Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Thomas More University of Applied Sciences rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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The university provides a variety of English-language programs, making it an ideal environment for international students. I admire its tolerance for diversity and cultural differences. For the time being, I’m looking forward to learning more interesting things. Sincerely, I would recommend this university to students who want to study in a multicultural environment.View more
The International Communication and Media program at Thomas More is a broad program related to media, marketing, communication, and basic graphic design. It enables you to develop a skillset and earn a degree that can be used in various fields of work. The program is highly internationally oriented, and you come into contact not only with students from all over the world, but you work on exciting international projects. You even have the opportunity to do a study exchange and internship abroad.
If you’re looking to study an English program in a diverse environment, it’s a great option!View more
Thomas More is pretty hands-on and practical in their teaching style. The teachers are experienced in their field and in addition to the exam, there are different assignments, group works, essays, etc to apply our learned material in. The international section is still quite new and the school is working out some kinks, there is a small language barrier with the staff or some teachers sometimes, but they are open for feedback and try to improve. Otherwise, from the international courses, International Business is by far the most adequate here, seems like it is in focus for the school also and quite popular with students all over the world. The student population is really diverse, with over 50 different cultures in my course alone. Overall, not a perfect score for the school, because it is still going through some growing pains, but I’ve enjoyed it so far.View more
The course is designed to introduce students to the field of journalism. It does so by giving the basics of being a journalist in the first year. The students also get a small peek into the inner working of the three different fields, which are:
In the second year, the students choose one of the above-mentioned fields in which they will specialize. In the third year, the students work for an international news company, abroad or local.
My only dislike is the lack of English within the course. In the promotion of the course the focus is put a lot on the international aspect, of which you see very little.
The program is very interesting since it is mostly practical work with little theory allowing the students to fully immerse in the subject and understand concepts that don’t don’t bounce around the idea and head into it straight onView more
The international communications and media program takes a blended learning approach. Even though you learn a lot of theory there is a focus on practical work as well. You get to work on projects for clients and test your ability to work in a team. During the semester there are amazing guest lectures that speak about communications within different industries. But what I love most is that the program is really a big mix of international students so you get to learn and work in a multicultural environment.View more
Great school in general, great teachers, great classes, everything, canvas is a great tool to use. I was an exchange student from Portugal and I really loved it, it was a great experience to be studying at Thomas More.View more
Student at Thomas More (Mechelen) that’s where I study. Students from all over the world are welcomed and are now spending an amazing time studying here. I would say it is the highlight of our university due to the students’ organisation we have. They help a lot in integrating students very well.
I personally study International Communication and Media and so far it is really fun to study there is hands-on training involved, along with exchange and internship.View more