Master of Arts in Intercultural Communication
EUR 2,209 / per year *
Earliest start date
* EU/EEA, Surinam or Swiss students; €17,500: International students
Facilitate Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in International Contexts
The Intercultural Communication Master’s program teaches you how to approach and promote linguistic and cultural diversity in various international contexts. The interdisciplinary and multilingual program will equip you with the tools to apply theory to international practice. After graduation, your skills as a multilingual and intercultural expert will contribute to mutual understanding within Europe or abroad and to the strong worldwide relationships that are so important in our era of globalization.
Language-Specific and Multilingual Programme
Intercultural Communication is an interdisciplinary program of the Department of Languages, Literature, and Communication. You can therefore complete the study program in a language-specific way and acquire high-quality competencies in a foreign language and the associated culture. But you can also opt for a multilingual program, in which you analyze a diversity of communication.
Over the course of one year, this Master’s program will prepare you for an international career. Through rigorous interdisciplinary methods, you will gain experience in communication from linguistic, communicative, cultural, anthropological, and management perspectives. You will learn to put knowledge into practice during your compulsory internship. Many internship options involve a strong focus on analyzing communication products- and processes in international organizations and contexts.
Improve your Professional Opportunities in the International Communication Sector
Whether you plan to take a sabbatical from work or are an independent professional seeking to broaden your opportunities in internationalization, this Master offers you a number of possibilities. This program will increase your employability and enrich your résumé. You can also enroll in individual courses.