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Dean’s presentation


The School of Humanities, Communication and Library and Science, from its very beginnings at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 1996, has had a clear multidisciplinary outlook.

Over the years the School has grown extensively in terms of both teaching and research, to become an indispensable mainstay for the goals of excellence and internationalization that guide our University.

Among the distinguishing features of our School, I would like to highlight the following:

  • Our highly internationalized studies, offering classroom instruction in English and an extensive offering of Erasmus scholarships.
  • Journalism labs, consisting of television recording studios, editing and writing rooms, and radio and camera studios, where Journalism and Audiovisual Communication students gain hands-on production experience.

The following degree programs have been taught at the School since academic year 2008-09.  They combine the most rigorous theoretical education with broad development of professional skills.

Bachelor Degree in Film, Television and Media Studies
Bachelor Degree in Humanities
Bachelor Degree in Management of Information and Digital Contents
Bachelor Degree in Journalism
Dual degree in Journalism and Film, Television and Media Studies 

Since academic year 2009-10, the School has undertaken a strong commitment to study programs in English. The Bachelor Degree in Journalism and the Bachelor Degree in Film, Television and Media Studies are offered with the bilingual option.

The international outlook of the School can be observed through the quantity of Erasmus and non-European mobility scholarships. Every year, around 500 of our students enjoy scholarships of international mobility, both Erasmus and non-European at top universities.

The young and dynamic faculty is made up of renowned experts and scholars in different fields, who excel in the quality of their teaching and research.

At the same time, the School has an excellent administrative and services staff, exemplified in the administrative services and the library.

To this team are added students especially motivated and committed to their studies and prepared for all the challenges that the future holds.

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