Minor Programme

Drama and Intercultural Communication

Drama and Intercultural Communication is a course with academic founded on the performing arts and pedagogy. The course’s main aim is to promote communication through theatre in a multicultural society. We offer 30 ECTS in the Spring semester.


Faculty of Arts and Education

Social Sciences


Spring (January-June)



English, B2

The Courses

Developing competence in drama as an arts subject and as arts education is central to the course, and students will be provided with a foundation on how to lead drama/theatre work. The course will also provide a foundation in relationship building, dialogue and solidarity work.


The course content has a clear practical and artistic methodical aim structured around themes within dramatic forms of expression, exploratory drama work, theatre production, theory and didactics. The five themes are weighted approximately equally, and will to some extent have overlapping content.

How to apply


  1. Nomination Letter sent by email from your home institution to
  2. Online Registration Form
    You will receive the link to the online form by email after we have received your nomination. For students applying for the spring semester only, you will receive this link in September/October.
  3. Transcript of Records/Diploma from all university education (both bachelor’s and if applicable, master’s level) in English or in a Scandinavian language. The transcript/diploma must contain a description of the grading system. We can only accept official copies.
  4. Copy of your passport or ID card
    The required documentation must be sent in PDF or Word format to in PDF format. Write EXCHANGE followed by your name in the subject field. Example: EXCHANGE John Smith.'
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