The Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies is an official degree that aims to train future professionals to work on diverse audiovisual products on any platform and in any medium: cinema, television, radio, video games or the Internet. To benefit from a professional career in the audiovisual communication sector, it’s essential to have the knowledge and know how to use the latest technology and innovation. For this reason, the curriculum includes differential subjects such as motion graphics, infographics and data processing, transmedia narrative, app design, gamification, and entertainment formats.
|Villaviciosa de Odón||240 ECTS|
|Start: 18 sep. 2023||Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid|
|4 Years||School of Social Sciences and Communication.|
A different curriculum
Study differential subjects such as motion graphics, infographics and data processing, transmedia narrative, app design, gamification, and entertainment formats, and specialise in fiction, new media or broadcasting, designed to respond to new challenges.
In-company internships are a key part of your training. Gaining experience based on what you have learnt in your degree is the best way to enter the job market. There are two types of internships: curricular (included in the curriculum) and extracurricular (those that you can choose to do on a voluntary basis).
In order to do an in-company one, you’ll need to have obtained 50% of the credits and to enrol in the subject before starting your internship. These internships are monitored by the company and the internship professor, and also involve interim and final assessment reports.
If you would like to improve your work experience before finishing your university studies, you can do an extracurricular internship. You can do one in any academic year, but we would remind you that internships are a training complement to your studies. Therefore, the more knowledge you’ve already acquired over the course of your programme, the more you’ll benefit from the internship experience.
During the final year, you’ll do an internship at a key institution, research centre or company in the biotechnology sector at national and international level, which will allow you to put into practice all the knowledge you have acquired. These include:
Click here for more information on the internships offered at key institutions, research centres and companies in the biotechnology sector at national and international level.
Professional Opportunities Offered by the Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies
With the Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies, you’ll learn to communicate creatively using the most modern communication channels and techniques. At the end of your studies you’ll be able to create diverse audiovisual products for cinema, television, radio, video games and the Internet. All this implies a specific code and language that you’ll learn over the course of your studies that will enable you to work in public or private companies that sell this type of content.
Of course, it is natural for you to ask yourself what professional opportunities in audiovisual communication might be open to you, since the ultimate aim of everybody who studies for a university degree is to build a career. In this case, audiovisual communication has a major advantage: the technological advances that the world of media is currently benefiting from.
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