lacking credits does not surpass 15), or by means of a complementary/preparatory year of studies before embarking on the master's programme.