What is this programme about?
Qualify for a position in an international setting or related with the EU, communicate effectively with people from other cultures, study in an intercultural group in German and English language. For German and international applicants with a first degree in social sciences, politics, law, philologies or similar subjects.
The international Master's degree programme in Intercultural Communication and European Studies (ICEUS for short) has been offered since the winter semester 1999/2000 and has already produced around 400 successful graduates.
In the introductory phase, ICEUS was supported by the DAAD's International Programmes and the European Commission's Jean Monnet Project. The ICEUS programme was reaccredited in July 2012 for the period until September 2019.