Journalism is a growing profession. New career paths are opening up for journalists, beyond positions in the press, radio and television. Firstly, the digital world offers many opportunities to create media companies and secondly, the communication departments of private companies and public institutions shape a professional profile on the rise: the institutional journalist.

To create this versatile professional profile, the Bachelor's Degree in Journalism has a strong team of lecturers with national and international experience, committed to the training of students and their personal attention. The facilities and equipment (TVs set, radio studios, editing rooms etc. ) prepare students in a practical way for the increasingly demanding labour market. Work placement agreements with regional and national media companies and the international focus of the degree (with subjects taught entirely in English) contribute decisively to train critical journalists responsive to the needs of society from an ethical and responsible point of view.