Do you speak the language of business?
WU is launching a new degree program in the 2022 winter semester: In the new English-taught Master’s Program in Business Communication, students will learn how to unlock the power of corporate communications for business success, corporate social responsibility, and public awareness of socially relevant topics. Intrigued? Read on to find out more
What is it all about?
This new WU master’s program focuses on key skills that enable you to tackle the economic, social, legal, and ecological challenges of our time. These topics play a key role in our new English-taught Master’s Program in Business Communication, BizComm for short, which will be added to WU’s program portfolio in the 2022 winter semester.
BizComm is based on three pillars: business communication and language, intercultural business communication, and strategic communication management. These fields of expertise are addressed throughout the program, based on a well-balanced mix of academic and practice-oriented elements. The program builds on students’ prior knowledge of the fundamental principles of business and economics and develops their skills from there.
Click here for more information on program structure and contents, get to know the team behind this innovative master’s program, and get an overview of what it has to offer:
What’s in it for me?
Once you have completed this four-semester WU master’s program, you will not only have earned an attractive academic degree, you will also have acquired a valuable skill set for unlocking the power of well-targeted communications – a toolbox for achieving the strategic goals of all types of companies and taking their performance and value creation to the next level. In this program, you will learn how to support key in-house decision-making processes as a mediator and manage the dialog between different groups and stakeholders. You will also gain hands-on insights into professional practice and learn key methodological and intercultural skills that qualify you for jobs as a communication executive after your graduation.
What are the admission requirements?
To be admitted to the WU Master’s Program in Business Communication, you will need to provide proof that you have completed a relevant bachelor’s program and have sufficient English language skills to follow this English-taught program. For more information on the requirements needed for the program, please click here.
When can I apply?
The application period for this master’s program starts on September 1, 2021. Don’t miss this opportunity and get ready to apply!