I study at Rey Juan Carlos University, I am in my third year of my degree, I only have to do my internship next year and the TFG. I consider my degree to be very complete since I have studied both analytical and creative marketing, seeing how the logistics and distribution of a company work up to CRM and customer acquisition and loyalty techniques. I have carried out projects to create products, campaigns, new services, etc. So in general I can say that my degree is quite practical apart from being theoretical.
If I had to say something that I didn’t like about my university, it’s above all that it is public, they don’t pay much attention to the students, you can hardly complain or ask why since they are so many students, they don’t pay attention.
However, I recommend that other students take my degree, since I consider that in the academic field they are very professional, the basis of the degree is very complete and you end up very prepared for the world of work.