Master’s Degree in Journalistic and Audiovisual Production

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In collaboration with the Santiago Rey-Fernández Latorre Foundation and backed by the Universidade da Coruña, the Amancio Ortega Foundation launched in 2017 the Master’s Degree in Journalistic and Audiovisual Production (MPXA, for its abbreviation in Galician) with the aim of making it easier for Spanish and international students with undergraduate degrees to access high-quality education in the field of communication and audiovisual production.

The MPXA, which includes two specialisations—advanced multiplatform journalism and executive audiovisual production—offers 30 spots with a scholarship covering all costs to participate in face-to-face training in A Coruña for nine months worth 72 ECTS credit points and a paid internship lasting a minimum of two months to complete the course. Since the programme began, it has a significant proportion of participants from different countries in Latin America.

Quick facts
Start date
Collaborating entity
Santiago Rey Fernández-Latorre Foundation
Number of participating students
30 per course
Executive Audiovisual Production (15 students) and Advanced Multiplatform Journalism (15 students)
Annual investment
€300 thousand
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