Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (Barcelona Campus)
Máster en Dirección de Comunicación Corporativa
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This Master is taught completely in Spanish
EAE’s Máster en Dirección de Comunicación Corporativa (Master in Corporate Communication Management) is designed to equip communications professionals to be original, creative and efficient in the creation of drafting communications strategies in an innovative way, ensuring that they are adapted to the channels used by the target market.
The overall aim is to enhance our corporate reputation, a factor identified by communications companies and consultants as playing a key role in the growth of an organisation in the years to come.
If you would like further information regarding objectives, study programs, the teaching staff, professional opportunities, entry requirements and enrolment, and grants and financial assistance for the master's degree, see theprogram description in Spanish.
Reasons for taking EAE’s Business School Máster en Dirección de Comunicación Corporativa:
EAE is a member of the main communication associations in Spain
These include DIRCOM, ADECEC, CORPORATE EXCELLENCE, AM and AEA. Through agreements with these associations, participants are able to enjoy the benefits they offer.
The Máster en Dirección de Comunicación Corporativa improves on its last year's position and now features among the 35 best master's degrees in Europe in the area of communication ("Top 200 Best Masters in Communications Regional Ranking”) according to the Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking Worldwide 2015-2016. With these results, EAE's Máster en Dirección de Comunicación Corporativa has now been amongst the best for 10 years.
El Mundo Ranking
According to the El Mundo 250 Best Masters” ranking, EAE's Máster en Dirección de Comunicación Corporativa is the best master's degree of the communication area in Spain.
The contents of the master's degree are developed jointly with the Advisory Board of the Marketing and Communication Area, formed by 23 professionals from companies like Unilever, Sony, Mango, Nielsen, Nissan, OgilvyOne, Heineken, Endesa, BP, La Caixa, Dockers, and more.
One of the keypoints of the master's degree is the making of a Communication Plan in the last part of the program. Here students learn to develop an integral and viable corporate communication campaign, and to deal with communication solutions in actual situations of crisis.
98% of the students on the Master in Corporate Communication Management who applied for internships were able to do them.