University of Applied Sciences
How are books printed? How is information archived and documented? What does “communication” mean? How are virtual worlds created? What happens behind the scenes in TV studios? What is important in the design of packaging and how to take strategic decisions out of TB of data? The 4.900 students at Hochschule der Medien (HdM), a public university, are concerned with these and many other questions around media.
With 19 Bachelor’s degree programmes as well as 8 full-time and 3 part-time Master’s degree programmes, and a doctoral programme, HdM covers a broad spectrum of media expertise: from printed media to electronic media, from mass media and media theory to media production, from media design to making media available. At Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart, students learn in modern lecture theatres as well as in workshops and studios, at printing machines or behind the camera. Exciting practical projects in the University’s laboratories or in cooperation with partner companies complement theoretical knowledge and scientific working methods.
Student reports: Pace-Student