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Master in Multilingual Communication [120.0] - MULT2M

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Retour en début de pageStudy objectives

Upon completion of the Master in Multilingual Communication, students should have:
  • at least "C1" level in listening and reading comprehension and "B2+" in oral, written and interactive skills in both major languages selected;
  • an excellent understanding of the economic, legal, social and political aspects of those countries where the two languages chosen are spoken;
  • a good grasp of the way the business world functions. This is achieved through a mixture of theoretical and practical business courses in a variety of disciplines (management, communication, political science, sociology and European studies). The three-month internship in one of the two modern languages chosen also provides valuable hands-on experience.

Retour en début de pageGeneral presentation of the programme

The Master of Multilingual Business Communication (MULT) offers:
  • Intensive study of two major languages (Dutch, English, French, or German);
  • A range of business courses which provide insight into the working world (economics, communication, political science, management, European studies);
  • A full-time, three-month internship in a company where one of the two major languages chosen is spoken;
  • Optional study of a third language (at introductory, intermediate or advanced level): Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish).

The programme is made up of :
♦ core courses (75 credits);
- one dissertation and accompanying seminar;
- courses on research techniques;
- case studies in the field 'gouvernance et sociétés';
♦ a Professional Focus in Languages for Business Communication (30 credits);
♦ and one option or optional course (15 credits).

Retour en début de pagePositioning of the programme

Complementary masters :
Graduates of the Master of Multilingual Business Communication may be admitted to another master if they receive approval from the academic director of the complementary master in question.
| 8/10/2008 |