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Master of Multilingual Professional Communication

Master of Multilingual Professional Communication
Academic year :

Master's thesis

This course consistes of two parts:
a) Communication research: methods and techniques – basic. The exam for this course is taken after the first semester
b) Communication research: specific - the master's thesis . This is completed in the second semester

Master project15sp1st/2nd sem.
 

Business Communication

Business Communication: compulsory courses

Language in business - Communicating for organisations6sp1st/2nd sem.
Bernolet, Sarah
Specialisation business communication6sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Waes, Luuk
 

Business Communication: foreign languages
Select one course out of the following:

Professional Communication (English)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
Professional communication (French)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Professional Communication (German)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
Business Communication (Spanish)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 

Business Communication: free-choice electives
Select 6 ECTS-credits from the following list:
a) a course in Business Communication in a foreign language OR
b) a language course from another Master programme (Master of Linguistics and Literature: E-D-F-G-S-I and Master of Linguistics) OR
c) the list of specific courses below, of which Meeting and negotiating and Negotiation 2 cannot both be selected.

Professional Communication (English)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
Professional communication (French)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Professional Communication (German)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
Business Communication (Spanish)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 
Marketing Communication3sp1st semester
De Pelsmacker, Patrick
Meeting and negotiating3sp1st semester
Van Waes, Luuk
Digital communication3sp1st semester
Leijten, Mariëlle
Intercultural Communication in the Business World3sp2nd semester
Vermandere, Dieter
Negotiation 23sp2nd semester
Van Waes, Luuk
Language management and policy6sp2nd semester
Vermandere, Dieter
 

Management for students in Applied Economics

Compulsory:
- Organisational psychology
- Free-choice electives
Select 18 ECTS-credits out of the following options:
a) a course in Business Communication in a foreign language (only for language level B2)
b) the list of specific courses above, of which Meeting and negotiating and Negotiation 2 cannot both be selected
c) a language course from another Master programme (Master of Linguistics and Literature: E-D-F-G-S-I and Master of Linguistics)
d) courses from the majors Accountancy, Strategy and Organisation, Finance and Marketing of the Master of Applied Economics: Business Administration
(Not all electives can be listed here. Always consult the course description to see if you can follow a course)

Organisational psychology3sp2nd semester
Stevens, Robin
 
Professional Communication (English)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Van Hout, Tom
Professional communication (French)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Tobback, Els
Professional Communication (German)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Dusar, Ingeborg
Business Communication (Spanish)6sp1st/2nd sem.
Vangehuchten, Lieve
 
Marketing Communication3sp1st semester
De Pelsmacker, Patrick
Meeting and negotiating3sp1st semester
Van Waes, Luuk
Digital communication3sp1st semester
Leijten, Mariëlle
Intercultural Communication in the Business World3sp2nd semester
Vermandere, Dieter
Negotiation 23sp2nd semester
Van Waes, Luuk
Language management and policy6sp2nd semester
Vermandere, Dieter
 

Management for other students (not Applied Economics)

Compulsory:
- Organisational psychology
- Financial reporting: principles and analysis
- Strategisch management/Strategic management : select one course
--> The course taught in English is directed towards students of this master and does not require any previous knowledge, whereas the course taught in Dutch is direct towards students in Applied Economics and requires some previous knowledge.
- Marketingbeleid/Marketing Management: select one course
--> Select one course out of the following list. The course taught in English is directed towards students of this master and does not require any previous knowledge, whereas the course taught in Dutch is direct towards students in Applied Economics and requires some previous knowledge.

Organisational psychology3sp2nd semester
Stevens, Robin
 
Strategic Management6sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
Martens, Rudy
Strategic Management6sp1st semester
Verhezen, Peter
 
Marketing management6sp2nd semester
Mikolajczak-Degrauwe, Kalina
Marketing Management6sp1st semester
Strauss, Thorsten
Mohout, Omar
 
Financial reporting: principles and analysis6sp1st semester
d'Haens, Patrick