At a glance
Programme titleMedia Informatics
Starts inwinter semester
DegreeBachelor of Science
Language of instructionGerman
Restricted admissionyes, minimum grade or similar
5 good reasons
Try things out in our labs and studios
Work on projects for actual customers as part of your studies already
Study in small groups
Choose between two exciting majors
Study among friends
It's a match if
You are a creative mind
You like to try things out
You like working in teams
You have an eye for design
You like coding
What it’s about
The possibilities to present information are just as varied as the range of information we receive every day: texts, images or videos. Using sound, websites or apps. In 2D or 3D, loud or quiet, analogue or digital. Explore new ways of telling and presenting stories with us and create games, virtual realities or films.
Course structure & majors
At the beginning of your studies you decide for one of two majors:
- Film, or
- Media Programming.
Your choice will determine the contents of your studies. But what is true for both majors, is: Have a go. Try things out. All the things you will learn in lectures, classes and seminars, you can apply in a number of awesome labs and studios. They include:
- Green screen lab
- Motion capturing lab
- Stop motion lab
- Audio studio
- Usability lab and Human-Computer Interaction, and
- Virtual reality lab
You will also learn how to turn your ideas into reality in 3D computer graphics labs and in our TV studio.
In the seventh semester of the programme you complete a three-month internship and write your bachelor’s thesis.
How can you tell an entire story in just 30 seconds? How do you move people using pictures – no matter whether they are ads, documentaries or animated films? The secret lies in the perfect mixture of language – spoken and written, images – still and moving, music, 3D and design. You will learn all of this in this degree programme.
No two website are the same, the same goes for apps. And for computer games, too, of course. Good programming considers a number of different aspects: people, devices, code. 3D, fonts, colours, images. In this major we’ll show you how to do all this and how to not just develop good products, but test them, too.
You want to continue your studies?
If you want to go on to study for a master’s degree, we have two different paths for you: Our Design, Film & Marketing master’s and our master’s in Applied Computer Science.
You want to work?
More than 75% of our former students told us that they found a job within a month after graduating. They work in a variety of fields, including
- software development
- the gaming industry
- research institutes, and
Their job titles are as different as the fields they work in. You can work in a lot of different jobs with your bachelor’s degree in Media Informatics:
- Software Engineer
- developer for mobile solutions
- web developer
- marketing team lead
How do I apply?
If what you have rad so far matches your strengths, interests and your idea of what you would like to study and do - in short, if this sounds like the perfect degree programme for you, you should apply.
Depending on whether you have acquired your university entrance qualification in Germany or abroad, the application process varies. If you went to school outside Germany, please apply via uni-assist. If your university entrance qualification was issued by a German school, please apply via our Online Service Tool.