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Master in Communication,
120 hec

Communication is key in meeting the challenges of a society that is increasingly globalized, digitalized and specialized. This Master’s programme in communication educates skilled professionals who can navigate the intricate dimensions of intercultural, organizational and digital communication as well as manage the communicative interactions between people, organizations and cultures.

About the programme

The Master in Communication programme provides students with an advanced understanding of theories, methods and issues in the field of communication, supporting them in carrying out independent research projects as well as sharpening their practical skills as professional communicators. The three areas of specialization, intercultural communication, organizational communication and digital commu-nication, each prepare students in diverse ways for working in today’s global working environment.

The programme is characterized by interdisciplinarity, a research and practice orientation as well as interculturality. Insights and perspectives from disciplines including, but not limited to media and communication studies, linguistics, organization and management research, informatics, sociology and pedagogy allow students to develop a holistic understanding of communication as a vibrant field of research. Additionally, students will gain insights into current communication issues and the role of digital communication technologies. Rhetoric and argumentation are also central elements of the programme, enabling students to develop their practical communication skills. Problem-based learning approaches and group assignments in an intercultural learning environment strengthen the students’ ability to critically analyze and solve complex communication challenges, fostering their personal development.

The Master's Programme is taught in English and encourages applications from students all over the world.

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