|Hochschule der Medien
|Bachelor of Engineering
In Germany, Print Media Technologies is the first and only international undergraduate program in engineering dedicated to media, which is exclusively taught in English and designed for students from across the world. It is a unique degree combining creativity, science, technology, intercultural studies, corporate management, and languages. The faculty runs a unique state-of-the-art learning center equipped with advanced media technology, i.e., the latest printing machines used in the industry. It is the largest and best-equipped center in Europe and features a great number of laboratories and studios, including digital and commercial printing presses, creative printing set-ups, 3D printing, a packaging print factory, and the latest post-press equipment used for binding and finishing. Students will also enjoy the many advantages of a new pre-media facility involving the latest IT technologies and specific workflows available to the media industry. Graduates enjoy high-quality jobs. The placement rate is 100%. The program is to develop educated leaders and practitioners on media issues, including senior technical, management, and marketing positions across the world. Graduates work in internationally expanding businesses. The program is firmly designed to promote proficiency in media engineering. In addition, students will develop critical-thinking and public-speaking skills.
- You can find the complete degree structure here: https://www.hdm-stuttgart.de/pmt/about/program/contentsandstructure.
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Academic admission requirements: https://www.hdm-stuttgart.de/pmt/application/application/application
Applicants are required to have a level of B2 or higher in English. No previous German language skills are required.
The Hochschule der Medien, also known as Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart, (in English: Media University or Stuttgart Media University), is a state university of media studies in Stuttgart, Germany. It was formed in 2001 by the union of the former Hochschule für Druck und Medien (founded in 1903, based on an earlier technical school for printing founded in 1853 as the Fachschule für Buchdruckgewerbe Stuttgart) with the Hochschule für Bibliotheks-und Informationswesen (founded in 1942 as Büchereifachschule Stuttgart)
The University offers Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in three faculties:
Faculty of Printing and Media
Faculty of Electronic Media
Faculty of Information and Communication
It also offers a doctor’s degree in collaboration with partner universities.
It has an Institute for Applied Research and operates the university publisher, Verlag Stuttgart