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Cross-cutting activities School of Humanities and Communication

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At Graduate School of Humanities and Communication each year we offer two workshops of cross-cutting activities with the aim of improving some of the soft skills of our students that are not part of their hard knowledge training of each Program. Specifically, we focus on improving the acquisition of appropriate capabilities to write CV or Bios, preparing a job interview or a group dynamics and getting to know the main professional trends and perspectives of the job market through the experience and guidance of prestigious experts, companies and institutions.

Finally, with these activities, which are offered without extra fee charges, we encourage students of the different Master Programs of the School to get to know each other, share common experiences, concerns and interests, and build networks of relationships that they may eventually take advantage of in their academic and professional future.

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20

◉ OCTOBER 25, 2019
  • The Conference will be oriented to the preparation for the improvement of employability and development of professional skills, specifically the curriculum and preparation of the selection interview.

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Timetable: 11am - 1.30pm

Location: Getafe (Building 18 - Classroom 18.1.A12)

 

◉ NOVEMBER 5, 2019
  • The Conference will be oriented to the preparation for the improvement of employability and development of professional skills, specifically the curriculum and preparation of the selection interview. It will be given by the Human Resources team of the company "Llorente y Cuenca".

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Timetable: 4.30pm - 6.30pm

Location: Madrid-Puerta de Toledo (Graduate Hall)

Activities from previous years

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-19

Autumn

Madrid-Puerta de Toledo Campus

  • The activity will be oriented to the preparation for the improvement of your employability and development of professional competences, specifically the realization of the curriculum and preparation of the selection interview.

Getafe Campus

  • The activity will be oriented to the preparation for the improvement of your employability and development of professional competences, specifically the realization of the curriculum and preparation of the selection interview.

Spring

Madrid-Puerta de Toledo Campus

  • The Conference will be oriented to the analysis of Trends and professional perspectives in the field of Communication and Documentation.

Getafe Campus

  • The seminar will be oriented to the analysis of trends and professional perspectives in the field of Humanities, and more specifically, in the fields of Cultural Management and Tourism Management.

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18

Autumn
  • Employability: CV and cover letter, selection interview, group dynamics.

Spring

Madrid-Puerta de Toledo Campus

  • Professional trends and perspectives in the fields of Communication and Documentation (workshop organised around the following sub-fields: Advertising Communication, Libraries, Archives and Digital Continuity, Transmedia Documentary and Reportage, Film and Television and Applied Research to Mass Media).

Getafe Campus

  • Professional trends and perspectives in the fields of Humanities and Communication (workshop organised around the following sub-fields: Cultural Criticism, Language and Literature; Cultural Heritage and Tourism Management; Journalism, Audiovisual Communication and Advertising; Librarianship and Information Science).

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-17

Autumn
  • Employability: CV and cover letter, selection interview, group dynamics.

Spring
  • Professional trends and perspectives in the fields of Humanities, Communication and Social Sciences (workshop organised around the following sub-fields:  Cultural Criticism, Language and Literature; Cultural Heritage and Tourism Management; Political Science and Sociology; Journalism, Audiovisual Communication and Advertising; Librarianship and Information Science).

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-16

Autumn
  • Employability: CV and cover letter, selection interview, group dynamics.

Spring
  • Professional trends and perspectives in the fields of Humanities, Communication and Social Sciences (workshop organised around the following sub-fields:  Cultural Criticism, Language and Literature; Cultural Heritage and Tourism Management; Political Science and Sociology; Journalism and Audiovisual Communication; Librarianship and Information Science).