900 321 322 900 321 322
Menu

School of Communication and Arts

"Communication today has a relevant role in society but in the coming years it is an essential discipline for any organization."
Marta Perlado Dean of the School
Facultad de Comunicación y Artes
ranking

High score
teaching and internacionalization
QS Stars Ranking

ranking

High score
online learning
QS Stars Ranking

ranking

High score
employability & inclusiveness
QS Stars Ranking

ranking

2nd Spanish University
in Employability
uRanking

ranking

We are among the 6 best
Private Universities
CyD Foundation

ranking

2nd Spanish private University
in transparency
CyT Foundation

"Learning by doing" philosophy, experience the profession by exercising it


Our students work in the organization of events (the Festival of Youths Touched by Advertising and the AdN Short Film Festival, among others), they experience the effectiveness of teamwork and practice communicative skills on a daily basis in all their dimensions.

The curricula include practical subjects directly related to the professional training in the first academic year and our programs attend to the professional profiles demanded by the current sector.


Committed to our students' objectives


Our commitment is to form a successful team with the student and to achieve his/her goals, which will also be ours. We have professional teachers from the sector who promote an innovative teaching methodology, dynamic and participative teaching, with facilities designed for the student's professional development (television set, radio studio, multimedia rooms and design and post-production laboratories).


Marta Perlado Dra. Marta Perlado Lamo de Espinosa Dean of the School of Communication and Arts



Organisational structure

Marta Perlado

Marta Perlado Lamo de Espinosa Dean


Advertising Department
Marta Perlado

Marta Perlado Lamo de Espinosa

Head of the Advertising Department
Fernando Toledano

Fernando Toledano Cuervas-Mons

Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Advertising and Public Relations
Gema Barón

Gema Barón Dulce

Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Marketing
Leticia Rodríguez

Leticia Rodríguez Fernández

Head of the Bachelor's Programme inCorporate Communication, Protocol and Event Organization
José Olivares

José Olivares Santamarina

Head of the Master's Programme in Strategic Planning of Advertising Media
Begoña de Miguel

Begoña Miguel San Emeterio

Head of the Master's Programme in Marketing and Digital Advertising - IAA
Head of the Master's Programme in Strategic Planning of Advertising Media - Carat
Communications Department
Marta Saavedra

Marta Saavedra

Head of the Communications Department
Sara Infante Pineda

Sara Infante Pineda

Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Journalism
Nicolás Grijalba

Nicolás Grijalba de la Calle

Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Audiovisual Communications
Mercedes Herrero

Mercedes Herrero de la Fuente

Head of the Master's Programme in Periodismo en Televisión - Antena 3
Head of the Master's Programme in Periodismo Digital - Antena 3
Juan Carlos Rodríguez

Juan Carlos Rodríguez Díaz

Head of the Master's Programme in Radio - Onda Cero
Ibro Ganovic

Ibro Ganovic Kozlicic

Head of the Master's Programme in Direction and Production of Fictional Series - Atresmedia
Arts Department
Raquel Monje

Raquel Monje

Head of the Arts Department
Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Fine Arts
Antonio Sierra

Antonio Sierra

Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Scenic Arts
Diana Angoso

Diana Angoso

Head of the Master's Programme in Art Market and Management of Related Businesses
Diana Angoso

Sonia Lázaro Vaquerizo

Head of the Bachelor's Programme in Fashion Design

Degrees





DOBLES TITULACIONES OFICIALES OFICIAL DUAL BACHELOR DEGREES

DIPLOMA EN COMUNICACIÓN DIGITAL
DIPLOMA IN ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ***

Professors


The academic staff of the Faculty of Communication and Arts is composed of both full-time and part-time faculty members.

Most full-time faculty are holders of doctorates with a keen dedication to teaching and research. These faculty members specialise in domains relating to the qualifications awarded by the Faculty, such as journalistic writing/editing, specialised journalism, history of the media, design, creativity, audience research, media planning, and research implementation, production and methodology.

Part-time faculty members are usually practising professionals currently tied to media groups and they teach more on-the-job subjects and workshops.

The hallmark of the Faculty of Communication and Arts is that it takes a preeminently practical approach to its programme, close to the occupational reality. It is therefore important that its faculty members have wide-ranging professional experience, and are able to transmit and leverage that knowledge in the lecture room.

The subjects taught in English are the responsibility of specialised faculty members, while staff in charge of the Professional Skills Seminars are experts in the realm of communications and executive skills.

Research


Research Groups

The School devotes part of its effort to research tasks, as a fundamental complement to teaching. These tasks are structured around the existing Research Groups, which are part of the official register of the University, and which materialize in research projects with companies and public institutions of the sector.

Consult here the lines of activity and research groups

Publicaciones


The School’s professors usually publish publications related to their research as an essential part of their activity at the University.

Consult here the most recent publications

News in Communication and Arts

School Blog