Global Graduate

Global Graduate

Employers increasingly request from their recruits the capacity to understand and function in a multicultural, international organisation. Commonly such abilities are referred to as intercultural competence, but do you actually know what this means? At AAU we have researchers specialising in intercultural and international relations. We therefore believe it is our responsibility to offer you the opportunity to develop your international and intercultural skills. Many of you are already involved in activities relevant to intercultural and international learning. The Global Graduate programme recognises such engagement, enabling you to obtain a certificate that you can use upon graduation when applying for jobs. 

The five Global Graduate themes

Intercultural competence can be defined in different ways. Common to these are knowledge, interaction and practices, which we have therefore chosen as key priorities when selecting activities for the Global Graduate programme.