The EU is Chinas biggest trade partner, and both Danish and other European enterprises are present in China. The potential is huge, and experts indicate that we have far from finished with China. As a matter of fact we have only just begun.
Danish and international firms look for employees with skills both in business economics and Chinese language and culture. With a MA in Business, Language and Culture (Chinese) you will have the qualifications required by many Danish and international enterprises that work in China or trade with the Chinese from Denmark or other countries.
50% of the courses of the MA programme offered by University of Southern Denmark lie within the disciplines Chinese culture, society, economy, and communication and language skills in Chinese. Another 50% of the courses lie within the business administration field with emphasis on business organization and marketing in relation to the international market.
Apart from a number of compulsory courses in the two main areas listed up above, you will get the opportunity to shape your academic profile through electives in both areas. You can either take these electives in Sønderborg or during a study stay in China, or you can replace them by reports from internships in China.
Individual profiling is also possible in the final thesis: You choose the topic yourself, and can draw in a partnership with a company.
As a cand. negot. in Business, Language and Culture (Chinese), you get a good basis for employment in international companies and organizations, especially on the booming Chinese market. You will obtain expert knowledge of manoeuvering in the Chinese market, and you will be able to fulfill job functions such as:
Humanities (Chinese Studies):
Social science subjects (business administration):
Electives (30 ECTS) of which at least 10 ECTS within the Humanities and at least 10 ECTS within Social Sciences. One of the courses within the Humanities must be in Chinese and be related to the Chinese speaking area.
You only need to take one of these language tests:
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You can also apply if you hold a similar degree including a minimum of 10 ECTS within each of the following subject areas:
If your degree does not fulfill the entry requirements, the study board will decide whether you can follow one or more supplementary courses.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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