Màster Periodisme i relacions internacionals
Length of program 1 year
Timetable Monday through Thursday from 18:00 to 21:30
Credits 60 ECTS
Degree DirectorDr. Pere Franch
CoordinationAlba Sabaté Gauxachs

Price 6800€
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Academic Director

Pere Franch, Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations-Ramon Llull University.
Email: Perefp@blanquerna.edu

Alba Sabaté. Doctoral candidate at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations-Ramon Llull University.
c/e: albasg@blanquerna.edu

Professors

Agus Morales, journalist, director at Revista 5W and contributor to the Spanish version of The New York Times.

Agustín Fernández de Losada, expert in governance, state modernization and cooperation.

Albert Segura, deputy director, and head of the international Section, of the Catalan News Agency, and delegate of the European Unión.

Alejandro Pozo, professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL, specializing in Geopolitics, Peace and Security.

Amadeo-Koichi Jensana Tanehashi, Director of the department of Economy and Business at Casa Asia.

Amadeu Altafaj, former permanent representative of the Government of Catalonia for the EU.

Andrea Daza, journalist, PhD in Communication, professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Andrea Noferini, PhD in Economy and professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Andreu Missé, journalist specialized in law and director of the magazine Alternativas Económicas.

Carles Ruiz, journalist and professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Carlos Bajo, journalist specialized in Africa and Technology, contributor at El País-Planeta Futuro.

Carlos Taibo, writer, editor and professor of Political Sciences at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Cèlia Cernadas, journalist and former correspondent for Catalunya Ràdio in Washington.

Cristian Oró, lawyer at the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Cristina Manzano, journalist and director of esglobal.org.

Daniel Esparza, professor at Columbia University, NYC.

David Meseguer, PhD in Journalism. Freelance investigative journalist specialized in the coverage of conflict zones.

Eduard Soler, researcher and research coordinator at CIDOB (Barcelona Centre for International Affairs).

Elisabet Cantenys, executive director at ACOS Alliance and former head of Programmes at Rory Peck Trust (United Kingdom) in projects to assist freelance journalists.

Emmanuel Cohen, head of the Euro-Mediterranean Policies Department, European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed).

Federico Guerrero, International Relations professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Francesc Serra, PhD in International Relations, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

Gemma Parellada, journalist, Africa correspondent for different media.

Georgina Higueras, journalist specialized in Asia.

Gervasio Sánchez, journalist and photographer.

Glòria Pallarès, journalist and global development information analyst. Contributor at El País-Planeta Futuro, Devex, CIFOR and Global Landscapes Forum.

Isabel Galí, journalist of the international section of TV3 and former correspondent in Latin America.

Joost Hiltermann, director of the program MENA at the International Crisis Group.

Jordi Baltà, researcher on cultural policy and management and international relations. Member of the UNESCO experts group on Diversity of Cultural Expressions.

Juan Carlos Palacios, international consultant in Cuba-EU expert exchange Program and in International Latin American Foundation for Public Administration and Public Policies (FIIAPP).

Lluís Bassets, deputy director of El País, specialist in International news coverage.

Lluís Uría, head of International news for La Vanguardia.

Lurdes Vidal, Head of the Arab and Mediterranean World Department at IEMed and professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Madawi al-Rasheed, professor at the Middle East Center of the London School of Economics.

Maribel Izcúe, Journalist in the 5W Magazine.

Mònica Bernabé, head of international section at Ara.

Montserrat Arbós, journalist, professor Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Nicolàs Valle, war correspondent at TV3.

Onno Seroo, Director of the Degree in International Relations at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Oriol Costa, Researcher at the Barcelona Institute for International Studies.

Oscar Mateos, Researcher and professor of the Degree in International Relations at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Pablo Capilla, professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Pere Franch, Coordinator of the Degree in Journalism and Corporate Communication at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Plàcid Garcia Planas, journalist of the international section of La Vanguardia, co-author of the book El márques y la esvástica, among other titles.

Rafael Bueno, professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Ramón Lobo, journalist, contributor at ElDiario.es, Jot Down, InfoLibre and El Périodico.

Roger Mateos, head of Politics section at Agencia EFE, Barcelona.

Sandra Balsells, photojournalist, professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Santiago Justel, professor at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.

Santi Palacios, freelance photojournalist for The Associated Press and El País, among others.

Sebastián Ruiz, International Relations and Sub-Saharian Africa analyst.

Sergi Roca, head of International news for Catalan public radio, Catalunya Ràdio.

Vicenç Sanclemente, journalist, deputy director at Ràdio 4, former TVE (Televisión Española) correspondent in Mexico, Beijing, Washington, la Habana and London.

Xavier Martí, Coordinator of the Degree in International Relations at Blanquerna FCRI, URL.