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CEU - UCLA EXTENSION

Digital Media & Strategic Communications Program

This CEU Program in collaboration with UCLA Extension (University of California, Los Angeles) offers students from the Faculty of Humanities and Communication Sciences at CEU San Pablo University the opportunity to receive a solid training in the field of communication and digital media taught by instructors from UCLA Extension. Students will acquire an international profile and the ability to work confidently in one of the most demanding academic environments in the world. 

This program is aimed at students who meet the stipulated academic and linguistic requirements (see Admission section) and are studying in English at CEU San Pablo University one of the degrees or double degrees listed below. 

  • Bachelor´s Degree in Journalism (English)
  • Bachelor´s Degree in Audiovisual Communication (English)
  • Bachelor´s Degree in Digital Communication (English)
  • Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Bachelor's Degree in Advertising and PR (bilingual)
  •  Bachelor's Degree in Advertising and PR (English)
  • Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Bachelor's Degree in Audiovisual Communication (bilingual)
  • Bachelor's Degree in Audiovisual Communication and Bachelor's Degree in Advertising and Public Relations (bilingual)
  • Bachelor's Degree in Digital Communication and Bachelor's Degree in Journalism (bilingual)
  • Bachelor's Degree in Marketing
  • Double Undergrad Degree in Marketing + Digital Communication

The University of California, Los Angeles

The University of California, Los Angeles, also known by its acronym, UCLA, is a public university that belongs to the University of California. Founded in 1919, it is the third oldest campus in the University of California system and is particularly renowned for its research. With about 45 500 students, UCLA counts with 14 Nobel laureates and 13 MacArthur Foundation members. 

UCLA holds the following positions in the rankings of universities: 

  • Nº 14 best university in the world. / Nº 11 best American university. Shangai Ranking-Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2021.
  • Nº 18 best university in the world. Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) 2020-2021.
  • Nº 20 best American university. U.S.News-Best National University Rankings 2022.
  • Nº 20 best university in the world. Times Higher Education-The World University Rankings 2022.
  • Nº 40 best university in the world. QS World University Rankings 2022.

UCLA Extension

UCLA Extension is one of the 10 largest schools in the University of California Los Angeles and is located in Westwood Village, one of the most attractive and safest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, a short bus ride from Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. The neighborhood is known for its theatres, shopping, markets, museums and a wide variety of restaurants.

Characteristics

Structure of the Program 

Students take three intensive and specific modules in Madrid during the first three years of their undergrad degree. Once these are completed, the student will study the last modules at UCLA Extension where he/she will be admitted as a full-time student. 

Methodology 

The international, interactive and participative approach of the program, based on critical thinking, provides students with a global vision and with a great capacity for adaptation, which will be highly valued in their incorporation into the labor market.

Language 

This program is aimed at candidates with an upper-intermediate level of English language proficiency (87 TOEFL). 

Qualifications

In addition to the corresponding Official Degree awarded by the CEU San Pablo University, students who pass this program will obtain the following certificates: 

  • "Digital Media & Strategic Communications Official Records of Participation" issued by The University of California Los Angeles, UCLA Extension. 
  • Certificado "Programa Bilingüe Universidad CEU San Pablo". (*)
  • Marketing Certificate" awarded by The University of California Los Angeles, UCLA Extension 


(*) Courses that do not lead to the award of an official certificate.