Faculty Of Journalism and Communication Studies



The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies (FJSC) is devised as an academic institution, whose purpose is to train professional journalists, able to answer the needs of modern journalism, as well as specialists of advertising, public relations and research in various fields of communication. 

The first school of journalism and communication studies in Romania, founded in 1990, the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies is both nationally and internationally recognized as a place of professional training at the highest standards. 

The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies imposed its professional prestige among the faculties and the academic institutions in the field, both in Romania and abroad. 

Each year, teachers and students of the Faculty are included in European projects devoted to professional training and exchange of experience, through Erasmus+ programme and strategic partnerships concluded with prestigious universities and vocational institutions. The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies established academic and research relationships with partners such as Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme in Lille, Université du Québec à Montréal, School of Journalism and Mass Communications of the University of South Carolina, Cox Center for International Mass Communication Training and Research, Department of Journalism of California State University – CHICO in the USA, Mid Sweden University, Université Stendhal-Grenoble 3, Université Paul Valéry-Montpellier III, Université de Lorraine, Université Lumière Lyon 2, Université Catholique de Louvain, Universität Leipzig, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Sevilla, Instituto De Artes Visuais, Design E Marketing of Lisbon, Universita degli Studi di Bari, Uniwersytet Warszawski, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens etc.


The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies founded the Research Centre of the role of mass communication in the development of the Public sphere, of Analysis on Reception and Analysis of Advanced Technologies – SPARTA and edits the scholarly periodicals Romanian Journal of Journalism and Communication and Styles of Communication, indexed in databases recognized internationally.

Each year, FJSC hosts or co-organizes several international conferences in public communication.

Academic Structure

FJSC offers Bachelor programs (3 years) in

  • Journalism,
  • Public Relations,
  • Advertising,

MA programs (2 years) in

  • Media Management,
  • Specialized Journalism,
  • Political Journalism and Communication,
  • Digital Production,
  • Communication Campaigns in Advertising and Public Relations,
  • Research Methods in Communication Studies,
  • Communication and Human Resources,
  • Media, Public Communication and Globalization (in English)
  • Médias, développement et société (in French)

and a Doctoral School in Communication Studies (3 years). 

Also, the faculty organizes and distance learning programs for Journalism, Public relations and Advertising. 

All the diplomas and certificates delivered by the FJSC are officially recognized. 

Academic team

The Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies is organized into two departments: Journalism and Cultural Anthropology and Communication. Numerous professionals from media, public relations and advertising lecture in FJSC as part-time or guest professors.


The "wealth" of our library consists of 10.000 title of books and periodicals and an online access to the most prestigious international databases in social sciences. It is probably the largest library in the region specialized in the media and communication (more than 70% of the books are fundamental manuals and/or specialized books printed in USA, UK, France, Canada, etc.) 


Our school uses several laboratories specialized in multimedia & DTP, radio, television, and photo-journalism, to develop journalism and communication practical skills. 

Students & Alumni

Our graduates are working in a variety of media and communication, public and private, institutions. Several of them are prestigious journalists, media stars, respected leaders or owners of advertising and public relations firms.



Address: Head office: Bd. Iuliu Maniu 1-3, Complex "Leu", Corp A, 6th floor, sector 6, București, Amphitheatre - historic building of the University of Bucharest, on the 3rd floor of the Faculty of Chemistry (Bd. Regina Elisabeta 4-12 Sector 1, Bucureşti) Seminar rooms - historic building of the University of Bucharest, on the 3rd floor of the Faculty of Mathematics (Str. Academiei 14, Sector 1, Bucureşti)
Tel: (+4021) 318.15.55
Fax: (+4021) 313.62.17
E-mail: secretariat@fjsc.ro
WWW: www.fjsc.unibuc.ro

Executive board

Dean:  Prof. Mihai Coman, PhD (mihai.coman@fjsc.ro);

Vice Dean:   
Assoc. Prof. Camelia Cmeciu, PhD (camelia.cmeciu@fjsc.ro);
Assoc. Prof. Valentin Vîlcu, PhD (valentin.vilcu@fjsc.ro);

Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Mirela Lazăr, PhD (mirela.lazar@fjsc.ro).

Last updated at: March 14, 2017.