The Bachelor of Arts Program in Journalism (Media Studies) was established in 2006. Since then, there are more than 1,020 graduates so far. Many of our graduates work as journalists, editors of all kinds of media, brand managers, public relations officer, customer relations, event managers, market-researcher, advertisers as well as communicator for various state: private sector, NGOs and international organizations. The most common working fields are Advertising Agencies and PR Agencies, Film and Photography, Marketing Communication, Television and Radio Broadcasting, Journalism, Business Administration and the Print Industry.
Karnkorn Raktham – BJM#2
“Because we’re not separated into specific majors, the students are able to acquire a variety of skills and reflect on what we really like in the mass communication industry. Although we may not end up in the field, the journalistic or communication skills we have learned remain essential prowess in life that we can use in any line of work”
Pare Pattanapratyapong – BJM#2
“The BJMers are the baby birds ready to leave the nest; and the baby birds symbolize the faculty’s symbol. While we’re here – from freshmen to seniors – we are the baby birds, growing wings strong enough to fly out to the world. The different knowledge we receive each year keeps strengthening us further”