26, 1st line of Vasilievsky island, St.Petersburg 199004 Russia
(Sanrkt-Peterburg, 1 linia Vasil'evskogo ostrova, 26)
School of Journalism and Mass Communications, St.Petersburg University, is considered to be one of Russia's leading institutions for the education of journalists and specialists in public relations with about 2000 students studying on our BA, MA and PhD programs. It is made up of two faculties, one specializing in journalism, the other in applied communications.
Institute 'School of Journalism and Mass Communication' was created on the base of the Faculty of Journalism, St. Petersburg State University, on September 16, 2011. History of the School began in 1946, when Journalism department was created as a part of the Faculty of Philology of Leningrad State University. It consisted out of the two chairs: chair of History of Journalism and chair of Theory and Practice of Soviet Press. In 1961 the Department was transformed into the Faculty of Journalism.