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Intercultural Conflict Management

Organisation:
Alice-Salomon-Hochschule Berlin
Typ:
Full-time
Certificate:
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Duration:
4 semester(s)
Studienort(e):
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
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Master Master of Arts (M.A.), Intercultural Conflict Management - Das Studium

Programme

The MA-Intercultural Conflict Management is an interdisciplinary, application-oriented study program, combining studies in international development, human rights, diversity and democracy with methodological approaches, tools and techniques of international development cooperation, humanitarian aid, and conflict management.

It aims at providing students with the necessary theoretical understanding of culture, conflict, and the international context while at the same time lying special emphasis on a profound understanding of participatory approaches in social intervention.
Martin Vollenbroek
Programme Manager
Master Master of Arts (M.A.), Intercultural Conflict Management - Target audience

Target audience

The MA-ICM is directed at qualifying students to work in a wide variety of fields and organizations that refer to the context of
  • conflict management,
  • development work or humanitarian aid and
  • as such can be conducted on the level of a local NGO
  • or even on that of international organizations.

Admission/Entrance requirements

Total fees approx.
€ 8.420,-
Fees:
The tuition fee for the Master of Arts in Intercultural Conflict Management program for the Academic Year 2017/2019 is Euro 7920.- . plus 500 Euro for the 4th and last semester. The tuition fee can be paid in one sum or in 3 instalments, Euro 2640,- each. Please note that information about tuition is correct upon publication, but may be revised without notice.

Depending on the chosen services, costs start with a non refundable basic payment of Euro 300.- which includes registration fees for three semesters.

The students can choose out of two service options:
  • Option 1: (Euro 300.00 + Euro 193,80)
    includes the basic payment and the ticket for public transport for the Winter Semester 2017/2018)
  • Option 2: (Euro 300.- administrative fee)
    public transport ticket can be obtained separately
Admission Requirements:
  • An undergraduate degree preferably in one of the following disciplines:
    • Social Sciences
    • Law
    • Humanities and Cultural Sciences
    • Other
  • One year of practical (including internships and/or voluntary work) or professional experience in fields related to conflict, human rights, humanitarian aid, voluntary or forced migration, social work or relief work, teaching a relevant subject.
  • Referees to be contacted by the Alice-Salomon-University such as university instructors or employers willing to support the candidate's application.
  • Proficiency in English and computer competence.
  • Motivation and interest to study Intercultural Conflict Management.

Languages

Language(s) of instruction: English
Going abroad: possible

Student Services

Program Management
For queries on organizational or administrative matters, the program management team will usually be the first point of contact. They are committed to offer information, for instance, about other resources, persons and services within the ASH and participating partners. Additionally, we provide our students and graduates with information on events and activities of interest in Berlin and elsewhere.

International Student Office
The office is located in the University and staffed with a Directorate for International Relations, Head of office Ms. Irene Gropp and student volunteers. They provide language services, including German, Polish, Spanish, Russian, and English, as needed and sometimes Turkish and other languages. The International Student Office also organizes social meetings between German and international students.

Student Parliament (STUPA) and Student Union (ASTA)
StuPa is elected by all students and represents the student body in legal affairs. StuPa is independent of the ASH’s committees with respect to political, cultural and social activities. For instance, it represents students’ interests at committee meetings. AstA has an executive function. It deals with various issues concerning student life and services. For instance, AstA should be consulted about questions students have concerning various issues on the rights of students. AstA is mandated to negotiate with the public transport services about reduced prices for tickets. AstA also organizes parties usually at the beginning of a semester. Additionally, the International Student Card (ISIC) that grants reductions on a range of items and services can be obtained during office hours.
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Organisation

Founded in 1899 by Alice Salomon, a strong advocate for women's rights and social justice, the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences is now Germany's oldest and largest training institution of higher education in social work.

Today, the Alice Salomon University is recognized as one of Germany's most research-intensive universities of applied sciences in the social field. One of the cornerstones of the University is applied research. This applied research approach not only enhances the current knowledge in the field of social work but also assures the quality of education.

The University offers full and part-time certificate, diploma and graduate programmes. The International Curriculum at the Alice Salomon University offers modules in English to both German speaking and international students.

Studying in Berlin

Berlin - Never before has such a large city had the opportunity to recreate itself. And Berlin is certainly taking to the task quite admirably. Whether it is the glamour and glitz of the Sony Centre on Potsdamer Platz, Daniel Libeskinds new Jewish Museum, the hip cafes in Prenzlauer Berg, or the refined elegance of the newly founded diplomatic quarter, status quo is now very unfashionable in Berlin.

An extremely multi-cultural city of almost 4 million people - with the cultural resources to match - there is almost always something going on in Berlin. Whether you are into art museums, cinema, theatre, opera, discos or the café scene, there is certain to be something here to fit your tastes. And if you are more of an outdoors person, then never fear, because Berlin is one of the greenest cities in Europe - even within the city limits, you will find a spot where you can get away from it all.

Course guidance

Contact

Alice-Salomon-Hochschule Berlin

Alice-Salomon-Platz 5
12627 Berlin
Germany
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Phone:
0049-30-99 245-352/333
Fax:
0049-30-99 245-245
E-Mail:
icm@ash-berlin.eu
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