CELSA is a French communication and journalism school (grande école) located in the West of Paris, (Neuilly-sur-Seine) and is part of the Paris-Sorbonne University. The name CELSA is an acronym for the French phrase 'Centre d’études littéraires et scientifiques appliquées', i.e. Centre for Applied Literary and Scientific Studies. Founded in 1965, the school has designed a curriculum which offers students a wide range of classes in the information and communications sciences and associated professions, along with courses in the humanities and social sciences.

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  • L'École des hautes études en sciences de l'information et de la communication - CELSA, plus connue sous le nom CELSA (sigle de Centre d’études littéraires et scientifiques appliquées, son nom initial abandonné après 1985), est une grande école française spécialisée dans les champs de l'information et de la communication. L'établissement est situé géographiquement à Neuilly-sur-Seine. Le CELSA est un département de l'université Paris-Sorbonne. Il bénéficie de la renommée et de la qualité des enseignements de celle-ci, mais la procédure d'admission et les programmes en sont indépendants et les locaux distincts. Le CELSA est reconnu par la profession, via le dispositif prévu par la Convention collective nationale de travail des journalistes. (fr)
  • CELSA is a French communication and journalism school (grande école) located in the West of Paris, (Neuilly-sur-Seine) and is part of the Paris-Sorbonne University. The name CELSA is an acronym for the French phrase 'Centre d’études littéraires et scientifiques appliquées', i.e. Centre for Applied Literary and Scientific Studies. Founded in 1965, the school has designed a curriculum which offers students a wide range of classes in the information and communications sciences and associated professions, along with courses in the humanities and social sciences. CELSA Paris was ranked the top French school in communication in 2011, in 2013 and 2014. Its program in advertising and journalism are also ranked first. The school is highly selective. Approximately 700 students attend classes at CELSA and obtain degrees in journalism, corporate communications, intercultural management, marketing and advertising, human resource management, and multimedia studies. CELSA's faculty is a combination of academics from the Paris-Sorbonne University and professionals from a variety of business sectors. Faculty members use a variety of teaching methods including case studies, lecture/discussions, team projects, simulation exercises and independent studies. The school has close connections to companies in France. Its Office of Career Services provides students with a range of internships and job offers, thus opening broad career possibilities. There are over 2500 offers of internships and jobs from companies and other organisations on the CELSA web site for students to choose from. Many students are hired by the company, agency or regional authority where they do their final internship. Because of the quality and reputation of the CELSA programme, graduates are virtually guaranteed the attention of top employers. The Alumni Association organises monthly meetings and other events and publishes a directory of its 800 members. (en)
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  • CELSA is a French communication and journalism school (grande école) located in the West of Paris, (Neuilly-sur-Seine) and is part of the Paris-Sorbonne University. The name CELSA is an acronym for the French phrase 'Centre d’études littéraires et scientifiques appliquées', i.e. Centre for Applied Literary and Scientific Studies. Founded in 1965, the school has designed a curriculum which offers students a wide range of classes in the information and communications sciences and associated professions, along with courses in the humanities and social sciences. (en)
  • L'École des hautes études en sciences de l'information et de la communication - CELSA, plus connue sous le nom CELSA (sigle de Centre d’études littéraires et scientifiques appliquées, son nom initial abandonné après 1985), est une grande école française spécialisée dans les champs de l'information et de la communication. L'établissement est situé géographiquement à Neuilly-sur-Seine. (fr)
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