|Length of program||5 years|
|Timetable||Morning and afternoon|
|Internships||Mandatory, elective, extracurricular|
There are four main methodological approaches employed in the double degree course program: lectures, seminars, internships and international exchange programs
Lectures provide a humanist grounding in the complexity of the globalized, constantly changing world and enables students to grasp the new norms of digital communication. Language, history and thought lie at the core of the subjects delivered in these lectures, which provide the theoretical foundation of both of the specializations.
There are six hours of seminars a week with a maximum of twelve students per group. The seminars enable students to develop their specialist knowledge and are delivered by professionals in the field who are responsible for teaching and guiding the students. Tutors are both demanding and committed and keep a close eye on student’s development.
Internships are a compulsory element of this double degree. The School’s wide range of agreements with local and international companies and institutions enables students to gain experience of life in a professional team in an area of their particular interest. Students are supported by an academic tutor and a professional mentor. Internships are undertaken between the third and fourth academic year.
Blanquerna offers double degree students the opportunity to take part in a range of international exchange programs, which take place either in the 4th or the 5th year, depending on the location. The School has bilateral agreements with leading European universities in countries such as Belgium, France, Italy, Portugal and Holland. We also participate in other exchange programs open to students, teachers and administrative staff in a number of different places around the world, above all in the USA, Canada and in several countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa.