The official qualification of Bachelor's degree in Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication (GCAM) at the University of Girona, taught 100% in English, has the aim of training professionals with multifaceted profiles covering specific strategic segments of the audiovisual industry within the framework of new demands.
In the area of the social and juridical sciences it develops theERAM University School of audiovisual, design and new means, as a centre of interdisciplinary studies linked to the audiovisual and multimedia communication.
The School commits itself to the great potential of the audiovisual communication in the creation of new professional profiles, and offers like this an answer to the new emergent professions.
The new means and the current work dynamics are producing new products in the audiovisual and multimedia field. Professional futures will have to be endowed with specific contents with communicative, technical and creative singularity.
Graduates in Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication will be professionals with knowledge of communication who are technical and creative, able to act in the field of audiovisual and multimedia communication, demanding that they consolidate an interdisciplinary mentality due to the diversity of applications requiring the use of technology, knowledge of the means of expression and suitable ethical and aesthetic education.
With the bachelor's degree in Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication you will have attained the necessary skills to dedicate yourself to the professional world of audiovisual communication from the point of view of design and creation. You can also continue your studies with an official master's degree to specialise in a specific field.
Students can complete part of their degree programme abroad through the Erasmus programme, which enables them to carry on their studies whilst undertaking an international exchange with academic value in a European university.
They also have access to grants for placements at universities in Spain and on other continents, thanks to bilateral agreements, the SICUE programme and the expansion of the Erasmus+ Programme.