Top Master of Art Programs in Porto Portugal 2019

Masters degrees, commonly known as MA, are postgraduate degrees lasting at least one year and sometimes two years, they are taught degrees normally requiring some actual research. MA is the most common name for a Masters degree and is often used.

Porto is the second most populous city in Portugal after Lisbon with a population of about 1.3 million persons. The University of Porto is the top university in Portugal as it serves students from all over Europe and the world in general. There are many other technical colleges in Porto too.

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Intercultural Studies for Business

Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto
Campus October 2019 Portugal Porto

The MA program in Intercultural Studies for Business opens up new international horizons for students. The course has been approved unconditionally for 6 years by the national agency for accreditation A3Es. With a highly specialized teaching staff, the MA offers innovative courses such as Chinese (Mandarin) and Arabic Languages and Cultures for Business, Culture, and Development, Intercultural Economic Relations, Entrepreneurship in Culture, Intercultural Communication Technologies, as well as English, French, Spanish, and German Cultures for Business. The MA is fully taught in English, thus allowing for increased collaboration and international mobility. Students may opt for a double degree, in combination with the Masters in Languages and Intercultural Management of the Université d'Artois, France. The course provides internships with Incubit – Business Consulting & Entrepreneurship, the High Commissioner for Migrations, the National Association of Women Entrepreneurs, Vida Económica Publishing Group, and several other European partners. This MA is part of the Higher Education Network for Intercultural Mediation. Graduates will also be able to continue their studies at a Ph.D. level at the Universities of Vigo and Santiago de Compostela, due to protocols signed with these prestigious Spanish universities.