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
CoordinationDra. Alba Sabaté Gauxachs

Price 6995€


Module I. Principles of international relations (10 ECTS)

Origin and evolution of International Relations

  • Theory and History of International Relations (3 ECTS) (program)

International Structure

  • International Politics (3 ECTS) (program)
  • International Economy (3 ECTS) (program)
  • International Law (3 ECTS) (program)

Module II. Understanding current World Affairs (14 ECTS)

Key players in current affairs of the 21st century

  • Europe / United States (2 ECTS) (program)
  • Russia and former USSR (2 ECTS) (program)
  • China / India / Far East (2 ECTS) (program)
  • Middle East and North of Africa (3 ECTS) (program)
  • Sub-Saharan Africa (3 ECTS) (program)
  • Latin America (2 ECTS) (program)

Module III. Explaining current World Affairs through the Media (8 ECTS)

International news media

Internship (12 ECTS)

The student will do an internship in an institution, organization, or media outlet and will carry out tasks focused on international affairs. The places offered include corporate communication departments of institutions or organizations dedicated to current affairs and the section of international news in media outlets. Internships abroad are also offered.

Seminar (6 ECTS)

The seminar consists of an eminently practical subject in which a thorough and intense follow-up of the international news is carried out and whose objective is the creation, in groups, by all the students of the master's degree, of a communication product (a dossier or one of the so-called "specials" produced by the media) in the preparation of which all the knowledge acquired in the subjects must converge.

Final Masters Project (10 ECTS)

Under the direction of a professor of the master's degree, the student individually develops a product of significance and scope linked to the news which must reflect the knowledge acquired, both in terms of students’ communicative abilities and their mastery of the key concepts which condition the world today and the relationships between its different actors.