CULTURE, COMMUNICATION AND GLOBALISATION
An international two-year Master Degree Programme in English, focusing on communicative and cultural as well as social and political aspects of global processes in areas such as market communication, consumption, organizational dynamics, international relations and politics, migration and civil socity.
Information on this page concerns students applying for admission from the academic year 2020
If you are looking for a Master’s programme that does not only provide you with high-quality education with a strong international profile in the subjects central to the demands of today’s world but also trains you in solving the problems posed by these rapidly changing demands, consider the ‘Culture, Communication and Globalization’ programme.
If you are interested in having an active role in designing your personal academic profile and not only acquiring but also producing knowledge in the areas highly relevant to many contemporary professional settings, then you will appreciate interdisciplinary, problem-based learning which is a trademark of Aalborg University.
The ‘Culture, Communication and Globalization’ programme will provide you with an opportunity to gain MA academic credentials at a well-esteemed Scandinavian university in the egalitarian study tradition and multicultural student environment that will guarantee you enriching educational and social experiences.
Aalborg University offers a new specialization under the CCG with a focus on Arctic communities and globalization.
Arctic Studies provide an opportunity for students to focus on the Arctic as a particular field of specialization within their chosen master’s degree programme.
WHAT IS THE ARCTIC?
In the present years Arctic scholars have to rethink how we approach and understand the Arctic, not only because the ice is melting, but also because the political and societal scenes are changing rapidly. The specialization in Arctic Studies provides an advanced understanding of the Arctic region and its relationship with the rest of world, seen in historical, social, political and cultural dimensions. Arctic Studies contribute with new problem-based research and teaching that engages the real-life problems which Arctic communities are facing today. This specialization gives particular attention to studies in the human sciences within the areas of social, cultural and political analysis, inter-cultural communication, nation-building, post-colonialism, geo-politics, international relations, globalization, governance and sustainable development (including tourism and the management of the natural and cultural heritage).
Students acquire strong analytical skills, the ability to conduct independent research, and an opportunity to gain practical experience in relevant professional fields (internships facilitated in a broad range of institutions across and beyond the Arctic).
WHERE IS THE ARCTIC?
The geographical area in focus is the Circumpolar North,including Greenland, the Nordic Region, Canada, Alaska and Russia, the North Atlantic and the Polar Sea. However, special attention is paid to global connections, well-established and emerging, in Europe, Asia, Russia, and North America. The Arctic is indeed a global region, and it is important to be attentive to these transregional connections.
APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS
The admission requirement for the Master’s degree programme in Culture, Communication and Globalization is a completed relevant Bachelor’s degree. A Bachelor’s degree is considered relevant if its central subjects provide the student with competencies which are equivalent to at least 30 ECTS within one or more subject areas of the CCG programme, e.g. international and/or intercultural relations, cultural studies, communication relevant to the scope of the CCG programme, consumption and market communication, organisation and management, global politics, migration and movements.
In addition, documented education within the methodologies of the humanities or social sciences is required.
BACHELOR’S DEGREES FROM AAU WHICH QUALIFY STUDENTS FOR DIRECT ADMISSION
A bachelor’s degree in Language and International Studies, English, from Aalborg University qualifies students for direct admission to the Master’s degree programme if admission is in immediate continuation of the completed Bachelor’s degree.
Other comparable degrees may qualify for admission, and this will be assessed on an individual basis according to the admission requirements.
IF YOU DO NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENTS FOR DIRECT ADMISSION
If your education is not mentioned under the admission requirements, but is related, you can still apply for admission. When you apply, the Study Board will make an individual academic assessment of your qualifications in relation to the specific Master’s degree programme.For further information, see the programme’s curriculum.
The Study Board does not pre-assess applications for admission. This means that academic assessments are carried out only when an application for admission is submitted.
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