Joint Master International Communication Offered by the Geert Hofstede Consortium
Welcome to the Joint Master International Communication

2 European universities, 2 Master’s Degrees, 1.5 years of an unforgettable and a once in a life time experience.

In the contemporary global village that our planet had become in the course of past decade, it is hard to resist the opportunity to discover new corners of the world we live in. If globalisation is handing you the keys to new experiences – then why not go for it!

In association with the Geert Hofstede Consortium; Hanze University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands), Leeds Beckett University (United Kingdom), Vilnius University (Lithuania) and IULM University (Italy) have joined forces to offer a multicultural and challenging master’s programme in International Communication with the aim to prepare a new generation of leaders, innovators and influencers.

You will have the opportunity to study in two universities, experience more than 2 countries other than your own, work in multicultural projects and earn two Master degrees. “It’s a small world ” and it has never been truer than now, so go on and give it a go!

The MIC has allowed me to live in two foreign countries and I have never experienced anything quite like this. It definitely is an unique experience.

Beatriz De Urquijo Isoard,

PR Manager
80 %

of our students find an awesome job within the next 6 months after graduation.

44.1 %

of the MIC alumni manages at least one person within the first three years after graduation.


The average start salary of MIC alumnus is approximately €2.200 per month.


Study in two European universities, choose your specialisation programme and live a multicultural experience.

Prof. Dr. Geert Hofstede

welcomes you to the MIC programme

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.