About AMA Computer University:
I'm proud that I graduated from a popular school. I mean, Filipinos know about AMA. Besides having numerous advertisements on television and print, the quality of education is also very good. I think that my professors taught me the essential stuff that I need to know to be successful in the career I chose for myself. My friends from other well-known schools have seen my curriculum at AMA and they commented that it's just like theirs.
I can't complain about the atmosphere of my school. I believe that just like most universities, it has an environment that is conducive a student's life. We have happenings ranging from quiz bees to an annually held intramural. People from my school are simple yet fun individuals.
To have the best education as possible, the school provides us also with the best facilities such properly functioning rooms wherein we can do our 'simulations' and other activities related to our studies.
About my college education:
Mass communication has been my dream course ever since. I've always wanted to have the opportunity to be a news anchor or something like that. With this education, I would discover on how to most appropriately deliver information through various types of media. Being able to do that, let's say with the use of the media of television, is very appealing to me.
We can't deny the influence of mass media at present time. Studying on how you can use communication to affect other people's view on certain issues is very interesting to me.
There are so many tools a mass communication student should be knowledgeable about in order for him/her to become effective. There's journalism, publishing, broadcast communication, etc. He/she should dynamically bring all of these tools together so that the information to be conveyed would be properly understood as much as possible.
My current job:
I'm currently a researcher and production assistant at a local broadcasting company.
How long did it take to find a job after graduation:
It took some time for me to find a job after my graduation. For one, there are really a lot of MassCom graduates in the country. Second, I really think that there is very little employment opportunities for all graduates. But after two years and a half.
Do I recommend studying AB in Mass Communication:
If you also dream on becoming a face of today's television news, I suggest that taking up Mass Communication as your college degree will give you the chance on that dream. You will learn how to present not only the information that you will be communicating, but also on how you will appropriately present yourself.
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