Quick facts
Start date
Collaborating entity
Santiago Rey Fernández-Latorre Foundation
Participating students
30 per course
Executive Audiovisual Production (15 students) and Advanced Multiplatform Journalism (15 students)
Annual investment
€350 thousand
Sustainable Development Goals / Agenda 2030
Main impact
Objetivo 4: Garantizar una educación inclusiva, equitativa y de calidad y promover oportunidades de aprendizaje durante toda la vida para todos
Complementary impact
Objetivo 9: Industria, Innovación e Infraestructuras

Master’s Degree in Journalistic and Audiovisual Production

Educational area

In collaboration with the Santiago Rey-Fernández Latorre Foundation and backed by the Universidade da Coruña, in 2017 the Amancio Ortega Foundation launched a Master’s Degree in Journalistic and Audiovisual Production (MPXA, 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 specializations—advanced multiplatform journalism and executive audiovisual production—offers 30 grants with a full scholarship 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 program began, it has a significant proportion of participants from different countries in Latin America.

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