Target profiles

The Master's Degree in Political and Corporate Communication (MCPC: Spanish acronym) is designed for university graduates and young professionals who wish to work or seek career advancement in the fields of political and corporate communication. It consists of comprehensive theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the application of basic skills and tools.

Students who pursue the MCPC must have a level of English equivalent to C1 (CEFR) or at least one of these levels:

  • Cambridge: Advanced Certificate

  • TOEFL IBT: 88/140 points

  • TOEFL PBT: 570 points

  • IELTS: 6.5 points

The program aims to train future professionals who understand the fundamental concepts of analysis and planning, as well as the techniques used in the development of communications strategies for institutions and organizations in the political, economic and social domain.

Its goal is to train students for work in the various communication roles in the different organizations of public life.

The Master's Degree in Political and Corporate Communication prepares students for the following professional careers:

  • Communication and image consultants or advisors.

  • Spokespeople for companies, institutions or organizations.

  • Communication managers.

  • Media relations managers.

  • Public relations consultants.

  • Corporate social responsibility managers.

  • Corporate reputation experts.

  • Community managers.

  • Experts in political campaign planning.

  • Political marketing experts.

  • Planning of internal and external communication campaigns.

  • Lobbying, institutional relations and public affairs managers.

Areas or institutions in the labor market:

  • Consultancy services and communication agencies.

  • Communication departments in large companies and organizations.

  • Political parties / trade unions.

  • Public administrations (local, regional and national).

  • International bodies (EU, UN, etc.).

  • Small and medium-sized businesses.

  • Foundations and associations.

  • Cultural, educational and social institutions.

  • Non-governmental organizations.

  • Market research and social research companies.

  • Companies and departments engaged in lobbying and institutional relations.