AbstractThe experience gained during the last decades by the studies of Communication in the English-, Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking universities has had three clear consequences: a progressive incorporation of these studies by most of the higher education centers of the main countries in the world, with different programs and through very different routes; an increase in the number of research works in this sector; and an increasing interest in adapting the training to the new profiles that have appeared in the different media. The efforts made in these years in Brazil, Spain and Portugal in this field show, as we will try to present in this work resulting from a comparative study of the three cases with emphasis on the last ten years, some differences, several coincidences and a shared objective: initiatives to improve the training plans with higher quality projects.
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