Audiovisual communication plays a pivotal role in contemporary society. Audiovisual communication experts must not only have a comprehensive understanding of the technical aspects of the media with which they are working, but also have a firm grasp of the diverse theoretical aspects within the field.
Our degree has an open and multidisciplinary focus, equipping our students with the theoretical and analytical tools needed to successfully develop their careers in the media and audiovisual fields.
As the teacher-student ratio is quite high at the UGR, our students are given personalised attention. Teaching staff on the course are also highly experienced in both teaching and in the professional sphere. As such, they provide excellent hands-on knowledge of how the audiovisual communication market works. Our faculty is well-equipped, with a wide range of technical resources, and is also well-connected, as the documentation and library science degrees are also taught here.
This four-year degree is comprised of three learning stages: basic subjects, core subjects and elective subjects. While undertaking this degree you will study subjects in areas such as multimedia, documentation science, politics, language, psychology, law, history and journalism.
This degree has been specially designed to prepare our students for a professional career in different areas of audiovisual communication. Our graduates possess the skills required to become competent audiovisual directors, scriptwriters and producers, image and sound producers, as well as researchers and teachers in the audiovisual field.
Audiovisual communication is a wide and varied field that will allow you to create high quality content for the public, be it in film, television, radio or the Internet. Our degree offers you the opportunity to become part of this exciting discipline, and help shape the future of one of the most exciting and important contemporary art forms.
|Duration||4 academic years (September/October to June each year approximately)|
|Application Period||June – September (approximately)|
|Offered by||Vice-Rector’s Office for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Teaching|
|How to apply||Please visit the Applications and Admissions Section|