The School of Culture and Global Studies offers Postgraduate programmes ranging from Languages (Danish, English, Spanish, German), international Business Communication, Culture, Communication and Globalization, Tourism, History and International Relations (European Studies and Development Studies). We also offer Master Specializations in Chinese Area Studies, Global Gender Studies, Latin American Studies, Brazilian Studies and Arctic Studies.
This specialization can be chosen as part of the Master programmes Culture, Communication and Globalization, Tourism, Development and International Relations and European Studies. The specialisation gives particular attention to studies in the human sciences within the areas of social and cultural encounters and exchange, inter-cultural communication, nation-building, geo-politics and globalization, governance and sustainable development. In lectures, relevant theories of identity-building, inter-cultural communication, international relations and sustainable development will be applied to case studies from across the Arctic.
Culture, Communication and Globalization (CCG)
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.
Global Gender Studies (GGS)
The Global Gender Studies specialization can be chosen as part of the Master programmes Development and International Relations, European Studies and Culture, Communication and Globalization. The specialisation gives a specific focus to gendered perspectives upon structures and processes in international law (including human rights), equality politics on national, transnational and international levels, global democracy and governance, international institutions and transnational actors.
International business communication in english, spanish and german (SIV)
International Business Communication (SIV) focuses on four separate, yet inter-related elements: Language, communication, marketing and intercultural competence. You can choose English, Spanish or German and combine your language studies with a specialization in Organisation and Leadership (English, Spanish and German), Latin American Studies (Spanish) or Chinese Area Studies (English).
China and International Relations (CIR)
China and International Relations (CIR) is a double degree MA programme offered by Aalborg University, Denmark and the University of International Relations in Beijing, China. It is a two-year program taught in English. The first year is spent at Aalborg University (AAU) in Denmark and the second year at the University of International Relations (UIR) in Beijing, China. The programme provides a broad understanding of Chinese society, history and culture, economic and political development, as well as the scale of China's impact on the world economy and international relations.
Global Refugee Studies (GRS)
Global Refugee Studies (GRS) is a specialization under the Master program in Development and International Relations. The specialization focuses on international and national responses to displacement, mobility and refugees with emphasis on their role as intrinsic parts of broader processes of development, political, social and economic change and globalisation. Global Refugee Studies can only be studied at Aalborg University, Campus Copenhagen.
Latin American Studies (LAS)
The Latin American Studies specialization can be chosen as part of the Master Programmes Development and International Relations, European Studies and Culture, Communication and Globalization. Latin America is taking part in the take-off of the developing world in terms of economic and global political development. Latin American Studies provides a broad understanding of contemporary and historical issues in Latin America's development, as well as the scale of Latin America's impact on the world economy and global relations.