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Intercultural International Communication

Master of Arts in Intercultural and International Communication (MAIIC)

This program enables you to make use of diverse media and communication genres, and engage with a range of different audiences. You will develop the skills needed to communicate effectively in complex circumstances.

What This Program Gives You

The Master of Arts in Intercultural and International Communication (MAIIC) is designed for students who want to pursue a communication career in our increasingly diversified and globalized world. You will learn to engage different audiences in different cultural environments. You will focus on topics such as organizational communication and culture, public culture, intercultural competence, global policies and international relations.

Who This Program Is For

Confident individuals who want to pursue or advance a career in professional communication in the intercultural or international sphere.


International students who meet English and other requirements for direct entry.

ISC students who successfully complete the Pre-Master's Program.

Tuition and Fees

Find out more on the tuition and fees for the Master of Arts in Intercultural and International Communication degree.

School of Communication & Culture

At the School of Communication & Culture we believe that communication is a powerful tool that can change the lives of individuals and whole communities. With this in mind, we have created a range of practical programs that will teach you the strategies, processes and theories behind effective communication. This specialist knowledge will help you become an effective communication professional who can make a real difference to large companies around the world.

Program Courses

  • Intercultural Theory and Practice
  • Organizational Communication And Culture
  • Media Relations In A Global Context
  • Strategic Communication
  • Social Marketing
  • Public Culture
  • International Relations and Public Diplomacy
  • Sport For Society
  • Communication For Health And Well-Being
  • Advanced Research Methods
  • Communication For Development And Social Change
  • Contemporary Issues In Communication
  • Global Politics
  • Internship
  • Research Paper

Fantastic Career Opportunities

Graduates work in professional roles as communications officers, communications directors, writers, editors, publishers, and more.

How Shuby achieved success

Entry requirements

English language

  • IELTS 7.0 or
  • TOEFL 100 overall (min. sub-score requirements: Writing 26, Speaking, Listening and Reading 23)


  • 2 years of undergraduate study with 75% average "B" (3.00/4.33) GPA
  • 1-year work experience, preferably in a leadership capacity in a multicultural, intercultural, or international setting

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