In 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.
How to study Communication Studies (int):
With thesis in Communication Studies (int):
The master’s programme Communication Studies + Business Studies will qualify you to work with communication in organisations that operate across borders and nationalities, creating high demand for both external and internal communication.
The master programme Communication Studies + Cultural Encounters provides a broad basis to engage with the planning and development of communication material and communicative processes for a variety of purposes: cross-national and cross-cultural collaborations, newsmaking and the dissemination of culture, as well as for the development of organisations and employees.
The master’s programme in Communication Studies + Global Studies enables you to not only grasp and understand the increasing complexity of the world, but also to communicate this knowledge efficiently to different target groups.
The master programme Computer Science + Communication Studies will qualify you to work with software development and acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of strategic communication in a professional and international or inter-cultural context for various target groups.
The master programme Cultural Encounters + Communication Studies qualifies you to work with and in multilingual and multicultural contexts and in planning, preparing and evaluating strategic communication.
The master’s programme in Global Studies + Communication Studies enables you to not only grasp and understand the increasing complexity of the world, but also to communicate this knowledge efficiently to different target groups.
The master’s programme in International Development Studies + Communication Studies gives you theoretical and practical knowledge of the conditions for the dissemination of academic information to various target groups, such as academic communication on developing countries.