Why study Communications?
We are in an era of communication, a time in which people are interconnected and sometimes even over-informed, and not always by communication professionals. These professionals must be trained to have a strategic vision and technical capacity, so that they can face the new future challenges for the communication media, the advertising industry and organizations in general at the present time.
The structure and contents of the degree prepare versatile professionals to deal with the creation of informative contents in all the media, both classic as well as digital, as well as to create persuasive contents (publicity and marketing). This double aspect of communication, focused from the perspective of the needs of current communication, multiplies the job prospects of graduates in Communications from Loyola University.
This eminently practical degree allows students to apply their theoretical knowledge to the real world of the labor market from the very first year of their studies, so that they acquire real experience right from the outset of their training.