DEGREES IN COMMUNICATION
Bachelor’s Degree in
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XIV Alberta Giménez Journalism Award
Deadline for candidate applications: 29 July
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Diploma in Personal, Communicative and Professional Skills
Compulsory as from the 2022-2023 academic year for all new students
4 academic years
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Just four attempts allowed to pass the examination for 1st year subjects
The degree, in depth
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What makes us different
We have the most advanced technical facilities, with top-level digital production equipment
Placements from the second year
We offer course placements and extracurricular placements, which enables students to improve their employability
8.49 out of 10 (2020-2021). This is the rating for the level of friendship and camaraderie on the course
High quality teachers
Rated highly by students according to the final assessment surveys: 8.15 out of 10
Small groups and individualised attention through a system of degree and subject tutors
Students rate their placement experiences very positively: 8.75 out of 10 (2020-2021)
How do we work?
How do they see us?
Damián García Suñer
“Journalism is a degree for people who feel that their vocation of understanding and communicating the key aspects of the context is the most important thing, thereby contributing to free public opinion”
PhD in Philosophy of Law
Teacher for the Bachelor’s degree in Journalism
“All the theory should be accompanied by practice. That’s my advice. If you like journalism, don’t wait to finish your degree before you start working. The earlier you begin, the better”
Correspondent in Morocco for Tele 5 and IB3