The third edition of PRaznici on 19 and 20 April brings a number of interesting and interactive lectures and workshops in the field of public relations, media and marketing, and is mainly intended for high school seniors and college undergraduates.
The papers at Bernays' second international academic conference, to be held on 12 and 13 May, are co-authored by over 100 researchers and experts in public relations, marketing and media.
Stressing the importance of communication during Brexit, our guest lecturer gave a lecture about its effects on the European Union and the United Kingdom, as well as the challenges that the British will face today, but also in the future.
Bernays concluded very successful 2016 publishing the second edition of its international scientific journal which brings the latest research and comments on changes in public relations, media, marketing and management.
Monika goes on the traineeship to a marketing agency Barefoot Studio where she will work on the development of different projects and marketing strategies and additionally improve her professional development.
The group visit to the theatre (up to 20 students) will be organized for Sunday, 15 May 2016, and the occasion for the visit is the interesting performance called “Magic Mountain”, starting at 7 PM.
Students were welcomed by Editor-in-Chief of Gloria, Dubravka Tomeković Aralica, and Editor-in-Chief of Jutarnji List, Goran Ogurlić, who showed students the daily’s newsroom.
Student representatives of all years of study at Bernays discussed issues related to student standards, as well as regular activities and work of the Student Council Committees.
Using everyday examples from the practice, the Director of Corporate Communications at the largest Croatian oil company explained the dynamics of communication activities to numerous Bernays’ students.
Nika Pintar, Mijo Milas, Lea Kosović, Matej Oroz and Maro Alavanja will be students' representatives, and Ivana Karlić, Vjera Ćuk, Ena Jobst, Daria Jeger and Doris Mucak will be their deputies in the Student Council.
The head of the working group for strategic Development and International relations Šimunović, MSc, highlighted to students that a clearly set mission and vision are key to a good strategy.
The editor of the most watched news service on commercial television with national concession in Croatia, Ivana Ivančić, spoke about the daily challenges she faces in her professional life.
Professor Ana Šimunović, Ivana Gažić, B. Sc., Executive MBA, Filip Dujmović, Ph. D., and Dubravko Miholić, B.Sc. MBA, were elected as new Bernays' assistants in the fields of social sciences.
On behalf of the Society for Communication and Media Culture, whose main project is Children of the Media, out Bernays professor gave a lecture on the impact of media violence on young people.
In addition to Bernays' Dean, participating in the panel as part of the CPRA's sixteenth conference were Ana Tkalac Verčić, Jelena Jurišić, Jesper Falkheimer, while the debate was moderated by Daria Mateljak.
The Communication Management professional undergraduate study programme provides students with the necessary competencies that are vital for the management of communication processes in organisations, companies and institutions.
The Public Relations Management specialist, professional, graduate study programme, lasting two years (four semesters), is an extension to the Communications Management undergraduate study programme.