Master in International Communication Management (Part-time)

At the MICM programme, students are immersed in an environment of different perspectives in which they will have a hands-on experience on how different cultures communicate in diverse ways. The MICM programme deals with everything there is to know about international communication, such as corporate reputation, media relations, social media and internal communications.

Study load

The MICM part-time programme consists of five terms starting during the first week of September through to mid-June, and starting again for the second year from September till August. Students will follow one class each term, falling on a Friday between 9:00 and 16:00. Students will also be required to attend some other special days throughout the 24 month period for the professional skills seminars, for more information please contact mpc-info@hhs.nl.

Structure of Master in International Communication Management (Part-time)

The icing on the cake of your education

Apart from the in-depth material on international communication you will acquire during your studies, the real MICM experience is learning from your peers in the international classroom. MICM students typically differ in terms of occupation and nationality and this always inspires them to discuss burning questions about communication during course lectures. Students find answers on how to use communication during a corporate crisis, for instance, or how to implement a strategy to better a company’s internal relations. In addition to the eight main courses and the thesis project, students also complete five Professional Skills seminars. These seminars, along with the other courses are renewed each year, ensuring that the MICM curriculum remains relevant and reflects overall trends in the marketplace, concluding the programme with the thesis. After graduating from THUAS’ MICM programme, international organisations will be keen to benefit from the knowledge and intercultural outlook you attained.

Semester 1

  • Managing Corporate Communication
  • Managing Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Professional Skills

Semester 2

  • Managing Internal Communication
  • Managing Media Relations
  • Professional Skills

Semester 3

  • Managing Social Media
  • Managing Crisis Communication
  • Managing Internal Communication
  • Professional Skills

Semester 4

  • Brand Management
  • Communication Research & Methodology
  • Professional Skills

Semester 5

  • Thesis Writing & Supervision
  • Professional Skills

Your lecturers

Our Master’s masterminds

Guus de Mari MBA

Program director

a.h.g.demari@hhs.nl
070 – 445 7502

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Aafke Grendel

Programme manager

mpc-info@hhs.nl
+31 (0)70 – 445 89 00

Joe Goldiamond (MBA)

Lecturer

j.goldiamond@hhs.nl
+31(0)704457502

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Dr. Schelte Beltman (PhD)

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Dr. Marie-Therese Claes (PhD)

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Hesam Fasaei (PhD candidate, Erasmus University)

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Dr. Mignon van Halderen (PhD)

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Michael Koenka

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Dr. Bruce Mutsvairo (PhD)

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Suzan Pecyna (MA)


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Edwin Santbergen (PhD candidate, Erasmus University)

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Rinze Terluin

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Dr. Yijing Wang (PhD)

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Contact the study

If you have any further questions about admission requirements, enrolment or content of the program, please contact us by email: mpc-info@hhs.nl 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.

Contact the Academy of M&PC Contact us by phone (+31) (0)70 445 8900 or by email mpc-info@hhs.nl

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