A new social and economic landscape led by the media requires versatile professionals with the capacity for critical analysis who provide new knowledge and innovative experiences.
In the field of Journalism, the strong impact of Information and Communication Technologies requires professionals who can adapt to a context characterized by the appearance of new digital media, social networks, websites, among others.
The journalist must be prepared to use the new information access, processing and dissemination systems. With the intention of training the professional of the present and the future, the Universidad Europea del Atlántico proposes the acquisition by the student, of skills in:Writing of journalistic information for various media: press, radio, television and internet.
Analysis of communication processes.
Investigative and Specialized Journalism.
Design and creation of multimedia products.
Advertising and audiovisual communication.Professional outingsThis Degree offers knowledge to practice as:Journalist in different media (press, audiovisual and multimedia).
Director of documentaries, journalistic reports and television programs with informative content.
Writer of journalistic information for various media.
Writer for press and institutional communication.
Manager and editor of multimedia content.
Professional in communication offices and press officer in public and private entities
Informative program presenterEnglish at UniversityEnglish, the key to your present and future
Currently, one of the essential tools in international communication, and the key that opens the possibilities to find a good job both in Spain and abroad, is English. In our country, 80% of job offers already require an excellent command of this language and, on many occasions, this criterion is imposed above others such as the record or professional career.
That is why at the Universidad Europea del Atlántico and the Degree in Journalism, training in this language is promoted and four compulsory English language subjects are included in the study plan with the aim that the student reaches a high level in this idiom. In addition, the international profile of the university promotes and facilitates the development of this language.
So that the previous level of English does not pose a barrier to access to studies, UNEATLANTICO provides personalized teaching, especially during the first year, so that all students achieve sufficient language skills in English with which to successfully pass the subjects of the career.
In this way, regardless of their starting level of English, with a global support plan based on tutorials, specific materials and very small work groups, the student can follow the classes in a Spanish / English bilingual system progressively and at At the end, they will have acquired bilingual skills for the exercise of their profession.Practice your professionUNEATLANTICO reproduces real work environments
The Campus of the Universidad Europea del Atlántico is designed for students to put their profession into practice from the first year. Thus, the University has modern and well-equipped facilities where work environments are reproduced: radio studios, television sets, production controls, post-production room, photographic editing stations and computer rooms.
The teaching team motivates the university students to get involved in the life of the Campus, guides them to start projects and ideas that allow them to develop their profession from day one. The educational model is not limited to complying with the curricular activity of the students but to guaranteeing their theoretical-practical training and the total involvement of the student in their professional environment.
In addition, the University has numerous internship agreements with companies from different sectors that complement the learning of university students and favor the development of transversal skills that will be necessary for them when applying for a job. The professors-tutors are in charge of guiding and supervising the work of the students and thus favoring the maximum use of their contact with the business world in the field of journalism.
Students can practice competencies that bring them closer to the professional world, such as participating in university radio or making journalistic programs for television. The Universidad Europea del Atlántico helps you put your dreams into practice.TitlingAt the end of the program, the student will obtain the title of GRADUATE OR GRADUATE IN JOURNALISM, issued by the Universidad Europea del Atlántico .Admission profileThe degree is aimed at people who are clear about their professional and personal goals, who contribute maturity and contribute to mutual enrichment with the rest of their colleagues. This is intended to provide candidates with a context in which to develop a profitable long-term relationship with classmates, professors, alumni, and the institution.
In general, candidates to study at the University must meet the following qualities:Leadership: the University expresses its interest in candidates capable of working as a team, with self-confidence, with initiative, capable of working under pressure, with communication skills and a high sense of ethics.
Academic trajectory and professional motivation: candidates must have completed their access studies to the Spanish university system within a reasonable period of time and with satisfactory academic results. Likewise, certain previous professional experience is considered positive, as well as any other complementary training that the candidates have carried out and contribute in the application.
Languages: given the international and global nature with which the University is intended to provide, the command and use of the English language, as specified below, is an aspect consulted during the admission process. Likewise, non-Spanish-speaking students who enter the university must prove the level required to study in Spanish. In any case, any other language will be valued as a differentiating element during the admission process.Likewise, non-Spanish-speaking students who enter the university must prove the level required to study in Spanish. In any case, any other language will be valued as a differentiating element during the admission process.
Personal characteristics:Entrepreneurial spirit.
Leadership.Objectives in their training:A prestigious international institution.
Flexibility in the curriculum.
Innovative learning methodologies.
Personalized teaching: small groups, tutoring systems.
Practical approach oriented to the labor market: workshops, conferences, internships.
Exchange programs with world universities.
Integral formation.In addition to the general data of the students of this University, the students of the Degree in Journalism will respond to the following specific characteristics of the degree:
The following criteria are indicative and will meet, in any case, the criteria of non-discrimination based on race, nationality, ideology, sex or religion. It will be valued positively:Interest and concern for culture in general, both his own and that of other regions.
Intellectual curiosity and interest in reflecting on the value of intercultural political communication, discovering the reason for the rules about how contemporary societies are organized and how international social actors interact and innovate in their organizational and decision-making modes.
The facility in oral and written expression.
International experience through trips or school stays.
The understanding of ethics as the ultimate engine of human decisions.Academic characteristics:
The recommended academic profile is one that meets the access requirements set out on this website. In addition, an interdisciplinary, inclusive profile is pursued and open to a diversity of possible profiles since we are aware of the richness it brings.
This interdisciplinary, inclusive and open profile referring to post-compulsory high school students who will access the degree, refers to the fact that it is not necessary to have completed a specific branch of Baccalaureate to be admitted to the degree title. It is considered that the diversity of academic profiles of the students enriches the teaching-learning group.