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Department of Mass Communication has been working vigilantly since the establishment of Lahore Leads University. The department aims to provide the country with professionally trained media persons. The offered programs are designed keeping in view to cater the needs of print & electronic media. The University has its own television channel and will start an educational FM radio station very soon. The highly equipped Audio & Video Lab not only enhances student’s skills but also provides them full practical experience. The department has also developed co-curricular & extracurricular activities for its students. Leads Media Society is one of the most active societies at Leads that organizes seminars/ workshops, field trips and entertainment activities on monthly basis. The department has also established a forum, Leads Media Observers that provides an analytical overview of ethical violations on Pakistani Media. It is the first forum of its type in Pakistan.

Head of Department Message:


Department of Mass Communication started right from the establishment of Lahore Leads University on 12- 01-2011. Within a short course of time the department stepped forward and day by day moving towards height of its excellence. This is a matter of pride and distinction for the Department of Mass Communication Lahore Leads University that the Leads Group has its own cable/satellite TV channel, a daily Urdu newspaper and looking forward to establish a University Radio Station as well. So the students of Mass Communication have the opportunity and advantage of practical demonstration along with theoretical studies. Job opportunities are also available for its talented students. Need based courses are designed for the students so that they could enable themselves to cope with the emerging media industry in Pakistan as well as the new communication technologies. At present department of Mass Communication offers BS(Hons) eight semesters, MSc Mass Comm (Four Semesters) and MS/ M.Phil weekend programme in communication studies( Four Semesters). M.Phil weekend programme is really a distinctive study experience that a student ever dreamed. M.Phil students have developed a research circle to give their active input to academia. They have also formulated an advisory forum to observe Media activities related to journalistic ethics and its social implications. Students of Mass Communications have to study all core courses recommended by the HEC besides the specialization courses offered by the Leads University.