Master in Corporate Communication and Marketing

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The Master in Corporate Communication and Marketing is a Social and Legal Sciences degree at the School of Human and Social Sciences and Communication.
PROGRAM

Masters

DURATION

10 months

LANGUAGE

English

LOCATION

Madrid

Format

Face to face and blended

Number of ECTS credits:

60

Number of places available

135

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MASTER STUDENT PROFILE

APPLICANT PROFILE

Students can have academic background from a wide range of profiles, from law, economics, political science, sociology, psychology, business, history or humanities, as well as communication, journalism, publicity and public relations, marketing or audiovisual communication. Academic excellence is a must, as well as some work or volunteer experience.

career opportunities

It is estimated that career opportunities will be mostly in the private sector, service sector, in international and non-governmental organizations. Therefore, this Master has been designed as a professional orientation although this does not exclude a career in research or academics among other possible career opportunities. Some examples are:

-BRAND MANAGER
-COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT AT NGOS
-INTERNAL COMMUNICATION AND HR
-MARKETING COMMUNICATION
-SALES
-PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT
-DIGITAL OR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS CONSULTING CRISIS
-COMMUNICATION AND REPUTATION MANAGEMENT
-NEW MEDIA STRATEGIST
-SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

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