Media Design 26
Department of Media & Design

Media Design

Study track of the Master degree programme in Communication, Media, Sound and Interaction Design


Time-based media are becoming increasingly important, and so is the work of media designers. Whether it’s live action film, 2D or 3D animation, motion graphics, AR or VR: With storytelling as the core of their work and with the necessary technical skills, they create digital narratives, immersive experiences and future-oriented design.

What you will learn:

Media Design Projects


Video & Film

Motion Graphics

2D & 3D Animation

Game Design

360° Video & VR

3D Visualisation & Character Design

Did you know, …

… that there are work opportunities for media designers wherever creative concept skills, design solutions expertise and the ability to implement media concepts in practical settings are required?

Did you know, …

… that virtually all project results are published?

This gives our students plenty of opportunity to establish contacts for their professional careers.

Did you know, …

… that projects are often implemented in interdisciplinary settings in collaboration with the Communication Design, Interaction Design and Sound Design programmes?

Did you know, …

… that students carry out practical projects in real world conditions to hone their design and technical skills?

Did you know, …

… that students can combine their studies with a job if they are sufficiently well organised?

One day a week is lesson-free. The average attendance required during the first three semesters is 19 hours per week. During the fourth semester, students complete a master’s thesis. The average attendance during this time is three hours per week.

Did you know, …

… that the Media Design course enables all students to adopt an intensive scientific and experimental approach to design issues they select themselves?