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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.
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).
Dra. Marta Perlado Lamo de Espinosa Dean of the School of Communication and Arts
A meeting point for journalism students with the models of information and media. Nebrija Journalists is carried out in an open colloquium format, the meeting of future journalists with our country's opinion leaders in main media, press, radio, television and internet. The future of the profession, the challenges of journalism, the changes in work dynamics, the handling of sensitive information, fake news, the power of television, the control of the media... various topics that were brought up by journalists of the stature of Ana Pastor, Marta Fernández, Iñaki López, Juanma Castaño, Jon Sistiaga, José Maria Garcia, Josep Pedrerol, Hilario Pino, Susana Guasch.:
Welcome to ADN XIX, the Nebrija University short film festival. May 6, 2021. Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid.
Throughout their studies, students of the Communication degrees have meetings with professionals from different areas:
It is a pre-professional activity in which our students show the knowledge, skills and abilities that have been acquired during their training at our university. The objective is to feel like true journalists, writers, cameramen, presenters, broadcasters, photographers and editors. There are four award categories: press, photography, radio and television and two modalities: undergraduate and postgraduate.
Madrid Film Festival
In the Cinema Club, students can watch a series of films that are part of the history of cinema, whether because they enriched audiovisual language, or because they have managed to maintain their entertainment and quality. In addition, they can view other more recent films that have known, in most cases, how to conquer critics and audiences. After the screening of the film, a colloquium takes place, where students and professors will try to analyze the film in an entertaining way.
This is an advertising film festival in which the students of the School of Communication and Arts of Nebrija University analyze and award television commercials that best reflect the values and ideas of youth and, therefore, have "touched" young people throughout the year. It is a festival, which has had fifteen editions, organized entirely by Communication students, especially by Advertising and Public Relations students, which makes it different and unique, and makes it an attractive event for agencies, media and advertisers and turns it into a cover letter from our graduates in the working world.
In the spirit of "ideas worth spreading", TEDxUNebrija is a self-organized event by students and professors of Nebrija University that bring people together to share an experience similar to TED Talks. In a TEDx event, the TED Talks live video and speakers are combined to create deep discussion and connections.
This year the event is presented under the theme Limitless, the proposal of a society where technology, development and the convergence of disciplines have eliminated the limits to ideas. Every day new ideas arise around the world that transform us into a more advanced society with higher expectations. Even so, many times this progress has been faster than our understanding and reflection, therefore we ask ourselves where we should go and if we are ready to get there.
Join us on October 1 at an event where ideas and technology combine to spark deep discussion and connections. Be part of a unique experience where we will all participate in a global conversation.
Students of the Bachelor's Degree in Corporate Communication, Protocol and Event Organization annually hold Nebrija Code. The objective of the activity is to implement and publicize the professional world of Corporate Communication and Protocol, creating a direct relationship between students and agencies, media and industry professionals.
Throughout their studies, the students of the Advertising degrees have meetings with professionals from different areas:
The Arts Department of the School of Communication and Arts at Nebrija University announces an artistic residence for emerging artists at its Berzosa campus.+ Info
Nebrija University, through the Art Department of the School of Communication and Arts, gives out the Nebrija Awards to the Cultural Industry.
Communication and Arts Week Flashmob.
Nebrija Escena is a project of the Art Department of the Antonio de Nebrija University that aims to promote artistic practice through the production of plays of different formats, styles and aesthetics.
Arts students star in the artistic fashion show of the Communication and Arts Week, organized by the School of Communication and Arts.
The central courtyard of the Princesa Campus was transformed into a catwalk for a few hours, an artistic drawing studio, a stage and the interior spaces became the backstage and the makeup and hairdressing salon.
The first and second-year students of the Bachelor's Degree in Fashion Design organized and starred together with students of the Fine Arts, Performing Arts, and Digital and Multimedia Design degrees in the fashion show and the performances in order to show part of the work carried out in the classrooms. The fashion show was carried out by twenty-three students of the Bachelor's degree in Fashion, who presented a selection of looks and pieces of clothing, and seven students of Fine Arts who presented bodypainting designs.
The students of the Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts have participated in Unplanned Cycle, an activity from the subject Body Education I, taught by Professor Eva Sanz, in the first year of the Degree. It is a show of real-time composition of music and dance, and the production of analysis and written reflection. A creation where everything happens in the present moment, where artistic expression is born from the permanent listening to internal rhythms and the connection to everything that surrounds us: public, sounds, silence, looks...
The 4th-year students of the Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts participated in the Disability and Inclusion conference, collaborating in an inclusive workshop, staging the life of San Juan de Dios with members of the GARAYE theater group of the San Juan de Dios Center in Valladolid. The opening ceremony was presented by Jesús Celada Pérez, General Director of Disability Support Policies of the Ministry of Health, Consumption and Social Welfare. Then there was a participatory debate in which the performing arts project carried out last year was analyzed, and how the arts, in this case, were an excellent tool for cognitive accessibility.
The first-year students of the Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts participated in the training program of the Royal Theater, University to Scene. This activity aims to teach the process of construction and representation of an opera from the inside, as well as be a place of debate and meeting in which students can contribute a personal and creative vision based on their academic knowledge. Thanks to this initiative, our students have been able to be a part of the work team that builds the opera, which has given them practical knowledge in the first year on the degree.
The students of the Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts and Audiovisual Communication directed by Professor Ana Fernández Valbuena, participated in the theater piece Patria y Matria, a tribute to the Hispanic-Chilean painter Roser Bru, in the presentation of the monograph Theaters of Spanish exile (1939.2019), issue no. 52 of the magazine Las puertas del drama.
The event took place in the Casa de America. Participants were also: Manuel Signes, director of Las puertas del Drama; Ignacio del Moral, president of the Theater Authors Association; María Teresa Santa María, member of the Literary Exile Studies Group (Gexel), Autonomous University of Barcelona; and Beatriz Bergamín, actress and playwright.
The 4th-year students of the Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts made a visit-workshop to the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum within the framework of the action proposals in the subject Teaching Performing Arts. The tour of the Museum has favored the reading of the pictorial space as a scenic space, where the pictorial elements are read as actors and actresses, the person that creates the work is who directs the scene, and spectators can be placed in an active place thanks to their imagination.
The students of the Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts hold different exhibitions throughout their studies, it is a pre-professional experience that prepares them for the labor market.
Throughout their studies, students of the Art degrees have meetings with professionals from different areas:
** Compulsory Diploma
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.
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
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