The digital newspaper ‘El Español’ highlighted the range of innovative and transversal degree courses that will allow the Camilo José Cela University to keep pace with the future demands of the job market in the short and medium term. These courses include four new degrees created by UCJC last year: Urban Management, Business and Technology, Digital Arts, and the new Communications Degree, which combines the former degrees in Journalism, Audiovisual Communication, and Advertising.
UCJC has also created a pre-university science and technology foundation course (HST), the first of its kind in Spain, which introduces post-Bachillerato students to university studies. This innovative programme encourages study across different disciplines and subjects relating to the humanities, audiovisual creativity, and the technological future in culture, architecture, and healthcare.
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