International Communication Management students learn to devise policy and manage their communication through majors in Corporate, Marketing and Internal Communication.
As organisations grow and become more multinational, they have a bigger demand than ever before for people who can understand and devise policy and manage their communication. We equip our students to take on these key areas through our majors in Corporate, Marketing and Internal Communication.
Our programme is new. This means that the programme includes the latest insights and developments in the field. As of day one, you’ll be involved in the practical side of the profession, and you’ll be given all sorts of concrete assignments. These are often explained by people from business. We work together closely and regularly with external clients and many of our lecturers are themselves from business.
Our teacher team works together closely with the students. The contact between students and teachers is informal. You receive a lot of attention and are assisted closely. Each student has his or her own study career advisor. The programme is small scale and there is a personal atmosphere. Please note that the level of English in this programme is high.
Studying abroad can be part of the experience. In the second year of your programme, you will be able to spend a few months studying at a foreign college or university. We have partnerships with institutions all over the world – across Europe, Canada, the US, Japan, Australia and South Africa. Where you end up will depend on where you would like to go, your language skills and your specialization.
If you have come to The Hague University of Applied Sciences from another country, then you do not have to take part in the exchange programme (since you are already experiencing life in a foreign country and culture). But you are still welcome to take part – and you are encouraged to do so.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Communication you can work almost anywhere. As a public-relations officer, policy adviser, account manager, communication adviser or project coordinator for small or for large companies, with the government, with communication agencies or as a freelancer. In small organizations you are often an all-rounder, whereas in large organizations you will often be a specialist in areas such as internal communication, external communication, press or public communication or marketing communication.
Good communication advisors have a broad development and wide interests. You follow the news, read the newspaper and make regular use of the Internet. You know what’s going on in society and can place events in their context.
Read what current International Communication Management Students have to say about the program. Renars Tilgalis is from Latvia and is doing the Communication program at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.. He thinks the "program has an excellent balance of the theory you have to learn to carry out projects and getting the opportunity and support to do them.
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Besides International Communication Management, The Hague University of Applied Sciences offers a range of other Management related programs such as International Financial Management and Control.
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Students who would like to register for the International Communication Management program will need to have sufficient funds for tuition and living expenses. Getting a scholarship could be the first step towards obtaining a top Management degree at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
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The Hague University of Applied Sciences is offering a total of 54 scholarships to students who would like to start their bachelor program during the academic year 2013-2014. At €5,000 each, the scholarships cover almost two-thirds of the total first year university’s tuition fee. For more information, go to the The Hague University Scholarship program.
The Hague University aims to train the professionals of the future. They will be able to perform more and different tasks with their knowledge in their changing professional domains. With practical knowledge and insight, they are able to contribute to innovation within their professions; translate practical knowledge and insight into creative findings, new designs, new processes and smart innovations.
Our 21,300 students, as well as our staff, come from over 146 different nationalities. That diversity is one of our most powerful resources. The exchange of competing ideas and opinions is what leads to real innovation.
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Non-Dutch students will need a qualification equal to the Dutch VWO diploma such International Baccalaureate, French Baccalaureate, German Abitur or GCE-A levels. Other diplomas may also be recognised but these will be subject to assessment.
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