Why study Degree in Journalism
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What will you learn?
The Study program of the Degree in Journalism combines the theoretical teaching with practical work . For more than a decade, our School has been a pioneer in offering cutting-edgetraining in multimedia tools and languages, to which it adds an essential business training to learn about and develop in the world of speech. This training allows our students to face the challenges of today's world of journalism with guarantees.
You will acquire skills such as:
Express knowledge and ideas orally and in writing, with rigour, order and creativity in order to disseminate knowledge to society.
To know and value the communicative fact in its multiple dimensions: historical, economic and business, legal, deontological and technological.
To devise, plan and develop shared projects in the field of journalism.
Search, identify, select and prioritise any subject of source or document (written, audio or visual) necessary for the elaboration of discourses.
Interpreting and assessing the historical evolution of the recent world and understanding its political, economic, social and cultural parameters that have an impact on the good work of a communicator.
Identify the ethical and deontological foundations of journalistic work and know how to apply them to professional reality.
Devise and execute the design and the formal and aesthetic aspects of written, graphic, audiovisual and digital media.
To know how the main journalistic tasks, genres and journalistic procedures are carried out, applying them to different areas of news specialisation.
You will be able to work as...
Journalistic information editor in any support subject
Journalism professional in any traditional or electronic media medium who carries out his/her activity through the genres creating journalistic content. This includes the tasks of editor, reporter, presenter and director of one or more of these, including the design writing and execution of scripts for reports and audiovisual or multimedia documentaries.
Editor or person responsible for press or institutional communications
Professional of a public or private average Office or communication of a public or private institution to coordinate or execute any work of an informative or communicative nature required by the entity.
researcher, professor and consultant communication
Specialist in research and analysis of communication phenomena and processes for all subject of public and private organisations, qualified for advisory, consultancy and mediation tasks. professor in higher or secondary education to teach communication and new information and communication technologies.
Portal manager and content manager publisher
Professional in the drafting and execution of editing work in general for publishing companies or creators of cultural and informative productions. Specialist in the processing, management and editing of all subject contents by means of preferably digital systems.
You can study one semester or a full year at a foreign university. More information.
You will be able to carry out internships in companies to apply your academic knowledge and develop skills for your professional future in a global environment. More information.
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Final Projects Degree Journalism #PmoTFG17
The editors of the 2017 Final Projects Degree tell us in this video what these projects consist of, why they have opted for their respective formats, what they rely on to innovate and what is the viability of the different projects for the future.
Journalistic narrative in the face of technological progress - Ramón Salaverría
What are the main technological and narrative innovations in journalism in the coming years? What is the 'Internet of Things'? How will the 'Internet of Things' influence journalism?
10 keys to the Digital News Report Spain 2017
summary of the ten main conclusions of the Digital News Report 2017, report available at http://www.digitalnewsreport.es . Video made with the collaboration of Eva Lus (voice-over) and Jorge del Cano (motion graphics).
project Tomorrow fcomunav 2016
The students of the University of Navarra's Communication School (fcomunav) describe how they tackled the project Mañana for the Atresmedia Foundation. This year, the communication group asked the students to develop a thematic channel and a radio station for millennials. Here they tell us how they created Imana and Dada Radio, and what participating in project has given them.