Intercultural Conflict Management (Hybrid)

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Academic Degree




Course Duration


Tuition fee


Winter  :  15 May

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Course Details

The Intercultural Conflict Management Master programme revolves around the premise that social conflicts materialize in the space of manifold interrelated social worlds. Accordingly social conflicts never correspond with the space of one particular social world but they represent an overarching continuum which stretches out over the space of several intermingled social worlds. For this reason the programme is structured into four interrelated Area of studies which break down social conflicts from distinct but intertwined perspectives in order to bring forward social actions aimed at the participatory resolution of conflicts: A “Social World and Power Relations” B “Research Action and Networking” C “Specialization Seminars and Workshops” and D “Thesis and Colloquia”.These four Area of study are not to be conceptualized as accumulative elements but they are inherently correlated and come about in parallel from the beginning up to the end of the programme. The M.A. programme will be of most interest to individuals who are professionally active or have an academic interest in environments characterised by cultural diversity and conflict. These elements are frequently encountered in multi-ethnic contexts where competing group interests exist and where individuals have regulatory/control responsibilities requiring additional intercultural competence and mediation abilities.


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Mandatory Internship

Internship is not mandatory, but is optional during studies. If possible, we recommend doing an internship.

Exchange Semester

The university does not offer any exchange semester

Mode of Study


Study Format

Full Time

Cost & Fees

Tuition fee


Semester Contribution



193.80 EUR per semester (optional public transport ticket to be acquired through the university). Please note that additional options like purchasing a public transport tickets for students may lead to extra costs

The full program costs 8420 EUR. The tuition fee for full-time degree students is 2640 EUR for each of the first three semesters the fourth and last semester is dedicated to the Master thesis and costs 500 EUR. An administrative fee of 300 EUR which covers admission and registration is to be paid upon accepting the place of study


Admission Semester

Mode of Application

Online/ Email

Approval Mode

Local admission restriction


Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree in a relevant field of study with at least 180 ECTS.

At least one year of practical experience in a relevant field is accepted.

Language Requirements






Cambridge Advanced Certificate (CAE)

Grade B

Duolingo: International Testing System


Previous Work Experience


At least one year of practical experience in a relevant field (conflict human rights humanitarian aid voluntary or forced migration social work or relief work teaching a relevant subject). Note : the one year of practical experience is only accepted if you have completed your Bachelor degree.

Other Test Requirements


Application Documents

Certificate of your professional degree bachelor or diploma or master

Resume cover letter or curriculum vitae

Letter of motivation

Recommendation letter or reference letter

Proof of financial ability

Practice practical internships work experience

Language certificates english

Dates & Deadline

SemesterInternational StudentsEU Students


15 May15 May

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