How long does the programme last?
18 months minimum to complete the whole programme.
It depends on your own schedule & tempo.
How heavy is the study load?
It depends on your own schedule & tempo. You should expect a workload of approximately 20 hours per week including reading, attending the lectures, preparing assignments.
Why the modular system?
We have found that providing a concentrated period of time to purely focus on your studies is more efficient in development and learning than holding class for one day per week.
How long do the Advanced Elective Courses take?
Three days for each course. Can this be combined with a full-time job? Yes, nearly all of our students are working full-time while following the programme.
When does the programme start?
Part I Foundation starts in January each year. The Advanced Elective Courses are all year round.
For whom is the MCC Programme designed?
The Part-time MCC Programme is designed for experienced corporate Communication professionals looking for advanced knowledge and proficiencies in the international corporate communication arena.
How large is the class?
We aim at a class size of approximately 25 participants. We believe it is very important to keep the size of our classes limited.
How can I apply?
You can apply by downloading and filling out the application form (see the link Apply Now). You can also request a printed version from our office.
Do I really need three years of working experience to join?
Yes. The Executive MCC Programme is very much based on the professional experiences of its participants.
Are there scholarship available?
No, there are no scholarships available for students on the MCC programme.
Is there any way to dispense with the formal requirements?
In very rare circumstances the Study Board may grant a dispensation. Please contact our staff to learn more about this.
Which title/degree do you receive by completing this programme?
Master of Science in Corporate Communication (MScCC)