As part of the celebration of the twentieth anniversary of Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations, a dinner was held on Monday with the leading companies and institutions in the field of communication and international relations.
As part of the celebrations of the twentieth anniversary of Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations, on Saturday April 25th, there will be an Open Day, when we expect to receive relatives and friends of our prospective students.
The Conference of Deans of Catalan Universities with Degrees in Communication took a stand with regards to the current situation of higher education in Catalonia.
The Spanish Association of Universities with Degrees in Information and Communication (ATIC), held a General Assembly, expressing their opposition to the changes proposed by the Ministry of Education, to modify the duration of degrees of four years to three years.
Sitges will host on 17 and 18 April the first call of «Sitges Next», the international festival of innovation in communication and new media, created with the intention of bringing together the main creative industries in the field of media and new technologies, and to serve as a stimulus to creativity and to national and international talent.
On March 25, from 7 pm to 9 pm, at La Salle Campus of Barcelona of the Ramon Llull University(Quatre Camins, 2, Barcelona) the conference entitled "Choosing university studies in the 21st century. How to guide your children" will be given by Maria Pilar Torné, from La Salle, and Tolo Moya, from Blanquerna, specialists in university orientation.
On Thursday, March 26, the conference «We are all Charlie Hebdo: Freedom of expression and its limits» by the journalist of La Vanguardia, Rafael Jorba, will take place.
On Monday, March 16, at 7 pm, a conference will be held in the Auditorium of Blanquerna FCRI (Valldonzella, 12), hosted by the researcher Susan George, honorary president of ATTAC France and of the council of the Transnational Institute.
On Tuesday, 17 March, at 7 pm, the Auditorium of Blanquerna FCRI (Valldonzella, 12) will be the scenario for the presentation of the book «Journalism after Twitter. Notes to rethink the profession» by professor Albert Sáez, assistant director of El Periódico.
The documentary “Ciutat Morta”, directed and produced by Xavier Artigas and Carlos “Xapo" Ortega in 2013, has been chosen to receive the Blanquerna Award for Best Communicator 2014.