The TV programme «Club Súper 3» and Nació Digital, Communication National Prizes

The Televisió de Catalunya programme «Club Súper 3», for which professor of the School Joan Tharrats is a screenwriter, and the online newspaper Nació Digital, led by Karma Peiró, also a professor at the School, have won the Premis Nacionals of Comunicació 2016 in the categories of television and native digital media, respectively.

Blanquerna FCRI, present in the «NetCom 2016» of Catalonia Dircom

At the beginning of October, the Old Factory Damm held the event «NetCom 2016», a traditional meeting of the directors of Catalan communication. Representing the School were professors Antoni Solanilla, Josep Rom, Jordi Botey and Josep Maria Picola, in addition to professor Kathy Matilla, a member of the governing board of Dircom Catalonia, the entity organizer.

URL celebrates its 25th anniversary

With a ceremony at the Llotja de Mar, Universitat Ramon Llull celebrated its 25th anniversary as the first private, social initiative and non-profit university in Spain. The event, which coincided with the opening of the academic year 2016-2017, was attended by over 400 guests, among whom were members of the university community URL and representatives of educational, cultural and political fields.

Período de información pública del Autoinforme de Centro

Del 30 de septiembre al 7 de octubre se abre el periodo de información pública para la consulta del Autoinforme de la Facultad de Comunicación y Relaciones Internacionales Blanquerna, en el marco del proceso acreditación 2016 del Grado en Relaciones Internacionales y los másters universitarios en Periodismo Avanzado. Reporterismo; Estrategia y Creatividad Publicitarias; y en Ficción en Cine y Televisión. Producción. Guión y Realización.

MedMedia project in Israel

Projecte MedMedia a Israel

The School’s dean, Dr. Josep Maria Carbonell, and Dr. Jaume Suau, professor of the School, have visited Tel Aviv in order to organize a conference under the project MedMedia, in which the School is involved.

Erasmus+ students visit the Catalan Parliament

The beginning of the new academic year has given way to the reception of the exchange students, who are from the United States, Venezuela, South Korea, The Netherlands, and Belgium, among other countries. They will spend the next semester in the School thanks to the Erasmus+ studies program, funded by the European Union.