European Institute

Communication is the vital process of exchanging information, thoughts, ideas, or feelings between individuals or groups. It’s the foundation of human interaction and the means by which we convey our thoughts, express emotions, and collaborate effectively.

In this course, students will learn:

Communication Science: The goal is to educate graduates capable of addressing current societally relevant research questions in the field of communication science at an internationally comparable level. They will employ contemporary research methods a. function as decision-makers in internationally oriented communication professions, particularly in private-sector research.

Philosophy and Economics: Participants gain the necessary scientific knowledge, reflective competence, and argumentative skills to contribute a unique interdisciplinary perspective to addressing urgent social, economic, and political issues in modern societies.

Science-Technology-Society: It equips students to understand the complex relationships between science, technology, and society, enabling them to tackle multifaceted challenges creatively and systematically. Graduates gain expertise in recognizing social and ethical dimensions of science and technology, while also effectively communicating about topics at the intersection of these fields.

Development and Communication Skills Course: Nurturing Personal and Professional Growth: The course highlights include mastering cornmunication, interpersonal dynamics, public speaking, mindfulness, problem-solving, teamwork, time management, cross-cultural communication, and networking. This transformative course nurtures personal and professional growth with essential skills for today’s interconnected world.

Entrepreneurship Skills: The course fosters personal and professional growth through effective communication, interpersonal dynamics, public speaking, mindfulness, problem-solving, teamwork, time rnanagement, cross-cultural communication, and networking.