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With our division Training Must, we at Knowledge Must offer a range of flexible and effective intercultural training solutions for students, professionals, and organisations worldwide that are both practicable and tailored to each particular cultural challenge. Our specialised training solutions broaden your intercultural capacities in diverse areas. From process-oriented to culture-specific competencies, Training Must instils in you the ability to interact effectively across cultural boundaries.

Technological advancements, especially in transportation and communication, make international boundessenaries less relevant and allow globalisation to expand further and faster.

With the growing mobility of people, our world has become more diversified than ever and intercultural communication has become a part of our everyday lives. In today’s increasingly smaller world, understanding the ways of other peoples' cultures is an essential. With Training Must, we equip you with that expertise.

Our training solutions focus on building up the capacities of our clients. Our capacity building involves the transmission of process-oriented and culture-specific skills and knowledge. We are dedicated to working with people to deepen their professional know-how and expand their skills, allowing them and their ventures to succeed across cultures. To this end we develop customised training solutions with our clients to best suit each individual situation. Training Must helps you maximise your intercultural potential.

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We invite you to learn more about:

India Summer Program 2012

India Summer Program 2012: Studies in Indian Language, Culture, and Society. July 15th 2012 to August 11th 2012. New Delhi, Varanasi, Rishikesh, Alwar

What Our Clients Say

Having spent 6 months in India, Training Must was always on my side to assist me with any advice I needed to avoid cultural shock, disappointment with my internship and a sincere understanding of the mentality and habits of the wonderful Indian people.

•    Rina Suzuki (Fukuoka, Japan)