Master-D, the University of Zaragoza and the Association of media and advertising agencies of Aragon have signed a collaboration agreement which will allow students that complete the Master in business communication and advertising organized by these two entities perform labor practices on Master-D. Moreover, thanks to the agreement the Master students will participate in sessions that will be taught in its facilities in order to know its working system in situ by objectives, company culture, and how it develops the same communication. Master in business and advertising communication, organized by the University of Zaragoza and the Association of media and advertising agencies, Aragon is currently developing its seventh promotion. It is a degree of the University of Zaragoza which combines theoretical training (completed with computer and audiovisual material) and practical training through the realization of labor practices in areas of communication.
To enable these practices are held partnerships with companies and Zaragoza entities that have areas of marketing or communication, which include Master-D. Line Plan Bologna Manuel Fandos, responsible for external relations of Master-D, emphasizes that the signed agreement deepens in compliance with one of the main mandates of the Bologna plan, as it is the combination of theoretical and practical knowledge that bring post-universitarias and university qualifications to labour market. In addition, Fandos says: enterprises have one requirement of professionals who join their theoretical knowledge an experience and an approach to real problems growing. The collaboration agreement has been signed by Yolanda pole round, Professor of marketing and research of markets of the University of Zaragoza, by Ignacio Monientes Aznar, President of AMAPa and by Jesus Gomez Laguna, Director General of Master-D. Original author and source of the article.
When we hope to find a job, the first thing che we have to do is submit a good c.v. The most important thing is to meet the requirements that companies are looking for. It is important to take into account that should make a curriculum vitae for each interview, because each company expects different requirements. Secondly, we must think that your CV is your business card. You have to submit the best card to convince who comes to the selection of staff that you’re the person more suitable. Of the strengths of your biography, your Curriculum Vitae should highlight those who are in perfect alignment with the role that you play in the company, but without lying. With a perfect C.V.
you will be able seek employment also on the internet. The web is full of sites e.g. to find work in Barcelona or in other Spanish cities. In general you should write according to the European model of C.V. You can find it on many dedicated sites or sites of job announcements.
Must be divided into 4 main parts: personal information: name and surname, date of birth, nationality, address, telephone number, email address. Work experience (start with the most recent and go separately by adding the same information for each occupied position): for each employment write the date, the name and address of employer, type of company or sector, the post or busy cargo and main activities and responsibilities. Education and training: (start with the most recent and go apart adding the same information for each made course): for each course write the date, the name and the type of organization that has given education or training, the main subjects or occupational capacities treated, the title of the retrieved classification and the level attained in a national classification. Personal skills and competences: begins with the languages, as you know and you talk, mother-tongue that you know meno indicating the level according to the European classification of reading, writing and oral expression. Then you have to write your abilities and social skills, organisational, technical and artistic. I hope that this guide would be useful for your next job interview.