Department of International Business Communication
Department of Management, Society and Communication
From 1 January 2017, the Department of International Business Communication has merged with the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management into the new Department of Management, Society and Communication (MSC).
Research and teaching:
Location of the new department:
Visit the website of The Department of Management, Society and Communication.
Visit the website of the former Department of Intercultural Communication and Management
To strengthen and support our focus we are organized in three Academic Areas:
- Integrated Language and Culture Competences
- Communication in Organisations
- Communication in Markets.
These three Academic Areas represent core aspects of the Department’s research and teaching portfolio. Their aim is to develop targeted research projects in close contact with the corporate world and other stakeholders. The Academic Areas constitute environments for development and interaction between several stakeholders and organisational members. This is e.g. the Department’s researchers, who collaborate with companies and organizations.
The structure of the Academic Areas helps facilitate a development of the students’ abilities and professional identity, which makes them able to navigate effortlessly in the interplay between the acquired academic competences and the practical needs of the business world. The Academic Areas provide research-based insights by focusing the research close to practice. This approach supports the students becoming proficient in delivering context appropriate communication. Additionally, the students develop competences within e.g. negotiations with international organisations, or through the supply chain management of the organization, which can involve several international suppliers.
Successfully through the education system and onto a professional role
To ensure a continued academic development, the Department takes a holistic approach to education from upper secondary school or Business College to job function after graduation. The Department of International Business Communication collaborates with schools and business colleges just as it initiates bridge building between the university and professional life.