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Master in Cultural Journalism
The Master's Degree in Journalism and Cultural Communications includes curricular work experience programs. This work experience:
- They form part of the academic content of the program. They are another subject you will have to pass to obtain the degree.
- They are compulsory. Ask your supervisor if your previous professional experience qualifies for this requirement.
- They are supervised by the Professional Careers Service. You will have a work experience manager who will advise you, propose offers, manage your agreements and will be your contact person during your work experience. Remember that the companies and organizations offering internships are ultimately responsible for the selection process.
You can obtain more information by reading our work experience programs regulations
The media, institutions and companies that have collaborated with our work experience programs include: TV3, El País, La Vanguardia, El Periódico, Grupo Planeta, Europa Press, Sonar Festival, Canadá Editorial, Amnesty International, Enderrock, Mondosonoro, Fotogramas, Playground, Librújula, Lonely Planet, Vice, Fundació Antoni Tapies, RBA, Edhasa, Fundació Joan Miró, Time Out, CCCB, BTV.
*In the event that, for justified causes, the student is unable to undertake these work experience programs, they may be substituted by a final project from a provided entity