Media Design 3
Department of Media & Design

Media Design

Major of Communication, Media, Sound and Interaction Design

 
  • Academic Degree:

    Master of Arts in Arts and Design (MA)

  • Mode of Study:

    Work-friendly / 4 Semester / 120 ECTS

  • Language of Instruction:

    German / English

  • Head of Degree Programme:

    Univ.-Prof. Dr. Karl Stocker (interimistisch)

  • Campus:

    Graz

  • Application Deadline:
    28 May 2018 more deadlines

Media designers are defined by their creative expertise, design skills and focus on the relevant target group. Over the last few years, new forms of video production have emerged which are strongly shaped by the opportunities offered by computer-aided production techniques. Films tell their stories in digitally generated artificial worlds. On the course, you will learn about time-based media, focus on new narrative forms and combine conceptual and design content.

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?