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Admission profile: Graduates with analytical and strategic ability, with initiative and great work capacity, with the ability to empathize with a team, adaptable to organizational objectives, with a predisposition to make decisions regarding previous analysis, decisive and quick in the execution of their work and with interest in new technologies as users.
Graduate profile: Professionals trained in the new profiles created after the growth of the Internet and digital environments, such as Digital Project Management or person in charge of web projects, Community Manager or expert in brand optimization, management and positioning in social media, Digital Planner and SEO Consultant. Professionals capable of defining and establishing marketing strategies, creating a corporate or sales website, implementing campaigns (communication, loyalty, promotion) and mastering the necessary analytical means to track and measure their effectiveness, passing through the control of all the resources offered by the Network for consumer knowledge and segmentation.
In the admission process, the academic record and their aptitudes will be assessed through a personal interview with the program coordinator.
Official Degree: Master’s Degree in Marketing and Digital Advertising
Learning center: School of Communication and Arts
Branch of knowledge:Social and Legal Sciences
Total Credits 60 credits.
Minimum 12 ECTS credits and maximum 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic year.
Academic year it was implemented:2012-2013
Type of Teaching: Online
Duration: 1 year.
Academic Regulations: General student’s regulations. Credit transfer and recognition. Regulation of student participation. Common procedures for carrying out the Final Research Project
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The Master's degree in Marketing and Digital Advertising trains professionals specialized in communication, marketing and digital advertising capable of making strategic decisions in this market, which is now irrevocably online.
This 100% online program allows students to combine their professional activity with the academic one without having to travel to the university. The exams are taken through the Virtual Campus, as well as the presentations, paper submissions and even the dissertation for the Master's Final Research Project.
The course structure is oriented so that the student can reconstruct the whole process of internet communication and marketing: definition of objectives, strategies for the creation of a corporate or commercial website and the development and planning of campaigns.
Thus, the student acquires skills in essential areas such as web analytics, search engine positioning (SEO / SEM), Social Media Management, Customer Relationship Management, Mobile Marketing, creativity and web design, web architecture and e-commerce.
The IAA (International Advertising Association) brings together Marketing and Communication professionals and companies (advertisers, creative agencies, media, communication and public relations, media and technology companies linked to marketing and communication) and has a presence in over 56 countries around the world.
Its main contribution is connecting Marketing and Communication professionals in the markets where they have a presence, in addition to the momentum they achieve by sharing the trends that mark the future of the sector. Among their partners they have relevant companies in the sector, such as Google, Telefónica, TikTok and the agencies IM+C and WebsAds.
The distance learning modality eliminates any barrier in education, making personal and professional life compatible with studies.
The close collaboration with our partner IAA extends to all areas, from the design of the curriculum to the teaching staff, from academic activities to the internship program.
The program has a professional approach aimed at acquiring the advanced knowledge, tools, abilities and skills necessary to successfully carry out the work of marketing and advertising experts within the digital environment.
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The student must complete 60 credits
The teaching system will be carried out entirely through the Virtual Campus, accessible from the Internet through the remote computer platform currently in use at the University.
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At the beginning of the course, the student is given, via online (email and downloadable material from the website), the general documentation of the Master's Degree that will include:
Along with this general documentation and also electronically, the student will be provided with a didactic guide for each subject, which includes:
This material will be accessible at all times through the Virtual Campus, whose main page has all the subjects in which the student is enrolled, organized by semester.
Each subject is coordinated by a tutor, who is responsible for setting the educational itineraries and providing students, through the Virtual Campus, all the necessary material to take the course.
Each subject's Virtual Campus is organized in a structure of folders for communication, documentation, notices, etc. of the educational e-learning projects. The platform also offers a series of essential tools for online learning, such as forums, videoconferencing, the submission of papers, and the repositories of documents for the dissemination of notes among students. Additionally, it incorporates tools such as surveys and exercises that allow interaction with the students to see their progress level in the subject.
The teaching of the subjects is structured into educational itineraries, which are learning sequences programmed by the tutor according to the contents of the subject, dividing it into modules (chapters) and stages. The educational itinerary not only includes documents, but can also include any of the tools offered by the Virtual Campus platform, so that the elements of the itinerary can be exercises, group work, participation in forums, surveys or any other element of the campus.
The tutor controls the progress of the students, knowing at all times what documents they have read and how much time they have devoted to it, being able to establish -for example- mandatory milestones, so that if the student has not passed a test, he/she cannot access the rest of the formative itinerary.
