MA in Business, Language and Culture (negot)

University of Southern Denmark    Masters programmes

Full time September, February MA 2 Years Full Time
Business & Management (5) Communication & Media Studies (7) Languages, Literature & Culture (21) Politics & Government (30)

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Are you ready to become an international business expert? The MA in Business, Language and Culture (negot) programme is designed for graduates who want to excel in the global business world. You'll gain a deep understanding of economics, communication, and culture, equipping you to make key decisions in international organizations. With five different profiles to choose from, you can tailor your studies to your interests, whether it's international relations, human resource management, or global marketing. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to specialize in either English or German. Don't miss out on this chance to enhance your career prospects and broaden your horizons.

About the course

International Multi-Expert in Economics, Languages and Culture

The increasingly global character of business and politics requires graduates who can communicate effectively across languages and cultures.

This programme gives you a profound knowledge of economics, communication and culture that enables you to be a key decision-maker in global organisations.

The programme combines economics, marketing and management with language, culture and communication.

You will be qualified to be an expert in international business, negotiation and intercultural communication.

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Entry Requirements

You are qualified for admission if you hold a Bachelor's degree in one of the following subject areas:

Marketing (e.g. Marketing, Consumer behaviour, Business-to-business)
Business Economics and Management (e.g. Management, Statistics, Corporate law, Financing)
Economics (e.g. Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economics)
Culture (e.g. Cultural theory, anthropology, sociology)
Communication (e.g. Negotiation skills, intercultural communication)
English or German language (e.g. Linguistics, grammar)

The programme is taught in English. Therefore, you are required to submit proof of your proficiency in English unless your Bachelor's gives you a legal claim for admission.

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