Your linguistic and document design skills can be used to create all kinds of documents for companies or organizations, e.g. brochures, posters, user manuals.
A Master in Language and Communication Design prepares you to work in international and intercultural PR, organizational and institutional communication, technical documentation and product development. You are also qualified to pursue an academic career. This program is offered in English which means that the teaching language for general and methodology courses is English. Courses in language specific topics are offered in the language you specialize in.
MA in International Business Communication and Communication Design from University of Southern Denmark qualifies you for performing a variety of different advanced communication tasks in your foreign language (English, German, or Danish).
Graduates of the MA in International Business Communication and Communication Design are qualified to carry out a broad range of communication tasks in companies and organisations. Graduates have in-depth analytical and practical knowledge of document and interaction design principles and processed enabling them to analyse and produce texts that form part of internal and external organisational communication and to contribute to optimising user-oriented design and communicative interaction between people and technology. Their expertise in communication and their specialisation in a foreign language (Danish, German, English) allows graduates further to prepare and manage international contacts and to function as linguistic and cultural advisers and communicators, and to establish and maintain relations to national and international media.
This 2-year graduate programme is for students with a linguistic background in English, German, or Danish and a keen interest in communication in intercultural and technical environments. The programme consists of the 3 main components:
which are complemented by electives of your choice, offering you the highest degree of individual specialization.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
If your degree does not fulfill the entry requirements, the study board will decide whether you can follow one or more supplementary courses.
The language requirements differ depending on the applied foreign language.
If you apply for the programme with English as a foreign language, you must prove a proficiency in English equivalent to level B in a Danish high school.
If you apply for the programme with German or Danish as a foreign language, you also need a proficiency in English equivalent to a B-level since the programme is taught in English. However, since translation tasks are a part of these programmes, it is important that you possess further qualifications in either English, Danish or German.
Therefore, if you apply for the programme with German as a foreign language, you must prove:
If you apply for the programme with Danish as a foreign language, you must prove:
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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