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This interdisciplinary programme gives you the tools to master the whole spectrum of visual communication as an all-rounder with specific subject knowledge. The duration of the study programme is 7 semesters, including one semester abroad and one in a company of your choice. As a student you will participate in several design competitions and work on projects for companies. [+]
Does good design function the same in every country? What should be considered when designing international advertising campaigns? Do aesthetic qualities change at the borders? In the English-language Bachelor programme in Media and Communication Design, students learn to deal with these issues.
Designers are increasingly challenged to think and work with an international mindset. Against the backdrop of global design challenges, you will learn the entire spectrum of visual communication and test yourself in the areas of image editing, typography, layout, or screen and interface design. Your own personal interests can shape your project work accordingly. Through the English-language teaching and the international orientation of the curriculum, you will meet the qualifications for a professional position in the international field of design. You will be needed everywhere where an international design perspective is required - both in Germany and abroad.... [-]