Joint Master International Communication Offered by the Geert Hofstede Consortium
February 14, 2017

Future Literacy Workshop, IULM University, Milan

At the start of February I was invited to participate in a future literacy workshop organized by the school of Communication, Media and IT in Milan. It was part of the Master of International Communication (MIC), with participants of the Geert Hofstede Consortium, and organized by Loes Damhof, Anet Doornbos,

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December 5, 2016

5 Things I’ve Learned About Communication Through MIC

I may still have 2 semesters left with the MIC program, but I feel as though this first semester has already taught me so much about individuality and communication within a global context. At times, the concepts of communication have seemed simple, and, at other times, the complexity of it

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July 19, 2016

Study places in Groningen

The exam week is approaching and you wouldn’t mind to get to know more about some places around the city where you can study, right? This article is all about it. First things first, cross the university library out of the list until 10th of April, since Hanze students are no

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June 5, 2015

MIC Alumna Beatriz De Urquijo-Isoard on the ‘Walk of Fame’.

The ‘Walk of Fame’ is the leading path to the main entrance of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen, the Netherlands. On this path, Hanze UAS alumni, students, or staff who have had outstanding achievements and/or have made remarkable contributions to the society, education or research are eternalized

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September 25, 2012

Harboring a Secret Love Affair With Personal Space

I think The Police said it best in 1980 with their lyric “Don’t Stand So Close To Me”. While the song may be about a schoolgirl’s crush on her teacher, it’s the line itself that echoed in my mind during our lesson in proxemics during the intercultural workshop. This nonverbal

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Joint Master International Communication

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.