In addition to the material available on the campus, group tutoring will be scheduled on a regular basis and on previously set days, and be carried out through videoconferencing and webinar systems. Teachers are permanently accessible by email with a maximum delay of 48 hours. They will also be available for telephone assistance on the schedules and days previously set for each subject.
The publication of documentation is distributed throughout the course, in several deliveries corresponding to the various modules and stages of learning, so that the student assimilates the subject matter gradually. Each of these publications of teaching material will be composed of various types of documents:
Upon the publication of each documentation, the tutor will inform the students of the deadline for submission of each of the exercises and proposed work, which will normally be three or four weeks after the publication of the corresponding contents.
Although the evaluation system may vary depending on the particular characteristics of each subject, in general, the evaluation system is structured around the following elements:
The final exams of each subject can consist of both an exam and the presentation of a project submitted by telematic means.
In the final grade of the subject, the grade of said final exam is weighted with the rest of the evaluation elements as indicated in the Learning Guide of each subject.
The specific percentages of weighting in each subject appear in the documentation delivered to the student at the beginning of the course.
All grades will be accessible via Internet, in the student's private section.
The Master’s degree Final Research Project consists in the creation of a digital marketing plan that must be defended via telepresence before a Tribunal.
Said Tribunal will be made up of professors of the Master's degree and relevant professionals of the sector.
The reading and defense of the Final Master's degree project will take place in July or September, depending on the period of completion of the internship and can only be done once the rest of the subjects of the Curriculum have been passed.
The evaluation will consider both the individual work, embodied in the written and audiovisual document containing the proposal (80% of the final grade), and the oral presentation before the Tribunal (20% of the final grade).
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As established in article 16 and 17 of RD 1393/2007 of October 29, which establishes the organization of official university studies, in order to access the official master's degree studies one must have an official Spanish university degree or another issued by an institution of higher education of the European Higher Education Area that grants access to Master's degrees in the country issuing said degree.
Likewise, according to the aforementioned article, access will also be granted to graduates of educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area, without the need for homologation of their degrees, after verification by the University that they accredit a level of education equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees, and that they grant access to postgraduate studies in the country issuing the degrees. Access by this means will not imply, in any case, the homologation of the interested party's previous degree, nor its recognition for other purposes than that of studying the Master's degree.
For this Master's Degree, the Bachelor's Degree or Undergraduate Degree in Advertising and Public Relations, Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management, Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Bachelor's Degree in Audiovisual Communication will be especially valued.
The admission process to the Master's degree begins by sending the following documentation by post or courier to the Postgraduate Admissions Section:
Once the documentation has been received and it has been verified that the submitted degree grants access to the Master's degree, as established in arts. 15 and 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, the candidates take the proficiency test of their chosen program.
The tests are taken remotely, and consist of an aptitude test with which assess the student's maturity and the reasons that lead him/her to study here, and a specific test for the chosen program. The Admissions Commission analyzes the results and the documentation submitted by the candidate and approves or rejects the application. The candidate receives written information about their admission, about the process of formalizing their enrollment in the Program and about the final documentation that must be submitted, duly legalized.
Also, the Admissions Commission, made up of those responsible for the Department itself, the Registrar's Office and the Department of University Development, is responsible for proposing to the University Rector the granting of student status for those candidates whose suitability has been verified.
The weighting of these admission tests is specified below:
After registering, the candidate goes on to formalize their enrollment, choosing the subjects online and completing the required information.
Throughout the process, the candidate is permanently in contact with the Department of University Development and with the academic heads of the Program, who can answer any questions.
The teaching staff of the School of Communication and Arts is formed by professionals from each field of specialization, who carry out a teaching method based on the conviction that what we learn, we learn by doing it.
The integration with the profession is based on the incorporation of professionals as associate professors in each program, in a teaching methodology inspired by the learning by doing proposal which carries over into the experiential aspect in the classrooms and into the activities of academic extension.
The Master's Degree in Marketing and Digital Advertising - IAA has a close relationship with IAA, the International Advertising Association, the only global association in the advertising sector, which is a partner of the degree.
The program trains students to pursue professions such as
Nebrija University has signed a Collaboration Agreement regarding internships for training and employment with nearly 3,000 companies and institutions, to promote the practical training of all its students and the approach to the professional environment and first job of university graduates.
Companies in agreement with the Nebrija University regarding internships
100% online program with high-employability that trains students in the field of digital economy, a sector that grows year after year, and is becoming one of the main engines of economic growth.