What is intercultural management and why is intercultural management so important?
In this focus you will not only get to know the manifold answers to these questions, you will also learn to operate safely on the international stage and to contribute to a world without prejudices.
Specialization Intercultural Management
A weekend in London, a backpack trip through Southern Europe, three months of voluntary work in Colombia, a walk in the city or a conversation with fellow students - in all these situations we notice: What separates us and perhaps seems strange to us is also what enriches us and what we can learn from each other.
In our focus on intercultural management, we build bridges between cultures and learn to unleash the constructive potential of globalization. We deal with the constitution of societies and their influence on communication processes in companies and organizations. We question values and apply our knowledge time and again to practical management issues: How do I develop transcultural marketing strategies? How do I promote the intercultural competence of my employees? When is an idea that works well here, ripe for the international market?
We can not only apply our knowledge during our studies but also to many practical projects at home and abroad. Thanks to the skills acquired here, we will later be able to assume responsibility in international companies, NGOs or institutions.
The specialization for all those who
- would like to move and be a part of other cultures
- want to connect people with each other
- would like to work in an international environment
Intercultural management is your thing? Then International Business is your study.
The world can also be understood as a marketplace. But who determines the rules according to which games are played? Who are the players and how is everything connected? In the International Business course, you will look behind the scenes of the business world and take the best of all perspectives - your very own personal one. Whether you are a sustainable, communicative or intercultural student, as in your chosen specialization Intercultural Management: By setting a focus, you determine which direction your International Business studies take.
This course of study starts every winter semester in September.
Head of Degree Program
Insight into the study program
All at a glance
EU: 1. Sep., non-EU: 15. Jul. or later, depending on the visa process of your home country
Study program start
End of September
790 € / month
English + other language courses
Company projects, practical and semester abroad
On Mondays to Fridays (as well as block seminars)
Program structure of International Business course
Every module in the International Business course at the Karlshochschule opens up a new and exciting world for me. If I look at the module overview, I discover at the same time how the contents of my degree course are sensibly linked together with the specialization to be chosen and how International Business thus opens up to me as a whole:
Re-Thinking Management: Culture, Society & Ethics
Introduction to Management
Introduction to Scientific Research Methods
English / German as a Foreign Language 1.1
International Business Ventures
Basic Principles in Strategic Management
English / German as a Foreign Language 1.2
Global Value Supply Chains
Introductory Company Project
Resources: Financial Resources, Human Resources, Organization
Foreign Language 2.1
International & Sustainable Finance
Advanced Company Project
Foreign Language 2.2
Current Issues International Business
Current Issues in ReThinking Management
Change & Innovation
Area Studies or Language (Foreign Language 2.3 or Host Language)
Bachelor Thesis including its defense
- Practical Experience
- Exchange Semester
- Personal Development
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