Graduates, and Diploma holders who are interested in pursuing a professional career in marketing and specialised communications. Professionals from food and wine-related companies.
Enrolment application via website, sending of the documents and formalisation of admission at the University.
From October to February. Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 17:30 to 21:30. Dissertation deadline: March
This postgraduate aims to respond to the needs of companies in the Food and Wine industry
On the whole, there has been an explosion of interest in Food and Wine across Europe in recent years, and just two decades ago it would have been difficult to predict just how much of a media phenomenon it would become. Given this surge in the popularity of food and wine as leisure activities, economic initiatives related to this sector have snowballed, and this sector has literally taken off both in the media and the retail environment. This new economic dimension has encouraged companies within the sector to position their product offering, in order to attract the interest of new national and international markets
As a result, this postgraduate aims to respond to the needs of companies in the Food and Wine industry, which require highly skilled information managers for their activities and products, as well as media professionals and students who may wish to specialise in this future area.
Programme oriented to the professional environment in a growing sector such as the food and wine communication field.
Programme designed to facilitate the access to active professionals.
Programme developed with a close relationship with important companies of the sector, which are actively involved with the formation of this postgraduate.
Faculty composed by well-known experts and professionals chosen by their renowned prestige and specialisation.
The average work placement rate is 95% in the postgraduate studies of the CEU.
The Library Service is conceived as a support unit for study and research. Its most important objective is to meet the educative and scientific demands. It has convenient opening hours, including weekends, with the best computer equipment. In addition, the UAO CEU offers to all the University community a vast digital storage, with free access to its publications from its docent, research or institutional activities carried out by teachers, students or former students from the University.
Anna Riera. Graduate in Journalism and Advertising and Public Relations at the Ramon Llull University in Barcelona. Former marketing manager at the specialist agency Grup GRSR (Tast a les Rambles, San Sebastián Gastronomika...). Coordinator of the supplement Gourmets of El Periódico de Catalunya since 2004. She worked positioning brands through communication, public relations and online marketing campaigns in Spain, Argentina, Switzerland, for clients such as Grupo Codorniu, Grupo Nestlé, Cocacola, Illy, Cervezas Damm, Quesos de Suiza, Silestone and Nespresso.
This postgraduate qualifies for the advanced journalistic practice in general-interest and specialised media, as well as for communication management, internal and external, in companies and establishment linked to both sectors.
The Universitat Abat Oliba CEU has a close relationship with important leader businesses of the sector, which actively collaborate on the postgraduate degree in Food and Wine Communication, by complementing training with the student's access to the professional world. These collaborations with companies and entities mean a continuous updating of the postgraduate's degree study plan.
Tuition fees correspond, solely and exclusively, to the provision of teaching as part of the programme enrolled on, and this is the only service offered in exchange for the payment of those fees. By enrolling, the student accepts that decisions made by the competent authorities may, directly or indirectly, render it necessary to carry out teaching, tutoring, work placements or assessment tests either in person or via distance learning.
The student accepts that they remain obliged to pay any such fees in full even if, for reasons beyond the control of the University, some of the educational activities included in the degree cannot be carried out as initially provided for in the course guides at the beginning of the academic year. If restrictions are part in place, the University will provide the student with a guarantee that the activity will be rescheduled when possible, taking into consideration the interests of the student and any other applicable academic criteria.
Once you have formalised reservation of your place, the remaining amount can be paid in the following ways:
A one-off payment entitles you to a discount of 5 % of the tuition fees.
In three instalments per year.
10 instalments with special 0% interest financing. This also entitles students to a discount of 5% on tuition fees.
With Banco Santander, Caixabank, BBVA and Banc Sabadell. This also entitles you to a 5% discount on fees.
Cancelling your place after reservation: Students have until 30 June to cancel their reserved place. This way, you can book your place now and be free to cancel if your circumstances change*
*Deadline for cancelling subject to changes in the official enrolment calendar
Postgraduate and University Extension
Bellesguard, 30. 08022 Barcelona
Tel. +34 93 253 72 03
Candidates for the Postgraduate Degree in Marketing and Gastronomic and Oenological Communication must have a Spanish degree or advanced course (general degree, degree, honours degree, or engineering degree) or a foreign degree (equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in the Anglo-Saxon system) or advanced professional training, that includes professional experience in the sector.
This profile includes:
This postgraduate aims to train students to become advanced and self-sufficient professionals in managing food and wine communication. It also teaches them how to be efficient when conveying promotional and informative messages, in order to obtain good results both in terms of business and notoriety in the media.
It equally aims to provide students with the skills in order to be able to manage information targeted for specialised audiences within the sector, as well as for the general public, on both a national and international level.