Master's degree in Gastronomic Journalism and Communication
NEXT EDITION: OCTOBER 2024
Master the keys of gastronomic communication.
Form is as crucial as content in communication. It's a malleable tool that must adapt to the context, medium, and sender. In the gastronomic environment, the demand for professionals with expertise in specialized communication is continually growing. The recent years have witnessed a significant surge in gastronomy, creating an increasing need for specialists in gastronomic communication strategies, journalism, digital media, and culinary projects. Our Master's in Gastronomic Journalism and Communication focuses on training experts in this field. Here, students acquire skills ranging from design and production to promoting content related to gastronomy in a global and contemporary context.
Start Date: October 2024
Number of Credits: 60 ECTS
Part-Time On-Site Format
Duration: 10 months in total
6 months of online training (October 2024 to May 2025)
1 month of immersive stay (May to June 2025)
3 months of internships (June to September 2025)
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 18:00 to 20:00h (CEST)
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Master's Degree awarded by MONDRAGON UNIBERTSITATEA and delivered by the Faculty of Gastronomic Sciences at Basque Culinary Center
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Understanding the industry from all angles and developing a critical and independent perspective with a strategic and global approach.
Discovering the reality of the industry through the experiences of professionals from leading media outlets.
Building a network of contacts with influential professionals in the field.
Entering the job market through internships tailored to the strengths and expectations of each student.
Applying the acquired knowledge through interactive activities, workshops, and other experiences during the one-month immersive program at Basque Culinary Center.
We understand that professional opportunities can vary based on geographical location and individual preferences. However, with this program, participants can take on roles and functions in the following positions and fields:
Content writer, editor, and producer for gastronomic websites, magazines, newspapers, radio, television, specialized publishers, digital media, and more.
Entrepreneur in personal journalistic projects (from blogs to newsletters), including the creation of new media or gastronomic content projects.
Editor/food writer for gastronomy-related media and books.
Communication and marketing manager for restaurants and hospitality groups.
Project manager for gastronomic communication in specialized agencies, events, and public institutions promoting gastronomy as an economic development driver.
Curator/organizer of culinary congresses, fairs, and international symposiums.
Communication manager in agencies specialized in gastronomic communication, specializing in event management within the culinary sector (PR, marketing, tourism, events, and advertising).