About S.A. Communiqué
We are S.A. Communiqué, the study association for the Bachelor's and Master's program Communication Science. Our goal is to assist our 300+ members in developing themselves academically, professionally, and personally. We are doing this by organizing study sessions, inviting professionals from the communication field, and getting together at drinks and parties. In that way, Communiqué strives to bridge the gap between student and professional life, while providing its members with opportunities to develop themselves throughout the duration of their studies. With a focus on internationalization, we also exemplify social and cultural diversity amongst our members.
Communiqué serves as the link between the students of Communication Science and their educational program.
Here is a quick overview of how Communiqué can help you during your studies:
- Purchasing your study books
- Provision of free summaries from fellow students
- Organizing study sessions with teaching assistants present
- Voicing Concerns/ wishes about the study program to the educational staff and coordinator.
- Study- and Faculty-wide feedback sessions
- STAF meetings with the educational staff and our Officer of Educational Affairs (Any Problems with your study? Send us an email or come to the Communiqué room)
- Informing about rights, rules, and regulations
Becoming a communication professional
To better prepare our Communication Science students for the professional world, we are constantly working towards building new relationships with external organizations that can give interesting and useful insights into the professional field. Therefore, Communiqué is not only the link between students and teachers but also between the academic and professional world of communication.
Here is an overview of how Communiqué can help you to become a communication professional:
- Guest lectures
- Company visits
- Activities in collaboration with companies
- Sharing of vacancies and opportunities
In-between their study and professional lives, students have the opportunity to socialize with fellow students in the Communiqué room, talk to the board members, or grab either a drink or a snack. Outside of the university, Communiqué organizes numerous activities that also give the members an opportunity to get to know each other better. Students can also get to know members from other study associations via either formal or informal activities that are organized in collaboration with Communiqué.