In this master's degree, we prepare versatile journalists to produce audiovisual news on all digital platforms.
The classes are 100% practical, and we faithfully replicate the current work routines of newsrooms in the main Spanish television channels. In our methodology we combine the passion for innovation with new narratives and the deep respect for the tradition of the journalistic profession. Our professors and teachers are journalists with extensive professional experience and accredited doctors in communication.
Passion and rigor are the two engines that have moved us for more than 10 years to continue training the new generations of television journalists in Spain.
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Laila Jiménez, presenter of Informativos TELECINCO, tells us about the Master's Degree in Journalism in Television, a program made to train versatile journalists who will produce audiovisual news on all digital platforms.
Student profile:The University Master's Degree in Journalism in Television is aimed at those who want to develop a career as journalists specialized in television, planning and making audiovisual news. To be admitted to the program, it is necessary to be in possession of a higher university degree such as undergraduate, bachelor, higher engineering, or equivalent. Our students come from undergraduate degrees in Journalism (70%), Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, Business Administration and Management and Sociology, among others.
Graduate profile: Our students are perfectly prepared to work in the different profiles demanded by television information companies. They are journalists trained in the areas of production, direction, filming, editing, reporting and presentation before the camera.
Official Degree:Master's Degree in Journalism in Television
Center responsible:Communication and Arts School
Branch of knowledge: Social and Legal Sciences
Openings available: 40
Total Credits:60 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2010-2011
Duration: 1 year. From October to June
Type of Education: Classroom attendance
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All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 60 credits
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It is an essential requirement to access the Master's programs to have a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in accordance with the current legislation. A Bachelor's Degree in Communication Sciences (Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations) will be especially valued. In this sense, we are looking for students who have skills that foresee a good disposition for teamwork, have great flexibility and open-mindedness to the incorporation of new knowledge and new ways of working, and that, regardless of what scientific or technical studies they come from, they show a great interest in the humanities in general, and a great sense of social responsibility in professional work.
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 diploma submitted grants to the degree, as established in Arts. 15 and 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, candidates take the admission test with the coordinator of the degree. This test is carried out in person in Madrid when possible or, failing that, it can also be taken remotely (online) for those candidates residing outside of Spain.
The candidate holds a personal interview with the Program Coordinator. This interview is in itself an admission test in which the specific knowledge of the candidate is evaluated through a battery of questions about the area of knowledge, as well as their level of maturity and attitudes to it. After this interview, the coordinator prepares a report on the candidate's skills profile, his degree of maturity, his personal interest in Audiovisual Journalism and his suitability for the degree, which is attached to the file that the Admissions Commission will assess.
The University Admissions Commission, made up of heads of the Department itself, the General Secretary and the Department of University Development will be in charge of proposing to the Rector of the University the granting of student status to those candidates whose suitability has been proven.
The candidate receives written information about their admission, which is previously provided by phone, about the result of the admission process and formalizing their enrollment in the Program, the definitive documentation, duly legalized, that must be submitted, etc.
The teaching staff of the School of Communication and Arts is made up of professionals from each field of specialization, who develop a teaching method based on the conviction that what we learn, we learn by doing it.
Integration with the profession is based on the incorporation of professionals as associate professors supporting each program, in a teaching methodology inspired by the learning by doing proposal that involves the experiential aspect in the classrooms and in academic extension activities.
The Master's Degree in Journalism in Television has close ties with numerous companies and media from all fields, a notable characteristic that is enriches by both the teaching staff and the internship program.
The Master's Degree in Journalism in Television trains professionals whose future work will be:
Nebrija University has signed a Collaboration Agreement on training and employment internships 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.
These are some of the companies that can be chosen by the students of the Master's Degree in Journalism in Television, in order to carry out their internships and enter fully into contact with the professional field, related to television journalism:
The Faculty of Communication and Arts of the Nebrija University celebrates the NIPHO contest again, in this case, its 14th edition, which rewards the best journalistic works of the students in different categories: written press, television, radio, photography... In addition, it recognizes the trajectory of great professionals.
Once again, the School of Communication and Arts of the Nebrija University celebrates the NIPHO contest, in this case, its 12 + 1 edition, which awards the students' best journalistic works in different categories: written press, television, radio, photography... In addition, it recognizes the career path of two great professionals. On this occasion, the winners will be Mercedes Milá and Eva Tribiño.
Journalist Jon Sistiaga has starred in the second session of the conference 'Nebrija Journalists' organized by Nebrija University's School of Communication Sciences.
Nebrija University hosted the conference on the future of media, organized by CLABE (Club Abierto de Editores), which addressed topics of interest such as fake news, disinformation and the application of artificial intelligence in Journalism. [Read more]
Fake news is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity in our time of information overload. Laura Martínez Otón, director of the Master's Degree in Radio, Podcast and Digital Audio – Cadena SER, addresses this topic, which is as interesting as it is necessary, in her latest book, presented at Nebrija University. [Read more]