Minimum 2:1 (or equivalent).
Months of entry
Research into intercultural communication explores how people from different countries and cultures interact and communicate. It includes the study of nonverbal communication. Researchers in our group focus on the skills and knowledge fundamental to successful intercultural communication. Apart from mediation between different cultures and languages, a particular strength in our area is internet-supported intercultural communication, including tandem learning and telecollaboration between multiple online parties.
- The INTENT project, funded by the EU’s lifelong learning programme, to support the engagement of university educators in online intercultural exchange.
- The MAGICC project (Modularising Multilingual and Multicultural Academic Commmunication Competence), funded by the EU’s lifelong learning programme.
- Dr Inma Alvarez
- Dr Uwe Baumann
- Tita Beaven
- Dr Maria Fernandez-Toro
- Mirjam Hauck
- Dr Tim Lewis
- Dr Maria Luisa Perez Cavana
- Dr Klaus-Dieter Rossade
- Dr Ursula Stickler
Online intercultural exchange (telecollaboration) Multilingual and multicultural online communities Communication across cultures and languages Strategies for intercultural mediation Intercultural aspects of postgraduate research and supervision
Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Tim Lewis, Director of Postgraduate Studies, CREET
- +44 (0)1908 659709