1. Demonstrate understanding of the influence that culture and academic mobility have on individuals from diametrically opposed civilisations. 2. Acquire insight into diverse identities and analyse their cultural, social, political and historical dimensions. 3. Display skills and strategies that enable effective intercultural communication competence globally. 4. Devise effective verbal and non-verbal intercultural communication strategies in personal, professional and collaborative contexts. 5. Demonstrate a sound knowledge of relevant disciplines, theory and research, and the ability to critically evaluate, manage, reflect on, integrate and apply it in intercultural contexts. 6. Demonstrate an understanding of the standards, ethics, and values of their profession and citizenship obligations, in both the local and global contexts.