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The Master in Communication and Sports Journalism teaches what sports journalism is about and how it works, by analysing how the industry’s professional and social dimension has evolved nationally and internationally
The Master in Communication and Sports Journalism teaches what sports journalism is about and how it works, by analysing how the industry’s professional and social dimension has evolved nationally and internationally, including its legal and economic aspects. The Master program trains students in journalistic work covering areas such as:
About Master in Communication and Sports Journalism
The admissions process for Real Madrid Graduate School - Universidad Europea programs runs throughout the whole year, although enrollment in all graduate programs depends on the availability of places.
For personalized guidance, you can go to either of our university campuses (Alcobendas or Villaviciosa de Odón), or contact us via phone: (+34) 91 112 88 50 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org to receive advice from the Graduate Degree Admissions staff.
Once candidates have received guidance and have provided the necessary documentation, the Graduate Degree Admissions staff will send them a date for taking the entrance exams for the program they are interested in, and for a personal interview with the Master’s Program Director or a member of the Admissions Committee.
The admissions process does not involve any costs or commitment for candidates, until their place is formally reserved.
The Master in Communication and Sports Journalism provides a specialization for Journalism, Social or Audiovisual Communication graduates. It is also an interesting option for students from economics, social studies or sports studies backgrounds seeking to form associations with sports journalism and become leaders in the new working environments required by television, radio, digital environments and sports newspapers. This is an ideal opportunity for graduates seeking a solid specialization as part of a postgraduate qualification offering greatly enhanced employment prospects.
The methodology used in the Master is based on a combination of six modules whose content is both theoretical and practical, and in which sports and the media are explored in greater depth.
These modules are complemented with a Master’s Dissertation, an external placement with media and sports organisations. Tuition consists of lectures and students creating their own radio and television programmes and blogs, taking photographs, video editing, covering sports events, and making video reports. Students will be able to hold open discussions with sports personalities and prominent media professionals. Thanks to role-play exercises, students will be exposed to real-life experiences faced by professionals in sports reporting: press conferences, interviews communication strategies in the event of crisis, etc.
Universidad Europea makes a full range of facilities available to students:
The Universidad Europea has signed several agreements with banks to help you pay for your studies.
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