The graduates of this course will have gained the following skills:
• have the relevant basic knowledge and are able to harmonise their varied previous knowledge, stemming from the multi-cultural origin and therefore qualification of their fellow students.
• are able to compare also opposing schools of thought.
• can analyse abstract concepts and complex models as well as select and use suitable qualitative and quantitative methods for solving them.
• have, by choosing "Electives", acquired up-to -ate specific specialist knowledge.
• have sufficient knowledge in relevant adjacent areas with which they are expected to come in to contact in their professional careers.
• are able to recognize, in the peripheral areas of their professional fields, where or when experts have to be consulted and are able to communicate with them as equals.
• are able to communicate complex issues effectively in both spoken and written English.
• have a heightened awareness of entrepreneurial and intercultural issues, which will enable them to take on responsibility both individually and also in a team.
• are capable of interconnected thinking, interdisciplinary and intercultural co-operation-and can motivate and guide teams, especially in an international context.
• are able to differentiate between assumptions, arguments and evidence and thus demonstrate an informed capacity for critical reflection.
The multi-cultural environment of study has a high contingency for acquiring many other cross-disciplinary learning outcomes.