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Specialization "International Business Communication"

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In five courses (all held in a PI format), you will learn about a wide range of aspects of international business communication:

Key Concepts

Internal Business Communication

External Business Communication

Intercultural Business Communication


Organizational aspects

Feb 28 - Final update on the registration process for SS24: all remaining places have been assigned, so if you applied this semester and have not received any notification, you have unfortunately not been admitted to the Specialization. Please reapply next semester if you are still interested then.

General information:

The Specialization is designed to be completed within 2 semesters, with Courses I, II & III recommended to be taken in the first semester, and IV & V in the second semester. Accordingly, students in their first semester will be guaranteed spaces in the first three courses and assured spots in Courses IV and V in their second semester (within those Courses, though, no particular class can be guaranteed). However, only Course I MUST be taken in the first semester, and only after this course has been completed will it be possible to sign up for any of the other courses. Depending on scheduling of courses and availability of places, it MAY be possible to finish the Specialization within one semester, but this is in no way guaranteed nor really encouraged.

The Specialization will accept 60 students each semester; general eligibility criteria are the same as for any other SBWL or specialization.

In a first step, students wishing to apply for "International Business Communication" have to sign up for the course "Access to Specialization: International Business Communication" (5383; registration will run from February 1, 2pm, till February 5). Places will generally be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, with half the slots reserved for the fastest students who were awarded a grade of 1 (Very Good) on the CBK course "Introduction to Business Communication (IBC)" (note: EBC1 grades are not relevant here). The remaining slots will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis regardless of whether the applicant attended the CBK course or not until 60 slots have been filled.

NOTE: registration for the course "Access to Specialization: International Business Communication" does NOT automatically mean you have been accepted for the Specialization; of ALL students signing up for "Access to Specialization: International Business Communication", only 60 will be admitted based on the criteria outlined above.

For the time being, please direct any questions you may still have after carefully reading all the information provided here to bizcomm@wu.ac.at.

Please note: WInf students unfortunately cannot attend our Specialization as it is not included in the WInf curriculum