Strategic Communication and Leadership

Best Masters in Communication by Eduniversal


Admissions Office - Masters

Phone: (+351) 217 214 281

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Applications for 2022/2023

Early Bird: February 1 to March 18
1st Phase: April 5 to May 6
2nd Phase: May 23 to June 29


Portuguese and/or English


Group 1 (English), from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Group 2 (Portuguese), from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Program Description

The Master’s Degree in Communications Studies program correspondingly ensures the learning of a broad set of competences and develop skills that enable the student integration into job markets increasingly demand professionals capable of responding effectively to the new demands for content production and the management of internal and/or external information.

In order to best deepen their knowledge, students become familiarised with the emerging problems and challenges posed by the extensive penetration of new media and communication technologies in today’s societies as well as the resulting new methods and instruments.

This Master’s program is renowned for the high employability rate of its students. This stems from its combination of a solid theoretical training and the application of knowledge to concrete cases in order to boost the autonomy of students in terms of the development of professional projects as well as scientific research.


Professional Opportunities

The professional opportunities arising out of the major Strategic Communication and Leadership include the following:

  • Business relations with the media and the market in general;
  • Internal communication;
  • Formal or informal leadership functions in professional and social contexts.


Admissions Office - Masters

Phone: (+351) 217 214 281


António Palha

"(...) In only a few months, I have noticed that the journey is already becoming one of great personal and professional growth. It has been enriching, for the content that is conveyed by the lecturers, and for the students who share the classroom with me. (...)"