University of Technology Sydney

992230 Intercultural and International Communication

There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.


This subject provides students with theoretical insights into and practical skills for intercultural and international communication by equipping them to explore links between culture and identities, and between language and society. This subject further equips students for diverse and complex multicultural workplaces and societies, covering skills in research, policy, and ethical engagement. Students analyse connections between personal experience and professional practice to reflect on how their cultural identities shape the way they engage with the world, and thus how their identities inform their practices in professional, institutional, and social contexts. By engaging in critical debates on intersections between cultures, languages, and identities, students have the opportunity to apply their learning to contemporary, real-world instances of intercultural and international communication.

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