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University Master's Degree in Strategic Communication - 14th edition

University Master's Degree in Strategic Communication

Academic information

Online teaching organisation

First term (online teaching)

During the first semester (October to December) all the subjects are taught online through the virtual campus or Moodle. Before starting the second quarter in January, the students will have a face-to-face or virtual interview with each teacher of the subjects of the first quarter to verify the authorship of the real tests.

According to the indications of the professor, the students will follow the teaching of the first semester synchronously or by sharing records and other material published by the professor on the virtual campus (Moodle space).


Only students who choose continuous assessment and submit all assessed activities for each subject within the scheduled deadline are eligible for the maximum grade.

Students who choose to submit their assessed activities during the second exam session (January) are eligible for up to 80% of the maximum grade

Second term (face-to-face teaching)

Face-to-face teaching

The face-to-face teaching is concentrated in the second term from Monday to Friday and from 15.00 to 20.00 h.

External practices

The Masterdec gives you the chance to carry out an extracurricular internship in the frame of the internships offered by the URV which is managed by the Student Office of the URV.

In addition to communications and services businesses, students on this master's degree have completed internships in sectors as diverse as food production, tourism, and chemistry.

Master's degree final project

Unique call: May

Guide to the Master's Thesis subject of Faculty of Arts (available in Spanish).


Part-time students can apply for a mobility. Check the list of mobility agreements.


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