Masters Programs in Intercultural studies
Compare 8 Masters Programs in Intercultural studies
Intercultural studies is defined as a study of different cultures with a goal of advancing knowledge regarding different people and their cultures. Emphasis is put on the cultures that have more influence on intercultural relations and that are more likely to affect international relations. This program has been in existence for quite some time, dating back to before the World War II. Enrolling for a masters program in intercultural studies seeks to help a student understand the differences among people, the cause of misconceptions among people, the stereotypes that have been created by people over generations and the best way to deal with these issues in the society. With the world fast becoming a global village, with air transport, the internet, the media and other advancements in technology pushing the agenda of breaking barriers, movement between different regions has never been easier. Interdependencies between states have also grown. Enrolling for a masters program in intercultural studies is one of the best solutions to handle the issue at hand; seeking to understand the differences between the various communities in the world and how to work through the various differences for the common good of mankind. The masters program offers the student an opportunity to learn about world relations and the diversification among the world cultures and people. As a student, one gets a chance to learn, interact with people from different regions and cultures and try to understand them. With world peace being an elusive dream, there is no better way to start than to enroll for a masters degree in intercultural studies.
8 Results in Intercultural studies
The purpose of the master's program: preparation of highly qualified specialists in the field of linguistics and intercultural communication (with a focus on the Barents
The Master's Degree in Contemporary International Migration caters to the need for skilled professionals in different areas related to migration, involves many different areas, and requires specific and complex preparation and training.
The Master Expert in Social Education and Intercultural Mediation consists of two titles in a single accreditation. These titles are targeted towards two complementary areas
The CLE Master Course seeks to provide a high-quality preparation reflecting the multicultural aspects of Europe. The CLE Master Course is a two-year full-time academic program (120 ECTS) and is taken in 2 or 3 out of 8 prestigious EU and NON-EU universities that participate in the Consortium.
The subject of the Academic Master programme “Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts” is the study of multilingualism and multiculturalism and the issues raised by these themes in a society which is today characterized more and more by mobility, migration and diversity.
The master program in sociology, specialization "Intercultural mediation" is offered by the Institute of Sociology at the University of Wroclaw. The Institute of Sociology was founded in 1988. It is the oldest research and educational center in Wrocław offering BA and MA programmes in sociology based on highly qualified staff. The Institute of Sociology employs 52 academic teachers, including 40 assistant professors and 12 associate professors and full professors. The Institute cooperates with a range of national and international academic partners.
In today’s world, the culture of any country or language area must be understood in the perspective of globalisation. As a student of Intercultural Studies, this understanding forms the basis of your studies of virtually all cultural phenomena and historical circumstances.
The Master of Advanced Studies in Intercultural Communication (MIC) is a part-time postgraduate program for professionals engaged in managing operational or strategic situations in a multicultural context and in managing multicultural human resources.