IE School of Communications Master in Corporate Communication is aimed at providing our students with a detailed, multi-faceted understanding of how the media, information and organizations connect together, how to identify and manage stakeholders and how these move about and influence others, to better serve the goodwill. The program places a strong emphasis on the development and acquisition of a specific skill set, which is of paramount importance for any career in Corporate Communication. Throughout the course, students will have workshops run in our MediaLab (radio, television, editing and digital newsrooms) in Segovia. By the end of the course, students will have learned how to work on negotiation tactics, design protocols, conflict and crisis management, supervision and strategic control of news content and flow. IEs Master in Corporate Communication is characterized by a number of specific features that make the program stand out, making your time at IE truly unique: • Faculty academic excellence in the areas of Communications and Business. • Hands-on approach to teaching through real cases. • International & multicultural student intake. IE diversity is strongly reflected in the international and multicultural student intake. The IE Community represents over 37.000 Alumni in more than 100 countries. • MediaLab sessions. Throughout the course, students will have workshops run in our MediaLab (radio, television, editing and digital newsrooms) located in our campus in Segovia. The MediaLab, with its own digital writing, editing and control rooms will be the real space where students will work on gathering information, reading, writing, and broadcasting news. • Speaker Series. Throughout the year, students will attend a series of conferences by renowned professionals within the field of communication. • Official Master Program according to the Bologna agreement • IE internatonal recognition as one of the Top 10 Business Schools in the world, according to international journals such as The Financial Times, The Economist or The Wall Street Journal.
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