MA Intercultural Business Communication will be of interest to those wishing to work in careers related to, or who have already worked in international business and management contexts. It will also be relevant to those who wish to become more successful in understanding communication or who are cultural specialists in their own professions.
The postgraduate course raises awareness of theories of communication, culture, language and society and their applications in business interactions. The distinctiveness of the programme lies in the focus of the course’s three principal components: emphasis on intercultural and communication theories applied to work-related contexts in International Business; multi-disciplinary pathways; and Research Training.
A minimum of a lower second-class honours degree (or equivalent) in Arts, Social Science, or Business related disciplines.
Applicants able to demonstrate appropriate work-based experience or possessing alternative professional qualifications will be considered on an individual basis. Interviews may be required as part of the admissions process.
Students whose first language is not English are required to pass either the TOEFL (minimum 600-pbt or 250 cbt) OR IELTS (minimum 6.5).
Theory and Practice in Intercultural Business Communication
The Dissertation (Triple module) OR
The Work Placement Project (Triple module)
Option Modules - (Choose 2)
A) Language and Communication
Communication in Human Resource Management
Global Communication Studies
Challenges in Global Development
Intercultural Business Communication in the Digital Age
B) Translation and Interpretation
Theory of Translation
Technical Business Interpreting (German, Arabic, Chinese, Polish)
Option Modules cntd
Management Theory and Practice
Strategy in Action
Accounting and Finance
Strategic Brand Management
E) Public Relations
Applied Communication: Theoretical concepts and principles
Applied Communication Management
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