The MIC is a hands-on programme, therefore during your studies you will be working on solving real cases for transnational companies. Here you can see some of the projects our students have worked on.
During the third MIC semester, you will write a masters dissertation under the supervision of the two universities that you have studied at during your first and second semesters. You will analyse issues from the field and propose scenarios for addressing these issues. Our students have written many excellent dissertations and here are a few examples of them that have won European awards and achieved Cum Laude.
Corporate Communication for NGOs: Storytelling as a Platform Reputation ManagementDownload PDF
Experience Marketing and Destination Branding: A Qualitative Study of Spanish Consumers' Decision-Making Process and Image Perception of Mexico and its Magical Towns as a Cultural Touristic DestinationDownload PDF
Case Study of the Polish Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2011: In View of the Upcoming Bulgarian Presidency in 2018Download PDF
Cultural Boundaries to Media and Information Literacy Teaching: Applying Scandinavian Best-practice Models in LithuaniaDownload PDF
The Situational Theory of Publics and Social Media: Applying James E. Grunig’s Theory to an Online Context - The Anti-Nuclear Power Movement in TaiwanDownload PDF
Building Trust in a Cloud-first World: Corporate Reputation Management in the Context of Cloud Computing.Download PDF
Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility: Investigating Challenges to and Current Methods Used to Communicate CSRDownload PDF
Gender and the Perception of Power in Managerial Communication: A Case-Study at the Headquarters of Royal Philips N.V. in Amsterdam, The NetherlandsDownload PDF
The Master in International Communication is a three semester full-time programme. You will study at two of our four consortium universities during the first two semesters. You choose which ones and in what order.