COMMUNICATIONS

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Programme Description

EUSA trains future communication professionals using a Communication 2.0 approach that embraces current technologies and social media as useful communication tools, while also studying communication theories and history. Due to EUSA’s affiliation with the Chamber of Commerce and focus on professional, practical studies, you’ll find connections to communication experts who currently work in many different fields. You’ll get a chance to practice important intercultural communication skills when you interact with your peers on our campus: over 20% of EUSA students come from outside of Spain, representing more than 30 different countries and dozens of languages. By studying in Seville, you’ll be able to hone your intercultural communication skills and compare key differences between Spanish communication styles and your own.

Course Name Semester Year Language
UNIVERSAL HISTORY OF JOURNALISM

HISTORIA UNIVERSAL DEL PERIODISMO
1 2 Spa & Eng
COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENTS

GABINETES DE COMUNICACIÓN
1 3 Spa & Eng
IMAGE THEORY

TEORÍA DE LA IMAGEN
1 3 Spa & Eng
POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

COMUNICACIÓN POLÍTICA
1 4 Spa & Eng
MULTIMEDIA DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS

DISEÑO Y APLICACIONES MULTIMEDIA
1 4 Spa & Eng
COMMUNICATION THEORY

TEORÍA DE LA COMUNICACIÓN
2 1 Spanish
SOCIOLOGY AND COMMUNICATION

SOCIOLOGÍA Y COMUNICACIÓN
2 2 Spa & Eng
RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES IN COMMUNICATION

METODOLOGÍAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN COMUNICACIÓN
2 3 Spa & Eng
COMMUNICATION FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

COMUNICACIÓN PARA EL DESARROLLO SOCIAL
2 4 Spa & Eng
STRUCTURE AND POWER OF COMMUNICATION

ESTRUCTURA Y PODER DE LA COMUNICACIÓN
2 4 Spanish

Programme Details

Programme fee covers 5 EUSA courses, plus one extensive Spanish course included for no additional cost. All programmes can be customized to fit student needs: please contact the international office for more information.

All EUSA courses, as part of our 4 EHEA accredited degrees, share the following characteristics:

ECTS: Up to 30
Course Format: 4h per week ; 2x2h sessions
Fall Semester dates: mid September to end December
Fall Application Deadline: June 14
Spring Semester dates: beginning February to end June
Spring Application Deadline: November 15
Language of Instruction: Spanish/English
Attendance: Min 75%

For further information on course-related matters please consult our programme policies here.