Altea campus receives prestigious University of Alicante post graduate programme

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ALICANTE UNIVERSITY has chosen an Altea campus for next year’s post graduate programme in communication, language and media studies.

An elite team of 28 specialist lecturers in areas of audiovisual communication, music, language, performing arts, literature and journalism have been chosen by the University of Alicante to teach in Altea for the 2017/18 year.

The new, triple degree course will be studied in the Enric Valor chair of the Cultural Centre Gadea in the La Olla area of the town.

Enrollment for the new degree course is available until September 30 and students who do choose the course will receive tuition from some famous Spanish names within their fields, including Eugeni Alemany (actor and presenter), Mamen Asencio (RNE), Enric Balaguer (UA), Joan Borja (UA), Carles Cano Veronica Cantó (AVL), Juli Capilla (writer and editor), Ali Castelló (music and ethnopoeetologist), Mercè Climent (writer and editor), Teodor Crespo (historian).

Plus, Dari Escandell (UA), Almudena Francés , Francesc Gisbert (writer and cultural creator), Víctor G. Labrado (writer), Miquel González (director of “Alicante Plaza”), Anna Frances (teaching consultant), M. Jesús Francés (etnopoetóloga), Amàlia Garrigós Josep Gregori (Bromera), Manel Lillo (journalist of “The Temps”), Pepa López (actress), Joan Vicent Martín (historian and cultural creator)Dani Miquel (musician and singer), Josep Vicent (ADDA director, composer and conductor), Ricard Peris (Andana), Baltasar Ripoll (UA), Xavi Sarrià (auhor, composer and singer) and Vicent Vidal (UA).

Introducing the course, councillor for culture, Diego Zaragozi spoke of the privileged position of the location where the students will learn

“It is strategically located on the very shore of the sea, just in front of the bay and the island of La Olla de Altea, with its 25,600 m2 of public gardens, it is one of the most enclaves Privileged of the Valencian coast, and in the centre of this space, the Villa Gadea palace.”

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