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Intercultural Business Communication
master (2nd Bologna Cycle)
2 years (120 ECTS)
Master in Intercultural Management
(in Slovenian: magister / magistrica medkulturnega managementa)
The programme consists of 13 compulsory units and 2 electives. From the three languages offered (English, French, Arabic), the candidates choose two. They also choose two elective courses (one from 3 courses offered by EMUNI and another one from courses offered by our partners).
1st YEARIntercultural Negotiations
8 ECTSIntercultural relations of the country language A Intercultural relations of the country language B Intercultural Business Communication One choice among:
- History of socio-economic global processes
- Cultural Anthropology
- Gender History
2nd YEARInternationalization Strategies Computer Abilities for Business / Practical Training
2 ECTSOptional elective course2
The application period is between 1 March and 18 September 2015.
The accepted candidates will be requested to enrol starting from 21 August onwards. The deadline for enrolment is 30 September 2015.
If the number of accepted candidates is lower than the number of offered enrolment places, EMUNI University may ask new candidates to enrol with an additional enrolment period. In case the number of enrolment places is limited, the candidates will be selected on the basis of the rules in case of limited enrolment.
Tuition fee: 6.000 EUR per year (excluding the cost of travel and accommodation)
Cost in Slovenia: Accommodation costs are approximately 400 EUR/month; price per meal is around 5 EUR. A list of possible accommodation options will be available at the EMUNI website.
To register as a student at the second level of the study programme Intercultural Business Communication the students have to fulfil the following requirements:
- candidates must have the Bachelor degree or equivalent,
- a high knowledge of two foreign languages is required (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR, level C1 for the following languages: English1, 2, French2, and level B1 for Arabic2 and Italian3) and
- a basic knowledge of economic and business topics (at least 16 ECTS points in business courses, such as management and marketing).
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