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Master in Cultural Journalism


Classes taught in:
Start of classes:
04 October 2018
End of program:
17 June 2019 (to be confirmed)
Class times:

Monday to Thursday, from 17.30 to 21.30 h

Program type:
Màster propi
Tuition fees:

Master in Cultural Journalism will teach you to report rigorously and sensitively on any of the disciplines of the cultural landscape: literature, visual arts, film, theatre or television.

At the hand of the most prestigious cultural journalists today you will learn how to generate innovative content and how to communicate through different 2.0 channels. The course has a grant programme that allows you practical experience in organizations such as El País, La Vanguardia, El Periódico, Grupo Planeta, Sonar Festival, Amnistía Internacional, Enderrock, Mondosonoro, Fotogramas and Playgroundetc.

The Master in Cultural Journalism is aimed at graduates of fields related to journalism. It is also open to graduates from any other field who wish to broaden their horizons and train in cultural journalism.

Why this program?

  1. Because you will have the opportunity to intern at the most important media and cultural institutions in Spain. Our former students have worked with TV3, La Vanguardia, Festival Grec, CCCB, Europa Press, Palau de la Música, Casa América, ICUB, Catalunya Ràdio, etc.
  2. Because you will learn about the field of cultural journalism from the most prestigious lecturers at Pompeu Fabra University, and renowned professionals in the area of culture such as Luis Hidalgo and Jordi Carrión.
  3. Because you will have classes in real journalistic facilities: newsrooms, TV sets, radio booths and control rooms on Pompeu Fabra University's Poblenou Communication Campus.
  4. Because in the each of the specialised modules (music, literature, theatre, fine arts, cinema, TV) renowned figures from the discipline will give and participate in classes: Sergi Vilasanjuán, Salvador Llopart, Ángel Sala, Quim Casas, Vicente Luis Mora, Àngel Quintana, etc.


  • Get the best training to develop a fruitful professional career as a cultural journalist, in the most prestigious media organizations.
  • Understand the communicative and socioeconomic environment in which cultural journalism is carried out.
  • Gain expertise and knowledge in all of the latest cultural areas.

Who is it for?

  • Journalism graduates or candidates with other university titles in communication sciences who wish to specialize in the field of cultural journalism.
  • Professionals with other higher education qualifications and who wish to gain the essential knowledge to create quality journalism (in this case they will need to take an "Additional Journalism Training" course in the first term).