As part of the course, the students prepare an MA thesis, on a topic of their choice related to intercultural management, over the two years of study. At the end of the first year, they hand in a 20-page literature review and present the plan for the rest of their thesis. At the end of the second year, they hand in their final thesis and present their work in front of the first-year students.
Here is a list of subjects from previous years:
|Appetite for Change : Hybridization and Local Adaptation of Chinese Cuisine in Dijon, France.
|Imported Feminism: Understanding the Effect of American Feminism on Jordanian Feminism on Instagram.
|How Fair is India’s Fairness Obsession ? – A Detailed study of colourism as a social construct in India through the subjective and cultural experiences of eight Indians.
|Feminism as a token, the example of high-end French brands and designers (Dior, Chanel and Zadig & Voltaire).
|Culture at Work: Cultural Intelligence Africa (CQA) as a case study to explore the complexities of doing intercultural work centred on Diversity, Inclusion and Organisational Strengthening in workplaces in South Africa.
|Diversity, Equity and Inclusion within Multinational Companies Operating in France.
|Navigating the Complexities of Diversity and Conflict: An Investigation of Narratives and Stereotypes in International Organizations.
|Intercultural Competence: Looking at some of the implications of its concepts and the possiblity of intercultural habitus, a view from Pierre Bourdieu’s sociology.
|INTANGIBLE CULTURE IN THE HYPERGLOBALISED WORLD
|An Analysis of International Humanitarian Organization’s Websites: The Portrayals of Women Refugees.
|Generational Diversity: Challenges faced by generation X, Y, and Z in the workplace
|Family Relations in Immigrant Families and the Reconstruction of Identities of Second-Generation Immigrants in Taiwan
|FUNDING FOR LOVE: Government & Donor Agencies in France, Germany and the Netherlands Fighting the White Savior Industrial Complex of Funding to Queer Human Rights Non-Governmental Organisations in South Africa
|Race and Technology: How Algorithms Reflect Our Society
|Culture Shock Amongst International Students: What Can Universities Do To Help International Students Avoid or Overcome Culture Shock Experiences ?
|Filipino Participation in the US Exchange Visitor Program
|Representation of Identity Through Discrimination of Immigrants in Italian Political Speech
|A Snapshot of Nationalism: Albanians and Serbs in Kosovo
|Immigration and Integration of the « Beurs » in France: HIV Prevalence Among the Maghrebi Community
|Metal Music in the Middle East: The Case of Lebanon an Approach Through the Concept of Moral Panics
|Intercultural Gastronomy: An Exploration of the Relationship Between Cuisine and Cultural Identity
|To What Extent Do Cultural Factors Influence People’s Environmental Values and Beliefs and in Consequence Their Actions ?
|A Home Avay From Home – Exploring the Diasporic Identity of the Kosovo Albanians in France
|Peripatetic Musicians: Identity, Music Categorization and Reception
|Impact of World Heritage Tourism, Case Study on France’s Best Conserved Heritage Site: the Roman Theater of Orange
|Huawei’s Cultural Branding on Instagram
|Exploring Nationalism in the Netherlands: Banal and Defensive Nationalism in Social Discourse
|The Effects of Religious Diversity on the Indigenous Communities of the Highlands of Chiapas up to this
Day: A Case Study of the Conflicts in Chamula, 1960s-1990s
|The Securitisation of Immigration in Political Discourses on Twitter: The Case of 2017 French
|Algorithm, Repetition, and Media Credibility: The Experimental Research on the Relation between
the Repetition Caused by the Algorithm and the Perceived Credibility
|International Students in French Higher Education Institutes: A Case Study on Culture Shock
Experiences of International Asian Students at the University of Burgundy and Diversity Management
by the University
|The Impact of Inclusive Advertising: A Study on the Effect of Inclusive Beauty Campaigns on
|Sexism In Japanese Business Culture, And The Resulting Implications Faced By Workers
|Art and Crafts as Means to Re-construct Social Identity: A Case Study of Migrant Artisans in Palermo,
|Bi-cultural Couples in Contemporary France
|The Evolution of Xenophobia in Germany: Influencing Factors of Rising Xenophobia in Public Discourse
|How is Social Cohesion Operationalized through the Cross-Cultural Interactions between Refugees
and Locals? A Case Study of Afghan Refugees Residing in Dijon
|Managing Diversity: A Case Study of an FMCG Conglomerate
|Japanese Cross-Cultural Competences – An Analysis Based on their Life Stories and Critical Incidents as Expatriates
|The Preservation of Talian in Southern Brazil: Language, Culture and Identity of its Speakers
Subtitle: A Case Study on the Sociolinguistic Reality around the Most Widely Spoken Immigration Language in the State of Rio Grande do Sul
|Learning Interculturality from Resistance: A Case Study of How the Indigenous People’s Struggle Enable Interculturality in the Philippines
|Role of Education on the Formation of Cultural Citizenship
|Peppering Patriarchy: An Analysis of Pepperdem Ministries’ Digital Feminist Activism in Ghana
|The Compatibility of Socratic and Confucian Educational Traditions in an Internationalised Curriculum
|Application of Liquid Culture Approach to Intercultural Training
|The Impact of Globalization on Minority Languages: A Case Study of the Csango Language in Romania
|Diversity Management and Global Mobility: A Strategic Perspective
|China & Africa in the 21st Century : Cooperation or Exploitation?
|How Do French Migrants Integrate into Colombian Society? The Applicability of General Theories and Measurements of Integration to a Specific Nationality in a Non-traditional Migration Destination
|Language, Start-ups & Identity: How a Talent Accelerator Manages its Linguistic Reality?
|Honing Cultural Intelligence : An Inquest on the Antecedents of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) among Overseas Filipinos (OFs)
|Diversity in the ASMR Community
|Is Home Nowhere or Everywhere: How Serial Cross-Cultural Moving during Childhood and Adolescence Influences Narrative Identity?
|Interaction for Integration – A Survey on International Student-Workers in Ireland
|Cultural Identity of Expatriates
|Intercultural Competence in Higher Education.
|Interculturality as a Competitive Advantage in the Airline Industry: Emirates Case Study
|Project Management Strategies: Cultural Influences on Management Style
|Liberating Leadership – A Win-Win Tool for Employers and Employees?
|Different Language, Different Personality: Your Language Shapes How You Think
|Reevaluating the Environmental Context: Identity & Perceptions of Belonging in the Urban Community
|Doing Business in Russia in the Context of High Cultural Distance Case-study: American Companies Operating on the Russian Market
|The Role of Bilingualism in the Development of Interculturality
|Intercultural Leadership Competencies: Reviewing Organizational Hierarchies in Japan
|Rethinking Diversity Management at Universities – How to Manage a Diverse Student Body
|The Role of Culture in the Protection of Environmental Refugees
|Chinese Students in France: Any Problem?
|Human Resources Management in France: Are French Companies part of the “War for Talent”?
|Same-Language Countries: a Facilitator in Intercultural Communication?
|Intercultural Competence Development in the Young Individuals Raised in France and Born Between 1997 to 2005: an Attempt to Assess French ‘Generation Z’s’ Cross-Cultural Competence and Cultural Awareness
|Video Games: Toward a New Paradigm in Cultural Production Values within Multicultural, Multinational Developer Teams
|Global Engineering Project Management. Intercultural collaboration. Hyundai Engineering,Turkmen Oil Refinery Revamp Project.
|Cultural differences & similarities in the norms of (female) beauty. A cross-cultural study between Russia and Germany.
|Conflict Management in Organizations