This programme is organized by the UNESCO Chair in Inter-cultural and Inter-religious Exchanges (Faculty of Philosophy) in partnership with the Swiss Institute for Sustainable Management, and the Universities of Fribourg, Hamburg, and Dortmund.
Graduates of the programme are excellently prepared to develop a career in the middle- and top management of international institutions and companies. They are suited for careers in international institutions and organizations, both public and non-governmental, where leadership and management skills are applied in multicultural environments. They can successfully work as managers of cultural organizations, diplomats, (project) managers in the fields of arts, culture, and mass media. The flexibility of the programme also allows them to apply their intercultural management skills in other areas, as the curriculum has been developed in response to the rapidly changing requirements of a complex labour market.
The main target of the UNESCO Chair has been from its very beginning to promote academic relationships within Europe and to support the transfer of Know How. The full involvement of Swiss, German and French professors, alongside the Romanian teaching staff of this Department, fosters that enriching the academic relationship. Furthermore, students of the Intercultural Management MA are offered study opportunities in Swiss, French and German universities or other higher education institutions.
There is no tuition fee for the state-subsidized places. These places are available for EU, EEA and Swiss Confederation nationals
For paying students: 3100 RON / year for Romanian students and for students coming from EU, EEA member states and from the Swiss Confederation II 220 € / month for non-EU nationals
- Cultural Management, Artistic and Business Events Management
- Human Resource Professionals, Project Management
- Intercultural Management and Business Consultants
- Theory of intercultural management
- Contemporary social theories
- Religion and culture in Europe
- European political systems
- Gender studies in European cultures
- Cultural Diplomacy
- History of European culture
- Organizations and organizational theory
- Anthropology of European societies
- Phenomenology of religion: Religious approaches to management
- European cultural legislation
- Research seminar
- International Marketing
- International economic environment
- Strategic management
- Intercultural communication in business
- Knowledge management
- Ethics and Intercultural Negotiation
- Ethics of international relations
- Human resource management in multinational organizations
- Internship: Research activity – elaboration of the master thesis
Admission takes place in July and September.
The call for applications is open to Romanian nationals – BA (or equivalent) graduates -, as well as nationals of EU, EEA member states, Swiss Confederation nationals and non-EU-citizens.
Applicants with previous studies abroad will include a certificate acknowledging their studies abroad/degrees obtained abroad, issued by the specialized department of the Ministry of Education.
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Last updated March 25, 2018