By studying MultiMedia Technology, you will be helping to shape the future of digital media and devising a new generation of video games and interactive applications.
The programme teaches the theoretical and practical basic principles of media information technology and software development. It also promotes creativity and independence and develops social and communication skills. You learn to work in a team with designers from the MultiMediaArt degree programme to implement your technical expertise in a number of practical projects, preparing you for daily working life. With your Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc) degree, you will be in demand as an expert within the creative industries and beyond.
Lecturers who work in the field and research and development projects during the degree programme will incorporate current issues into the tuition. The projects which students work on with a high level of independence are at the highest level, as evidenced by the numerous awards won in creative competitions (Mozilla Game Challenge, SXSW Award, Content Award, etc.). Successful cooperation projects with companies demonstrate the strong competitive edge our students have.
|Degree:||Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc)|
|Length of study:||6 semesters|
|Number of student places per year:||36|
|Place of study:||Campus Urstein|
|Programme language:||German; foreign language: English|
|Semester abroad:||Possible during the 4th semester|
|Projects:||Multimedia and interdisciplinary projects |
from the 3rd semester onwards
|Professional Placement||Relevant placement in the 5th semester|
|Recognition||Basic scientific knowledge, ability to work in a team, creativity, commitment|
|Costs:||Tuition fees (EUR 363.00 per semester) + student union fee (EUR 18.70 per semester)|
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