Professional prospects

The expansion of journalistic media, new forms of corporate communication and the broad job market that is being opened up by new technology mean that our Degree in Journalism, the oldest in Spain, has experienced a spectacular resurgence.

In addition to providing invaluable professional skills, for more than ten years our School has been a pioneer in offering leading-edge training in multimedia tools and languages, as well as business-related education about the world of communication. This training guarantees our students are equipped to deal with the challenges presented by the world of journalism today.

More specifically, this degree program prepares students for the following professional profiles:

1. Journalist in any type of news media

A professional journalist in any traditional or digital media who works creating news content in different genres. This encompasses the work of editors, reporters, newscasters and directors, including the design, writing and execution of audiovisual or multimedia news items and documentaries.

2. Institutional communication editor or press director

A staff member in the media office or communication department of a public or private institution who coordinates or carries out any news-related and communication tasks required by the organization.

3. Communication researcher, teacher and consultant

Specialist in the research and analysis of communication phenomena and processes for all types of public and private organizations, trained in advisory, consultancy and mediation work. High school teacher or university professor in the subjects of communication and new information and communication technologies.

4. Portal manager and content editor

Professional specializing in the writing for publishing companies or cultural and news production creators. A specialist in the processing, management and editing of all types of content, using systems that are preferably digital.

The expansion of journalistic media, new forms of corporate communication and the broad job market that is being opened up by new technology mean that our Degree in Journalism, the oldest in Spain, has experienced a spectacular resurgence.

In addition to providing invaluable professional skills, for more than ten years our School has been a pioneer in offering leading-edge training in multimedia tools and languages, all of which is rounded off with business-related education about the world of communication. This training guarantees our students are equipped to deal with the challenges presented by the world of journalism today.