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A bachelor programme begins with a one year basic section of interdisciplinary studies.
The last two years you will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

Cultural Encounters (int)

The bachelor subject Cultural Encounters focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged.

How to study Cultural Encounters (int):

  • Intro to Business Studies (int)

    The bachelor subject Business Studies provides you with insight into important issues in business economics. This is primarily achieved through studies grounded in theory and analysis.

    More about Business Studies (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Cultural Encounters (int) + Business Studies (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Cultural Encounters (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

     

    Admission requirements for Business Studies (int)
    • Mathematics at Danish B-level

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to Communication Studies (int)

    In the bachelor subject Communication Studies you learn to Identify relevant communication problems, devise a communication plan, produce a communication product and address different approaches to audience target groups.

    More about Communication Studies (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Cultural Encounters (int) + Communication Studies (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Cultural Encounters (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

     

    Admission requirements for Communication Studies (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to International Studies (int)

    The bachelor subject International Studies focuses on the causes, consequenses and potential solutions to global conflicts and problems. You will acquire an understanding of the political economy and sociological aspects of international development, international politics and the European Union.

    More about International Studies (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Cultural Encounters (int) + International Studies (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Cultural Encounters (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

     

    Admission requirements for International Studies (int)
    • Mathematics at Danish B-level

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.

  • Intro to Social Psychology of Everyday Life (int)

    Social Psychology of Everyday Life focuses on social psychology in a global context. It deals with the questions of how humans think and react, why humans think and act as they do, and how they interact with culture and society through their actions.

    More about Social Psychology of Everyday Life (int)

    How the programme is structured

    A Bachelor in Cultural Encounters (int) + Social Psychology of Everyday Life (int) is part of an overall bachelor programme. You can choose between:

    First year of studies

    You will study the basic section of your programme. You will learn important aspects of disciplines relevant to your main academic area.

    Second and third year of studies

    You will specialise in one or two bachelor subjects.

    When you combine two subjects, your time of studies will be divided equally among the two. If you study a single subject bachelor, your second and third year of studies will be spent on a single subject.

    Admission requirements

    Admission requirements for Cultural Encounters (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

     

    Admission requirements for Social Psychology of Everyday Life (int)
    • No specific admission requirements

    Please notice: You must meet the admission requirements of the entire bachelor's programme which you are applying for, not just the admission requirements of the subject.

    Admission requirements for the Bachelor's degree

    Each bachelor programme has specific admission requirements. Find the requirements at the programmes' pages.