Cross-Cultural Communications: Careers opportunities

All our Cross Cultural Communication programmes will prepare you for a career that involves an international dimension by enhancing your cross-cultural communication and interpersonal skills and expanding your specialist knowledge.

Each year successful business/organisation leaders, diplomats and journalists are invited to talk to the students and to give advice on working in a global context from their insider perspective.

Your cross-cultural communication and interpersonal skills and your specialism knowledge are particularly useful in jobs that involve an international dimension. Examples of destinations of graduates in 2004 are:

  • Douglas Brown, MA in Cross-Cultural Communication and International Trade Law, 2003-2004, Norfolkline (an international shipping company)
  • Philip McGrahan, MA in Cross-Cultural Communication and International Management, 2003-2004, Coventry City Council, International officer
  • Selma Leung, MA in Cross-Cultural Communication and International Relations, 2003-2004, Harcourt (an international publishing company), marketing office
  • Sky Shikai Zheng, MA in Cross-Cultural Communication and International Management, 2003-2004, International Recruitment Officer, Business School, University of Central England, Birmingham
  • Li Gong, MA in Cross-Cultural Communication and International Management, 2003-2004, Research PhD, University of Newcastle upon Tyne