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Drac Novell International: "A one-of-a-kind festival”
For the second year in a row, Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations will host the year’s most important advertising event for university students.
II Symposium on "Collective Memory in the media”
Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations (Valldonzella, 12) will hold the II Symposium on "Collective Memory in the Media" on Thursday, 2 October at 9:00 in the School’s auditorium.
Conference: "Christian churches in the Middle East today"
The Joan Maragall Foundation is organizing a conference on the situation of Christians in the Middle East, with the participation of Father Manuel Nin, archimandrita and rector of the Greek College in Rome.
New academic course inaugurated
This September 15th, we’ve started the new academic year, with over three hundred and fifty new students in the four degrees offered by Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations.
Hubei University visits our School
We welcomed a group of representatives of Hubei University, from Wuhan, capital of Hubei, province of China, with whom we have signed an exchange agreement for students and teachers.
Professor elected member of the Communication Committee of the Pope
Professor of Religion and Communication graduate, Dr. Leticia Soberon, has been chosen by the Vatican to join the new committee of experts who who the goal of revising and renovating the communication strategy of Pope Francis.
75.9% job placement for the School of Communication
The employability of the students who finished their degrees last year at Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations is on average 75.9%. The degrees of Journalism, and Advertising and Public Relations are those with the highest rate of job placements reaching 80% and 78.9% respectively while the degree of Cinema and Television reaches 63.8%.