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MA Intercultural Communication and Moderation

Student Testimonials

Benno (alumnus)
“I decided to study Intercultural Communication because the combination of communication plus foreign languages plus interculturality fits in perfectly with what I want to do later in my career. I am especially happy with the intercultural aspects.”

Multilingualism and Intercultural Competence

  • You have completed a BA in economics/business, culture or languages?
  • You want to extend and professionalise your language skills?
  • You want to contribute to better intercultural communication in companies and organisations?

Course Structure
Image: MA Intercultural Communication and Moderation – Course Structure

The MA Intercultural Communication and Moderation offers you the chance to prepare for the challenges of an international career. In small groups and in close contact with your teachers, you will broaden your knowledge and abilities in intercultural exchange. You will take a close look at the difficulties of intercultural interaction and work towards finding appropriate solutions.

After completing the degree you will be a qualified expert for multilingual intercultural communication ready to take on any tasks in international corporate communication.

Your Career Prospects after Graduation

After completion of your degree, which is accredited for entrance into the highest level of civil service in Germany, you can begin your career in an internationally orientated company or organisation, and you lay the foundation for a leadership role in intercultural cooperation. You might work in:

  • International Marketing
  • Global Market Research
  • International Project Management
  • Human Resources
  • Professional Training

Particularly good students can continue on after the MA to complete a doctoral thesis. This is possible in the context of cooperation projects at the University of Applied Languages.

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last updated 15.3.2018