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Communication + Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication Technologies

Course syllabus

Your training - Languages

From basic knowledge to internships in organisations

1º year: You will learn the foundations of the communication industry, which are key pillars to work in the industry. You will also learn how to compress images and sound so that it can be distributed through digital platforms. You will gain insight into processes that are necessary to design and implement communication projects carried out by companies in the industry.

2º year: You will acquire the key competences that make communicators distinctive and will develop and manage websites oriented to the distribution of contents, making them viral on the social networks and measuring real time audience responses.

3º year: You will continue working on specific subjects. You will also design multiplatform games with visual programming technologies in 2D or 3D-animated environments and will learn to work on a TV set and make television scripts.

4º year: You will specialise in one particular field through elective subjects:

  • The media: Specialist subjects in media business, first-hand knowledge of radio, audio-visual and newspapers.
  • Business and Institutional Communication: Your will acquire techniques and tools for organizational communication, from communication project design to marketing plans.

You can also opt to spend the first semester at an international university while studying a specialist area.
In the second semester you will undertake external internships and prepare your Undergraduate Final Year Project.
 

You can study subjects in 3 languages

 

The 240 ECTS credits of the Bachelor’s degree programme are divided among core, compulsory and elective subjects, internships and the Undergraduate Final Year Project.

You can combine subjects in Spanish, English and Basque. You can study at least 30% in English or Basque.

We offer you the possibility of studying the required number credits in Basque to obtain the C1 level recognition (Official Gazette of the Basque Country, BOPV, 16 April 2012). You can find out the language of instruction for each subject in the course syllabus.

 

Course syllabus

Your training - Languages

From basic knowledge to internships in organisations

1º year: You will learn the foundations of the communication industry, which are key pillars to work in the industry. You will also learn how to compress images and sound so that it can be distributed through digital platforms. You will gain insight into processes that are necessary to design and implement communication projects carried out by companies in the industry.

2º year: You will acquire the key competences that make communicators distinctive and will develop and manage websites oriented to the distribution of contents, making them viral on the social networks and measuring real time audience responses.

3º year: You will continue working on specific subjects. You will also design multiplatform games with visual programming technologies in 2D or 3D-animated environments and will learn to work on a TV set and make television scripts.

4º year: You will specialise in one particular field through elective subjects:

  • The media: Specialist subjects in media business, first-hand knowledge of radio, audio-visual and newspapers.
  • Business and Institutional Communication: Your will acquire techniques and tools for organizational communication, from communication project design to marketing plans.

You can also opt to spend the first semester at an international university while studying a specialist area.
In the second semester you will undertake external internships and prepare your Undergraduate Final Year Project.
 

You can study subjects in 3 languages

 

The 240 ECTS credits of the Bachelor’s degree programme are divided among core, compulsory and elective subjects, internships and the Undergraduate Final Year Project.

You can combine subjects in Spanish, English and Basque. You can study at least 30% in English or Basque.

We offer you the possibility of studying the required number credits in Basque to obtain the C1 level recognition (Official Gazette of the Basque Country, BOPV, 16 April 2012). You can find out the language of instruction for each subject in the course syllabus.