Companies have embraced transparent communication because customers can watch their every move on social media, and brand journalism is now a major source of income for international media. It’s little revolutions like these that beg the question what international communication will look like in the near future. During the Master in International Communication Management (MICM), you will learn how to react to further changes that influence international communication as a whole, and how to use them to your advantage.
25 April 2018
Open Evenings at THUAS’ Academy of Masters and Professional Courses offer you the opportunity to explore our campus and get a sneak peek at our lecture halls and study facilities. You can also attend MICM’s introductory presentation, and talk to our lecturers and current students.
12 April 2018
There is a hidden danger threatening the world today that not many people are talking about; the danger of the average.
To study MICM you need a Bachelor’s degree, two years of professional experience (in any field), and a good command of English (see the specific requirements for English proficiency in the practical information tab). Applicants who meet these criteria are then further evaluated according to an admission procedure. This includes an assessment of each candidate’s capacity to succeed in the MICM programme and his or her ability to contribute to MICM’s classroom experience.
The costs of following the MICM programme are €15,750. This tuition fee allows you to follow MICM classes and exams, receive thesis supervision, and get unlimited access to our library and Internet facilities. The book costs are not included, their estimated costs are between € 550 - € 700.
You can also pay the tuition fee in instalments. In that case, the price of the programme is € 16.450.
The Master in International Communication Management is exempt from VAT for Dutch students. Your employer can fully offset training costs against gross results and label them as operating expenses. For (Dutch) private individuals, parts of the training costs are deductible. For more information, call the Dutch Tax Information Line on 0800 – 0543 or visit their website: http://www.belastingdienst.nl.
If you have any further questions about admission requirements, enrolment or content of the program, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (+31) (0)70 445 8900 (Monday - Thursday from 8:30 am - 10:00 pm, Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm).
Download our brochure for more information on this programme’s content and structure.