"International Business Communication" is a course for people with creativity, organizational talent, joy and talent for dealing with people - and especially with interest in other countries and cultures.
The curriculum combines several foreign languages, intercultural communication, marketing, business know-how and teamwork in order to prepare graduates / inside to its international activities.
The course lasts a total of 3 years, and is divided into 2 study sections, which build on each:
The first 2 years (Level 1 and Level 2) studies take place in Freiburg.
In addition to English, you will learn two more languages - French and Spanish. Depending on previous knowledge and are classified in French and Spanish in the appropriate learning group, beginners lessons are possible.
Upon successful completion of this 2-year study stage in Freiburg, you receive the certificate "Higher International Diploma (International Business Communication)".
After the first two years of study of the change takes place after England at the University of Central Lancashire in the campus in the city of Preston (Level 3 or 3rd year).
The previous intensive English instruction and subject teaching in English will allow you to follow the whole courses at the University of Central Lancashire in English.
After the first two years in Freiburg and before the last year of study in Preston / England you have the possibility of staying one or two semesters at one of the partner universities in Spain or France within the Erasmus program. This stay organized the university in England for you.
Employment and career opportunities
Graduates/inside of the study program "International Business Communication" work later i.a. in these areas:
- mergers, acquisitions and investments by companies at the international level
- in Public Relations
- as a speaker / in companies and organizations
- in the personnel department of international companies
- in Journalism (press and television)
- with NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations)
- u to the European Union institutions. a. in Brussels and Strasbourg