Intercultural Management offers students a business degree in English with a specialization in Language and Intercultural Communication. The program is aimed at individuals interested in working in an international business environment. Students deepen their knowledge and understanding of culture and either the German or Italian language. Students can also choose further languages from our elective foreign language programs.
Intercultural Management students are introduced to approaches and strategies for dealing with real-life challenges in the international business world. Experienced practioners and lecturers provide activating course contents and methods, such as case studies, experiential learning and excursions, motivating students to interact and engage with each other and their professors in the learning process.
• Foreign Language: Italian or German
• Elective courses in French, Russian and Spanish
• Culture, Society and Globalization
• Intercultural Teamwork
• Culture and Diversity
Academics and Practitioners.
Full-time Monday to Friday, occasional Saturdays.
International Bachelor's program
Taught in English for local and international students.
Foreign Language and Communication Skills
are an integral part of the Intercultural Management program.
- all applicants require sufficient English language skills (B2) to follow the program in English
- non-German speaking applicants require no German skills
- apply general management know-how in practical business situations
- explain the main concepts in the areas of finance & accounting, marketing and management
- evaluate the economic, social and legal environments of businesses
- lead intercultural and interdisciplinary teams
- communicate effectively in English and at least one further foreign language in an in international business context
€ 363.36 / semester
- Bachelor of Arts in Business
€ 20.70 / semester
“Competent intercultural communicators are people who can code-shift – people who are perceptually agile in their ability to communicate in different ways. So what students need to learn, and will do so from the ‘Intercultural Management’ program, is how to become more interculturally sensitive – how to loosen the perceptual constraints of ethnocentrism and to organise their experience of the world in different ways.”
Intercultural Development Research Institute
An imprint in my heart
"Choosing CUAS as my home has left an imprint in my heart and I would never trade it for anything else.”
International Exchange Student from Turkmenistan
Romanian-American University in Bucharest