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Master of Arts [MA] (Advertising & Public Relations)

  • STREAM

    ARTS

  • DURATION

    2 YEARS

  • COURSE

    Public Relations

  • COURSE TYPE

    Post Graduation

Master of Arts or M.A. in Advertising and Public Relations  is a postgraduate course which introduces students to the advertising strategies, ethics and management skills. The course takes two years to be completed.

M.A. Advertising and Public Relations course was set up keeping the changing needs of the industry as the goal. The course addresses the growing demand for professionals for the advertising and public relations industry. The basic eligibility for admission to the course is a Bachelor’s degree from any recognized university.

The average tuition fee for M.A. Advertising and Public Relations in government aided college ranges from 30,000 INR to 40,000 INR for two years. While in some universities fee is very minimal like Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University For private institutions, like Amity University the fee may be as high as 1 Lakh INR and more.

Once the course is over, one can seek employment in advertising and public relations, can seek employment in advertising agencies, PR agencies or in the corporate communication department of client organization.

The job designations which are ideal for the students are marketing manager, public relations executive, product brand manager etc. The initial salary in these positions varies from 10.000 INR to 25,000 INR per month.

What is M.A. Advertising and Public Relations about?

M.A. Advertising Public Relations  is a specialized course for students who have passion for creative events and discovering new thinking abilities . The main objective of the course is to provide basic concepts and principles in relation to better decision making in the fields of advertising and public relations. 

The advertising and public relations industry is soaring high nowadays as more and more creative individuals are being produced in the market. This course helps to discover the skills and artistry within a person and to establish themselves in the industry.   

Who should opt for M.A. Advertising and Public Relations?

If you are good at communicating, have strong written and visual skills, the creative ability to promote a product; then Advertising and Public Relations course is the right choice to be made . This course is apt for students who have a pleasing personality with excellent communication skills and mind full of creativity to influence the others.

This course is also ideal for students who seek to work as an event manager, product brand manager, media planning manager.

Duration

The course is of two years duration, with two semesters in each year, making it a total of 4 semesters. Similarly, for distance program the duration is two of years.

Where to study M.A. Advertising and Public Relations  ?

M.A. Advertising and Public Relations is available at many colleges in India. Some of the top institutes across the country are listed below:

Name of Institute

City

Dr. Zakir Hussain Institue

Jharkhand

Dr. Zakir Hussain Institue

Bihar

Rai University

Gujarat

Kushabhau Thakre University, CGU

Chhattisgarh

Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism

Madhya Pradesh

People’s Institute of Media Studies

Madhya Pradesh

School of Broadcasting and Communication

Maharashtra

Masscomedia

New Delhi

Jethro Institute of Distance Education

Maharashtra

Madurai Kamraj University

Tamil Nadu

Eligibility Of the Master of Arts [MA] (Advertising & Public Relations)

The eligibility for admission to M.A. Advertising and Public Relations is a Graduation degree from any recognized university.  

While most colleges require to have 45-50% marks in the graduation program.

How to Get Admission in Master of Arts [MA] (Advertising & Public Relations)

Admission to  M.A. Advertising and Public Relations course, majority of colleges in India is merit-based. However, few universities like Rai University considers the scores of  entrance test  for admission to the program.

Direct Admission

Usually colleges follow merit-based admission process, and a personal interview round. Students who fulfill the criteria are then granted admission in the respective colleges.

Entrance Examination

There are few universities which considers the scores of entrance exams. For example: Rai University considers the scores of National and State level Entrance exams and Kushabhau Thakre University conducts their own entrance exam.