- Open House
- Sample lectures
Degree Program Structure
Karlshochschule opens up a whole new, exciting world with each module in the Intercultural Management and Communication study program. When I look at the module overview, I discover at the same time how the contents of my studies are logically interconnected, thereby revealing Intercultural Management and Communication to me as an overarching whole.
Introduction to Management and its Quantitative Methods
Introduction to Scientific Research Methods
English/German as a Foreign Language 1
Basic Principles in Strategic Management
English/German as a Foreign Language 2
Intercultural Business Communication
Introductory Company Project
Foreign Language 2.1
International Collaboration Management
Intercultural Communicative Competence
Advanced Company Project
Foreign Language 2.2
International Business Management
Change & Innovation
Bachelor Thesis including its Defense
Hauke Pflüger, Intercultural Management and Communication
"For me, the most interesting aspect of Karlshochschule is the variety of outlooks I am shown for each issue or culture. It really is true that the focus is on the person here. I learn to deal with human variety and see the world through different eyes. Here we never cease to enjoy discovering new things."
Annika Storck, Intercultural Management and Communication
"I am studying Intercultural Management and Communication because I am very interested in other cultures and countries. Later I would like to work abroad. It is interesting to see how people from different parts of the world "tick" and live.
And then to discover how these differences affect intercultural cooperation in everyday business life! Of course, we also learn solutions to deal with this. Learning and speaking foreign languages is great fun – whether Spanish, Chinese or French. The diverse spectrum of languages on offer here at Karlshochschule will open up a wide range of options to me later on.
I am also particularly looking forward to the fifth semester: in our degree course we have to spend this time abroad. So I'm sure I'll gain even more intercultural experience then!"