The Master’s program in Intercultural Communication is a joint program that incorporates expertise from German, English, French, Italian, Dutch and Spanish researchers and lecturers. You can choose your own study path in the form of a language-specific program that includes a high level of second/international language training in one of the languages mentioned above. Alternatively, you can pursue a non-language-specific multilingual program, in which you analyse communication processes within different languages and cultures. All tracks are open to international students who want to increase their intercultural and multilingual competencies in an international context. Read more about the different tracks.
IMPROVE YOUR PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION SECTOR
Communications professionals can improve their career options and promotion opportunities by following the Master’s program in Intercultural Communication. Whether you plan to take a sabbatical from work or are an independent professional seeking to broaden your opportunities in internationalisation, this Master offers you a number of possibilities. This program will increase your employability and enrich your CV. You can also enrol in individual courses as time permits.