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MOHAMMED BIN RASHID SCHOOL FOR COMMUNICATION
  • *** AUD ID cards for new students will be available in the Registrar’s Office starting Sunday, September 17, 2017
  • *** Fall 2017 semester starts September 04, 2017 and ends December 21, 2017
The Mohammed Bin Rashid School for Communication (MBRSC) was established in 2008 per the directives of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum for AUD to coordinate with various Dubai-based constituencies to insure the uniqueness of the School’s offerings. To facilitate access to the School’s programs, His Highness funds scholarships bestowed on 75% of the undergraduate students who meet the rigorous admissions requirements of the School.
 
The focal point of the School’s mission is to educate media professionals with an outstanding command of the Arabic language, serving to bridge the linguistic and cultural gaps undermining the Arab media sector. AUD collaborates with an advisory council consisting of media specialists from the Middle East and the United States in developing the School’s curriculum. The School offers a Master of Arts in Leadership and Innovation in Contemporary Media (LICM) and a Bachelor of Communication and Information Studies (B.C.I.S.) in Digital Production and Storytelling (DPST) and in Journalism (JOUR).
 
The MBRSC offers an American-based curriculum with an Arabic track option in the undergraduate program in addition to the English track.
 
School Mission
The Mohammed Bin Rashid School for Communication seeks to take advantage of its position in the local and international media hub of Dubai to achieve distinction in scholarship, instruction and facilities that graduate media professionals who are proficient in the creation of media content of local, regional or global relevance. Such content, reflective of the highest ethical standards, embraces a multitude of subjects and platforms and effectively informs and/or entertains diverse consumers of media. 
 
School Goals
The School will:
  • Provide the opportunity for the creation of original content that is anchored in the students' native cultures and societies; 
  • Graduate storytellers in various platforms whose proficiency is enhanced through a solid grounding in the art, history, culture and society of the Middle East and beyond; 
  • Ensure that the programs offered by the School are continuously aligned with advancements in communication technologies and the employment needs of the local and global markets;
  • Support media-related research that contributes to the advancement of professional practice;
  • Enrich the experience of faculty and students by cultivating an environment that is tolerant and accepting of diverse nationalities and cultures.
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