Reasons for choosing this master programme
- You want to develop a managerial mindset and work in the field of communication;
- You will experience the unique skill of cross-cultural communication in practice;
- You want to broaden your views on new trends and methods of communication;
- You can achieve an accredited master of arts (MA) within one year.
Master International Communication Management
This master offers you a managerial and strategic approach to communication. The communication function in corporate and governmental organisations is becoming more important and more internationally and culturally oriented. So, the communication expert must be better equipped to deal with a more broad, intercultural and often international spectrum of issues and challenges than ever before. The Master International Communication Management aims to bring you a practical and real-world focus to relevant theory and will make the connection between theory and practise. You will be thoroughly prepared to work in the communication field of your choice or enhance your current role in communications.
Why should you choose the full-time Master International Communication Management at The Hague Graduate School?
The Hague is well-known for being the international city of peace and justice. It is the perfect location to experience an international learning environment. The Hague Graduate School – part of The Hague University of Applied Sciences – emphasises the themes internationalisation and world citizenship. As the master is entirely taught in English from a global perspective, all of your assignments and materials will be presented fitting a future international communication expert.
We offer an intercultural innovative learning environment with students, lecturers and alumni from every corner of the world in order for you to build a global network during your study. This means that you can share best practices and learn from your peers on a weekly basis. Everybody brings their own culture and work experience to the classroom, as students and lecturers typically vary in terms of occupation and nationality. Our experienced lecturers who all work or do research in the field bring highly relevant and up to date knowledge to the classroom.
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Do you have the commitment, talent, passion and ambition to join this programme? We seek candidates who will be able to make a unique contribution to the classroom learning experience and fully participate in the mix of ideas, experiences, and cultures. A typical student at our full-time programme is a world citizen. You are committed into moving to the Netherlands for one year and leave your job (temporarily), or perhaps you have just completed your bachelor’s in the Netherlands in International Business or Communication. You have been working at an international company or in a global industry, or perhaps you already call yourself a communication specialist. Your professional language is English. Your minimum level of education is at bachelor’s. You have at least two years of working experience, preferably in marketing & communications, as a press officer, editor or in a managerial role, and you are interested in the topics presented throughout this course such as Crisis Communication or Intercultural Communication. You are ready to develop your professional competencies to a more senior level. You want to get more out of yourself, your job and your organization. This master with an international business perspective will give you all the tools you need in order to succeed.
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- Managing Corporate Communication
- Managing Cross-Cultural Communication
- Communication Research and Methodology
- Managing Internal Communication
- Managing Media Relations
- Brand Management
- Managing Crisis Communication
- Managing Social Media
- Thesis assignment
- Lectures per week: 15 hours
- Self-study per week: 20-25 hours
- Study load per week: 35-40 hours
- Period of total study: 11 months
At The Hague Graduate School we focus on offering you quality education with personal attention in a blended setting. Our education is offered in a mix of online and on-campus lectures and gatherings. For more information about blended education at The Hague Graduate School, please check the extra information on this page.
- Payment in one go: € 19.700
- Payment in terms: € 20.200
- Books: between € 550 and € 750
- Total investment: € 20.250 to € 20.950
Nice to know:
- A scholarship may be applicable. Find more information about scholarships.
- Dutch students are exempt from VAT (btw).
- Your employer can fully offset training costs against gross results and label them as operating expenses.
- Parts of the programme costs can be deductible. For more information, please check: belastingdienst.nl.
- In some cases, it is possible to have a loan from the Dutch government. Please visit the website of the Dienst Uitvoerend Onderwijs for a LiveLongLearningCredit.
These are the requirements for the Fulltime & Part-time English-taught masters:
- Bachelor degree
- Final transcript
- English level test score (IELTS minimum score of 6.0 on every sub score and an overall minimum score of 6.5; or equivalent test)
- 2 years relevant professional work experience
- Mandatory intake interview
- Motivation Statement
- Recommendation letter
- Resumé / Curriculum Vitae
English language requirements
As our international Master programmes are taught entirely in English, candidates must demonstrate a good command of the English language, both spoken and written. You can view the English language requirements in this document.
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When you have successfully completed this master:
- You receive the certificate of Master International Communication Management; you are allowed to use the accredited title Master of Arts;
- You can play a central role within your organisation when it comes to international communication management;
- You are a communication professional and able to give communication advice on strategic and managerial level.
Challenge yourself to develop new skilss
“We create an atmosphere that balances and blends theory and practice. The MICM classroom experience is rich in opportunities for the unique mix of ideas, experiences and perspectives. Throughout the program you will challenge yourself to develop new skills, and apply them to the real world. Group work interaction, individual assignments, research papers, case studies and interactive discussions contribute to this".
Programme Manager Master International Communication Management
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About the School
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